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Jon_J
post Dec 27 2007, 12:25 AM
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I'm not much of a linux guru but I have been messing/playing around with computers since 1982 and have only considered it a hobby.
I love the ZAURUS :0) and am an avid fan of this marvelous machine.
I have not compiled any programs, but just wanted to share my "Favorite" MOD files with everyone! smile.gif
There are 16 songs in this collection, but they are my favorites that I have collected over the years since 1991.
I'm currently enjoying my Christmas vacation and just wanted to share my favorite MODs with everyone.
These are MOD files, but you will need a MOD player that plays *.s3m files to play these.
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Attached File  s3m_keep.zip ( 2.73MB ) Number of downloads: 5
 
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danboid
post Dec 27 2007, 02:44 AM
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Thanks Jon, thats very thoughtful of you, I'll give 'em a quick once over later.

You say you're no Linux-guru but I appreciate the fact that you always made a real effort to help others having problems with their Z on these forums. Meanie used to work so hard in this respect- I used to be regularly bowled over by Mr Lucs depth of computing knowledge and his perseverance in fixing peoples probs. It wasn't long ago when me and you used to (pretty much) race each other to download, test and give feedback on the latest version of pdaXii13 and we were pretty much guaranteed that if Meanie didn't tell us the fix within 24h (which was very rare) then somebody else would.

Well, it certainly seems those exciting Zaurus days are gone now, there's just a handful of die-hards who read these boards every day now it seems, the others checking back randomly like me. What ever happened to Meanie? Anybody still in touch with the guy? I hope he's doing well. I'd like to wish him a very happy Christmas / 2008 and if he is reading then I also want to say that, out of the hundreds of Linux distros I've tried, pdaXii13 is the most impressive - its unique! It's been funny taking part in the Pandora forums as 99% of the forum members have never owned a pdaXii13 running Z and so they don't realise how good pocket Linux can be on such modest (by modern PC/laptop standards) hardware.

So does nobody have any ideas for fixing my wifi under pdaXii13??

( http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=25278 )

We have some genuine Linux gurus on these forums - have I upset them all with my outspoken ways or am I just getting paranoid? My apologies if I've said anything to offend anyone here, I know I get carried away too easily as there is no working safety valve on my mouth or keyboard- I'm hoping to get this fixed soon too! wink.gif

All the best OESF!
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speculatrix
post Dec 27 2007, 03:18 PM
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QUOTE(danboid @ Dec 27 2007, 10:44 AM) *
Well, it certainly seems those exciting Zaurus days are gone now, there's just a handful of die-hards who read these boards every day now it seems, the others


I think things will pick up in the new year - angstrom is close to a release, android has already made an appearance, so the zaurus is not dead. I think a lot of people are taking stock of what's next - there was so much going on and maybe even too much choice - sharp/cacko/pdaX/OZ/Angstrom/Debian/Poky/PocketWS etc! It'd be nice if pdaX whittled down to two variant and Angstrom settled down to proper release!

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