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29 Aug 2006
Hi All,
I just saw in Interenet the CF-card, which is certified for Zaurus ( http://www.optimus.co.th/planex/product/pr...p?p_id=GW-CF11H )and have a question:
did somebody tried such a card or has any info about it? And, if yes, how is possible to find what kind of chip is in the card? Prism 2.5 may be?
It is wrote, that the card works immediately with Cacko 1.23, but I think also about the accu use.
Thanks in advance!
3 Aug 2006
Hi All,

I am a new happy owner of the C1000. The OS is Cacko 1.23.
So, to use as a storage I bought a new SD card Transcend - 1GB. It works. What is the next step? Sure, I tried create a swap on the card. First try was with the memory plugins. There was no reaction for a long time. Just the battery went down slowly. Then everything has aborted. I checked the mount options - SD card is mounted read-only! unsure.gif Second, third try - all the same. My battery was already empty. Recharged and again - the same. Then I decided make everything manually and started "dd". The same. The card in SysInfo is recignised as "Hitachi". Of course I have rebooted or remounted the card every time.
Could anybody advise me something to create a swap on the SD?

Thanks in advance!
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