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9 Dec 2006
Some notes on post-install of the Hentges 1.0.x GPE image on a C-1000 (Akita):

Fluxbox my butt: I had to remove the fluxbox-gpe package, which changed it back to matchbox-wm and made the operation rather sane and more Opie-ish. Better.

XMMS and ESD: ESD is always running, and it takes up the audio device to boot. This causes XMMS to wait until the audio device is freed up (which won't happen). Unfortunately, XMMS isn't compiled with the ESD plugin, and I doubt ESD is compiled for ALSA.

I'm double checking some font issues, see if they're all there or not. Hopefully I can bend this ROM to my will.
29 Oct 2006
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root@collie:~# mplayer
mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libmad.so.0: cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires: Error 14
root@collie:~#


That's on a SL5500 (Collie), using both the latest OZ 3.5.4 and the Hentges ROM 3.5.4.1. Something wrong here?

Makes me wonder if XMMS is having the same problems... nope, doesn't have that problem.
22 Aug 2006
Zaurus SL-5500, OE latest stable. Every time I try to run Mplayer:

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root@collie:~# mplayer
mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libmad.so.0: cannot enable executable stack as shared object requires: Error 14
root@collie:~#


Any ideas? I've already removed this and all the dependencies, and then reinstalled it.
5 Sep 2005
I have a 5500SL (collie) that was a bitch to upgrade (Opie kept wanting to update -- I deleted enough space to make it go through). One flash later, everything seems normal... until I try to transfer files over USB.

Nope, no go. Tried the old "Remove every module related to it" trick, and had to reboot my zaurus because it stuck on the Return key.

Out on a whim, I pulled up the terminal and typed in "dmesg":
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usbdm: usbd_monitor 0.3 035 2002-06-12 20:00
monitor_request_irq: 23 44
monitor_request_irq: failed: -16
usbdm: request irq failed.


unload and reload usbdmonitor, and the IRQ is gotten... but now my touchscreen doesn't work, and USBnet still doesn't work. dry.gif

A reboot doesn't help with the USB issue. At least I can get wifi out to update things if need be...
9 May 2005
Is there any reason why OZ (latest release) has qpe-font-* recommending some USB kernel drivers? The package manager's complaining about it.
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