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ckblackm
post Feb 10 2009, 09:14 AM
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Is there a recent browser available for pdaXrom? When trying to use the firefox in my beta3 install,
I get errors about the age of the browser when accessing my favorite sites (yahoo, facebook, etc)

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ckblackm
post Feb 11 2009, 02:09 PM
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That web page talks about preparing a sd card, then flashing a multi-boot kernel, then using the multi-boot kernel to boot to the sd card.

I would be only interested in simply replacing pdaXrom with zubuntu... not messing around with multi-boot kernels and booting from sd cards.

That's what I need instructions for :-)

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post Feb 11 2009, 07:53 PM
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QUOTE(ckblackm @ Feb 11 2009, 02:09 PM) *
That web page talks about preparing a sd card, then flashing a multi-boot kernel, then using the multi-boot kernel to boot to the sd card.

I would be only interested in simply replacing pdaXrom with zubuntu... not messing around with multi-boot kernels and booting from sd cards.

That's what I need instructions for :-)

thanks,
Christopher.


I recently switched over from pdaxrom to zubuntu using the omegamoon instructions. I am running a multiboot environment but just have zubuntu installed. It works well for me, after some tweeking. The preparation of the sd card went by easily. Then after flashing the kexec kernel, zubuntu booted right up. It really is pretty easy, coming from a non-developer type.
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