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BerndS
post Feb 19 2009, 07:33 AM
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Hi,

after getting Zubuntu to work on my SL-C760 with a lot of help from this forum I've created a detailed description about the steps that are necessary to install Zubuntu on the SL-C760:

http://home.arcor.de/bnsmb/public/htdocs/z...he_SL_C760.html

The description is in German language but hopefully it's useful for non-german speakers only ... If not , let me know and I'll create an english translation.

Thanks again for the gread help from this forum to get this working

regards

Bernd
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wrc4
post Feb 19 2009, 10:46 PM
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Thanks for sharing. I will try this tonight on my sl-c760 variation: SL-7500C. BTW, google web page translation helped because I don't read Germany.
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post Feb 20 2009, 01:47 PM
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QUOTE(wrc4 @ Feb 20 2009, 07:46 AM) *
Thanks for sharing. I will try this tonight on my sl-c760 variation: SL-7500C. BTW, google web page translation helped because I don't read Germany.


Let me know how it's going so that I can update the webpage if neccessary

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post Feb 22 2009, 10:49 PM
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QUOTE(BerndS @ Feb 20 2009, 01:47 PM) *
Let me know how it's going so that I can update the webpage if neccessary

regards

Bernd


It went pretty well. I just took my previous installation and applied your changes. Touch screen worked pretty well. I was also able to use USB network to connect to the internet via my Windows XP box.

However, rtc is NOT working for me. Everytime I reboot it went back to 1970. The other issue is that when I leave the device in sleep mode for a while and turn it back on, sometimes X will freeze or go blank. The only way to get out of it seems to be pulling out the battery. I was able to get sound with your alsamixer settings but for only for one channel.

I will try more things later.
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post Feb 23 2009, 09:07 AM
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Hi,

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It went pretty well. I just took my previous installation and applied your changes. Touch screen worked pretty well. I was also able to use USB network to connect to the internet via my Windows XP box.

However, rtc is NOT working for me. Everytime I reboot it went back to 1970.


Did you issue the date -u command and the hwclock command?

Looks like the -u is mandatory to make the time persistent

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The other issue is that when I leave the device in sleep mode for a while and turn it back on, sometimes X will freeze or go blank. The only way to get out of it seems to be pulling out the battery. I was able to get sound with your alsamixer settings but for only for one channel.


Hmm, I did not try the supsend / resume with Zubunutu in depth.

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Bernd

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