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14 Aug 2006
Hi,

I'm exploring OZ/Opie on my SL-C3000. At first sight I like it very much, it seems to be way faster than the Sharp rom.

I'm wondering if there's any scientific calculator available in OZ/Opie? I was using slcalc on the Sharprom and thought it very usefull.

Thanks!
30 Jun 2006
Hi all,

It seems that I as well have run into trouble...
My beloved C3000 will not boot anymore, and is giving me the initialize hdd error message. I followed the "Howto restore from scratch page" which I luckily found back in the dark archives of the www (thanks to someone else here).
However, I think when it comes to copying the files to the hdd1 partition I'm missing the point.
I found the SLC3000SYSPART.zip from Trisoft, but the instructions are not clear enough for me I'm afraid. Following the Howto, I would need to have a hdd1.tar.gz, so I happily gzipped the hdd1.tar from Trisoft, but this does not seem to work.
As I'm quite new in Linux, could someone point me in the right direction, and give some better instructions?
I would be very greatful!

I hope you guys don't shoot me for eventually posting at the wrong forum/or for starting a thread where I should have followed up an old one.....

Thanks again,

Annemarie
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