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24 Apr 2007
My c860 which may have been dropped one time too many has alternating horizontal blue and black bars when I reboot and login. Then the colors look washed out although text is still readable. Photos have bars too.

Anyone have a dx or tx for these symptoms. Thanks
16 Oct 2006
Anyone have any speculation on if and when Sharp will introduce another Zaurus. Am I wrong in thinking that a model with X86 chip (and usual wishlist, larger screen, thiner form factor, bluetooth, wireless G,,,) that could run linux or windows xp would crush most blackberrys and UMPCs.

Maybe they should change the name of the company to "not so sharp".

As is I'm stuck waiting for a UMPC that people will confuse with sushi, Averatec Ahi.
8 Jan 2006
I'm trying to run kdepim on a c700. Most applications on ext2 sd card. But I'm only using xfce so there are probably default windows manager files that could be deleted. I learned the hard way not to delete matchbook files. NAND backup saved me.

What can I safely delete. Its almost running smoothly if I can delete another 2k. Thx
26 Nov 2005
Sdptools is able to read the mac address from my motorola phone and confirm that DUN is enabled. Cardctl identifies the card correctly consistent with the usart config file. But the two bluetooth GUIs seem to ignore the card. PPP dialer won't recognize rfcomm 0 device, and and PPP modem won't find DUN. I have tried manually entering the phone MAC address and DUN channel into the relevant file but the modem, if you save the settings, overwrites the file, so that when you reboot right after bluetooth starts you get a complaint about parse line 3 error.

Very frustrating because it is close to working. I'm using RC11 on an c860. Any help gratefully appreciated.

I'm really worried because someone earlier this month was unable to find a solution to this problem. http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16016&st=0

I'm also trying to connect directly using pppd so I would welcome any suggestions on how to bypass the GUIs using the terminal. In theory, I have the relevant info, like phone bluetooth address but in practice I have not even figured out how to copy text from the terminal.

I'll be checking the board every few hours over the weekend when I'm not on kid watch.

Thanks so much.
26 Nov 2005
Sdptools is able to read the mac address from my motorola phone and confirm that DUN is enabled. Cardctl identifies the card correctly consistent with the usart config file. But the two bluetooth GUIs seem to ignore the card. PPP dialer won't recognize rfcomm 0 device, and and PPP modem won't find DUN. I have tried manually entering the phone MAC address and DUN channel into the relevant file but the modem, if you save the settings, overwrites the file, so that when you reboot right after bluetooth starts you get a complaint about parse line 3 error.

Very frustrating because it is close to working. I'm using RC11 on an c860. Any help gratefully appreciated.

I'm really worried because someone earlier this month was unable to find a solution to this problem. http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16016&st=0

I'll be checking the board every few hours over the weekend when I'm not on kid watch.

Thanks so much.
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