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17 Feb 2007
i've just installed cacko 1.23 on my c700 and love the out-of-the-box functionality, *but* when the z suspends, it won't wake up. i have to pull the battery and reboot.
from the cacko faq i read that you can plug in the power cord, then press on/off, but that only works sometimes and doesn't work at all when on the train.
anybody have a fix or suggestion?
16 Feb 2007
What is the "best" rom for a c700?
I know this is subjective, but I'd like to hear what other experienced users have to say.
Here's my 2 cents after three weeks using the c700:
1. Oz/Opie or Cacko: both fairly fast and stable on the 700.
2. pdaxrom beta 1: I love Kathryn, but she's slow on the 700.
Is the 760 that much snappier than the 700?
thanks for any input.
13 Feb 2007
Just installed OZ/Opie and love it.
I'm using a c700. I am not connected to the internet so am installing packages via the sd card.
While trying to install mplayer (and all of its dependancies) i get a "no space left" error.
What can I throw away and where exactly is it located? I've used the file manager and the command line to find files, but am not sure what is ok to trash.
I'd like to dump the games (paratrooper and mindbreaker), or any other unecessary large files, but can't find them... (yes, i'm a noob.)
any help greatly appreciated.
ps. i love the speed and responsiveness of oz/opie on the 700. i've tried the other distros, but oz/opie is the fastest for me so far. great work.
19 Jan 2007
got a c700 recently and love the functionality, but it's dog slow.
it seems to be slower in cacko than the original sharp rom.
anyone have any speedup tips for the 700?
which rom, original, cacko, other, seems to be the most responsive?
1 Jan 2007
i've installed Cacko on my 700. now i'm going through the steps outlined here in Rokugo's excellent Japanese input howto:
i've got Japanese working, but i need to flash the japanese kernel to regain the Japanese/English input switch button.
how do i flash the japanese kernel?
2)The カナひら and 全/半 keys are currently mapped as Ctrl and Alt keys respectively.
So you need to flash the latest Japanese kernel patch to release these two keys (not required for C1000 and later models).
when i downloaded the Japanese kernel there were three files: updater.sh, tools.tar, and unifont_1.0-1_arm.ipk. i tried "su", then "./updater.sh" in the terminal, but no love.
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