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9 Apr 2008
Near mint condition Zaurus SL-C3100. Currently running Cacko Linux. The reason I am selling is I just don't have the time to us it, and its a shame to have it just sitting around.

Included is:

4gb Transcend SD card
1gb ScanDisk SF card
1gb pq1 SD card
802.11b Pretect SD Wifi card
Linksys USB ethernet adapter
P to Go USB power charger
Pelican mini hardcase
Assorted collection of colored stylus
EA-70 AC adapter

Girl not included

Price is $400 OBO with split shipping from San Francisco, CA.

If interested email: sargon97 at g m a i l dot com.

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7 Jan 2007
I just got a 8GB Transcend SD HC card from Fry's. About $130 if I recall. Even with driver updates I can't get it to work.

Has anyone else tried?

I think I will take it back and try for a 4GB PQI or similar.

Does anyone have rec of a 4GB that works really well with the Zaurus?

3 Jul 2006
Hi All,

I picked up my 3100 after not using it for some time. Running pdaXrom, but I got thinking what other people use for security testing and network scanning?

Was also thinking about Debian or OZ or Cracko. Any thoughts or anyone can point me to posts that review the different ROMs and give advantages/disadvantages or each?

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