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9 Apr 2006
Hi,

I am switching from sharp rom to pdaxrom (1.1.0beta2) and have have a question regarding CJK input (esp. C)

I installed scim and it works in dlumes (address book) but it does not work in kopi (the stand alone one as I dont need the other stuff in kdepim).

I read about the uim and installed that from 2or0 feed but still no go.

Can scim be used in kopi or do I need uim ?

Thanks.

-cs
5 Feb 2004
according to thr help text, pressing the center button or space will toggle between them
but on the C760:

1. which is the center button
2. pressing space scrolls the web page down

any help ?

-cs
21 Jan 2004
hi,

are the non t10 qpf fonts ever used ?
can they be safely deleted ?

-cs
16 Jan 2004
Hi,

Using the Socket wifi cf card, I connects to 2 networks. One to a dlink di-614+ access point (infrastructure mode) and one to a dlink dwl-ag520 nic (adhoc mode).

Other than the mode of connection, other settings are practically identical: WEP, etc.

My observation is that adhoc mode is much slower (gut feels about 10 times) than the infrastructure mode. Is this inherently so, or perhaps mis-configuration.

Also in adhoc mode, I keep getting the "The signal is low." message every few seconds.

Any advice is most welcome.

-cs
4 Jan 2004
Hi,

I have built a custom kernel and would like to ask how to install the built modules into the rom image.

Do I simply rm all the files in /lib/modules.rom/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/ (with the exception of sharp_mmcsd_m.o), and copy all the built modules in there and create the appropriate symlinks in /home/root/modules/ ?

Here is the list of "current" modules:

CODE
./kernel/arch/arm/mach-pxa/registers.o

./kernel/drivers/block/sharp_mmcsd_m.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/bi/pxa_bi.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/net_fd/net_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/storage_fd/storage_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdcore.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdmonitor.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdserial.o

./net/p80211.o

./pcmcia/memory_cs.o

./pcmcia/prism2_cs.o

./pcmcia/sharpzdc_cs.o

./rsaipsecc/rsaipsec.o


And here is the list of "built" modules:

CODE
./kernel/arch/arm/mach-pxa/registers.o

./kernel/arch/arm/nwfpe/nwfpe.o

./kernel/drivers/net/bsd_comp.o

./kernel/drivers/net/ppp_async.o

./kernel/drivers/net/ppp_generic.o

./kernel/drivers/net/slhc.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/bi/pxa_bi.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/net_fd/net_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/storage_fd/storage_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdcore.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdmonitor.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdserial.o


Does the final modules directory look like this ? (same as above list + sharp_mmcsd_m.o)

CODE
./kernel/arch/arm/mach-pxa/registers.o

./kernel/drivers/block/sharp_mmcsd_m.o

./kernel/arch/arm/nwfpe/nwfpe.o

./kernel/drivers/net/bsd_comp.o

./kernel/drivers/net/ppp_async.o

./kernel/drivers/net/ppp_generic.o

./kernel/drivers/net/slhc.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/bi/pxa_bi.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/net_fd/net_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/storage_fd/storage_fd.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdcore.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdmonitor.o

./kernel/drivers/usb/device/usbdserial.o


These are the "eradicated" modules, hopefully because of me compiling them into the kernel:

CODE
./net/p80211.o

./pcmcia/memory_cs.o

./pcmcia/prism2_cs.o

./pcmcia/sharpzdc_cs.o

./rsaipsecc/rsaipsec.o


Anyone knows which .config switches controls them so that I can be sure that they are missing because I have compiled them into the kernel ?

Thanx.

-cs
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