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5 Mar 2007
I'd like to get the physical keyboard of my SL-C760 to type Spanish characters under GPE, but don't know what I have to install to get that. I don't care about translating the desktop or applications (no problem with English for me) but would love to be able to write Spanish characters.

Thanks in advance
5 Mar 2007
I've just installed OZ with GPE on my SL-C760 and I'm quite happy with it, but can't get usb networking to work at all. Although I've selected "Ethernet networking" in "USB settings", the Windows machine keeps detecting the Z as a USB mass storage device, and creates two read-only drives, one for the CF card and another one for the SD card.

I suspect is has something to do with the fact that when I was using Cacko before, I installed the drivers on the CD, so there may be some kind of conflict there.

Has anybody experienced such a bahaviour?

Thanks in advance.
25 Jan 2007
I recently found this thread: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=22621, which deals about getting a high capacity SD card (> 1Gb) with C760/C860 and Cacko, and I'm very interested in that possibility.

As far as I can see, it deals with installing a driver for a SDIO wifi card made by c-guys, and people report it seems to be working, but I need to be sure, since I don't want to end up with an unusable card. I could still try to use it with my digital camera, but, since I bought that before SD cards with more than 1Gb capacity appeared on the market, I can't be sure that would work, either.

Besides that, another thing comes to my mind: the driver is meant for C760/C860, as stated on c-guys site, and, as far as I know, C760 and C860 don't support SDIO. Am I missing something?

Well, the fact is, does anybody know if the driver would work with a C760 using Cacko 1.23?

Thanks in advance.
25 Jan 2007
I'm using my c760 with cacko 1.23 and find the versions of netfront and opera that come with it to be not completely fulfilling. I downloaded a version of Konkeror, but whenever I try to use it QTopia crashes, so Konkeror ir unusable. Is there any new version of any of this browsers which works on cacko 1.23. If so, where can I download them from?

Thnks in advance.
25 Jan 2007
Ive just got a second hand wifi card for my c760 and has worked just out of the box. In fact, I'm now writing this from the Z. It's a Sony Air Shot card. It was part of a Sony wifi projector. The projector broke and its owner has sold the wifi card to me. The card model appears on the sticker on the card as "IFU-WLC1". It's a 11mbps card and worked without trouble. I've been using it for almost an hour and the battery level has just dropped by 15%, so I guess it's not a very power consuming card. Since I got it for under $30, I guess it's not a bad deal.

BTW, the Z detects the card as "OrigoV2/Senao WLAN CF Card"

See you.

EDIT: I've just found the card is a rebranded model. The exact model is an Ovislink Airlive WL1100CF. It uses a prism 3.0 chipset
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