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whoopsie
post Jan 2 2007, 01:39 AM
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hi,

i have a c760 and i love this cute piece of technology.

just i tried downloading the sd-link drivers for support sd cards greater than 1 gb (i want to use a 2 gb sd). a few month ago i got the sd-link11b from c-guys to keep it running under cacko 1.23 but now it seems c-guys.jp or c-guys.net is down.

does anyone of you got this sd-link driver on his machine? it would be grateful to get a alternative download location or link for this driver. in addition it is also possible to send me an email to whoopsie@uni.de.

thanks in advance,

manfred

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Rodre
post Jan 4 2007, 04:30 PM
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Can you please ellaborate on this? I too wish to use a 4GB SD card with my c760. Thanks.

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Jon_J
post Jan 4 2007, 04:41 PM
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googling for sd-link11b found this page.
http://www.c-guys.jp/Sdlink11b_index_jp.htm

downloads are here for Zaurus, scroll down a bit.
http://www.c-guys.jp/download.html

If the second url doesn't work, go to first link and using the left menu, click the 4th link.
That should take you to the downloads page.

I zipped up both of them into one zip file, try these at your own risk!!!
there are 2 files in here.

One is Japan - (sd-link11b_jp_jpn_arm.ipk)
One is USA - (sd-link11b_us_jpn_arm.ipk)

whoopsie, let me know if one of these files works.
(I'll hang on to them for later use if they work)

EDIT:
I looked "inside" the *.ipk
There is a whole directory structure and many files in there.
There are also several control files in the control.tar.gz, within this ipk.
Look at the pic. Again, Use at your own risk!!!

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brashley46
post Jan 4 2007, 11:53 PM
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I'm going to have to check this against the version of the driver I downloaded a few months ago which had the effect of deleting my SD slot. (Luckily, uninstalling it restored the slot.) If it's different I'll try it out on the 860.
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