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post Jan 11 2011, 07:26 PM
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After an absence of more than one year, I hereby return to active OESF membership.

The gift of an only slightly used SL-C1000 and postponement of a smart phone purchase have renewed my interest in fiddling with my Z, and I am delighted to find OESF still alive.

As my first feat of renewed Z-wizardry, I finally got Developer Image version 1.6 running on my new Z, a trick which eluded me for years of previous trying.

I may try brushing-up the ELSI entries for some of my favorite packages. Too many are fading into the deep aether. Must keep the embers glowing as long as a few Zs survive unbricked.

Be seeing you.
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post Oct 9 2011, 09:33 AM
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Also, sharp/cacko roms are just ipk, pdaxrom say armv5tel.ipk at the end.

I do have a lot of other tricks on that installation guide I posted above, suggestions for making sure you have the right ones.

Also there is a command that checks to see if you have all the right dependencies, the right libraries, http://elsix.org purports to feed you links to the OS you say you have, I am not sure how good that facility is.

But you can also run the ldd command to see if you have all the dependencies:


If there are missing libraries, it will tell you, and then you check the feeds or even better just stick the library name into google and see what sites come up.

Any file I link to from my site says in the writeup if it works on the early Sharo ROMs I run, but I don't have pages about all that many apps, just ones I was inspired to write about.

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