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> Dual Boot Cacko + Ii13 On C3000, is it possible?
danboid
post Aug 16 2007, 01:37 AM
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I see people have got dual boot to work on the c3100/3200 but is it possible (or might it be possible) for c3000 owners to dual-boot cacko and pdaXii13?

Anyone got this working? Is there a guide?
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ZDevil
post Aug 25 2007, 06:31 PM
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Surprised that no one seems interested. I guess this is possible if pdaXii can run off SD (hey, but how?). It would be interesting to see my 3200 triboot cacko (nand), pdaxii (sd) and openbsd (internal cf). smile.gif
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post Sep 1 2007, 01:46 AM
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QUOTE(ZDevil @ Aug 25 2007, 10:31 PM)
Surprised that no one seems interested. I guess this is possible if pdaXii can run off SD (hey, but how?). It would be interesting to see my 3200  triboot cacko (nand), pdaxii (sd) and openbsd (internal cf). smile.gif
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I've been looking for the same thing. I have a 3000 with Cacko installed and like the functionality of this rom. One thing that's important for me is that I'm easily able to sync my desktop outlook calandar with the one on the Z using Intellisync. I've installed openbsd in a dual boot environment a like the additional functionality I was able to achieve. I would like to do the same with pdaxii13 but have yet seen anyone provide a path to dual this with a base cacko install. I keep checking though...
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