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18 Dec 2007
Hello, bear with me please, I'm a total newbie to this whole Linux thing.

I have a CL-3200. It came with an ambicom WL1100C card. When I insert the card, the light blinks once, but it doesn't detect any networks.

I did some searching, and found this thread:

From what I can see, I need to edit "/etc/pcmcia/hermes.conf" to get it to work.

Where is it though? I've been browsing the hard drive but can't find this file.
27 Aug 2007
Long story short, I've had my 604wifi charging for 3 hours via USB, and the battery icon is still stuck at 3 bars.

This is ridiculous and I don't want the $100 dollar DVR dock. Also, I read that that the $30 Docking Adapter Kit is just about as slow as USB charging.

What is my cheapest option for fast charging, be it wall powered or USB powered?
11 Aug 2006
I am considering getting the C-3200, but I was wondering if it would be worth it to install pdaxrom on it. I have read the threads which say that it is not running completely stable right now. I am also considering OZ, which seems to be farther ahead in C-3200 support. So, basically, I am asking these two questions.

a) Is pdaxrom stable enough with the C-3200 to be useful, or would OZ make more sense at this time.
cool.gif How long do you think it would be when there is a stable release for the C-3200?

Thank you.
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