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25 Oct 2004
My wife bricked my c760 (spilled a full glass of coke on it, I cried)
Using pdaxrom for so long, I'm having a hard time appreciating qtopia. Sure the switch to a pocketpc pda isn't going to help my withdrawls, but having something new to play with is good enough for me while I wait a few months to replace my c760.
Looking for a pocketpc with similar hardware specs as the 5600.
Built in keypad is not important. I've gotten where I perfer the handwritting recongizer anyway.
So if you know anybody with a pocketpc that loves your zaurus, please let them know about me...
I'll preinstall any rom and any apps that are available.
128mb SD card (formatted to ext2)
WCF12 WiFi card. (802.11b)
Sharp camera card.
I've had a brando screen protector on the screen since about a week after I bought it 9 months ago. I honestly can not remember if there are any scratches on it or not. If I get any serious offers I will pull the screen protector off and check if requested.
I can't think of anything else I can tell you about this. Never been over clocked, lightly used. It is really in great shape.
27 Sep 2004
Has anybody been able to install xqt on oz 3.5.1 (opie)?
I read a recent post saying that lardman posted some steps a while back, but I am unable to find it.
I've installed the packages and moved the files in /home/zaurus to /root. I've also made sure that /opt/QtPalmtop/bin was in my PATH. I've link Xqt to X.
Not really sure what is going wrong...
22 Jun 2004
Newest version of firefox has been uploaded to the unstable feed.
Uninstall your old firefox before installing the new version. Don't worry about your bookmarks and stuff, they will get imported the first time you run the new version.
I used the gtk toolkit instead of gtk2, so there is no xft suppport in this package. Using the lighter gtk makes a difference while you are using the browser (easier scrolling, sub menus are faster), but it still takes just as long to fire the fox up.
Check out the new extension and theme managers. They allow you add pluggins and change themes easily. I've installed and used the google toolbar without any problems.
New in 0.9 (from the mozilla site):
# - Extension Manager
# - Theme Manager
# - Data Migration/Import
# - New Visual Theme
# - Better Bookmarks
# - Better Search
screenshot: firefox using the compact menu extension
13 Jun 2004
For the diehard VI users:
I'm wondering how such a complex editor got so popular. Why do you use VI? People like to say that other editors like nano and pico tend to mess things up, but I find it much easier to mess something up using VI than using pico.
To me, trying to learn how to use VI is like playing a game that my 5 year old son made up. ZZ to save and exit? come on
This should probably be in one of those flamewars posts
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