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3 Sep 2008
I recently switched from a regular debian install to Andromeda. I followed the instructions from here http://yonggun.tistory.com/77. For some reason I boot into the 2.6.23 kernel rather than 2.6.24-yonggun. Because of this none of the modules I extracted work. Where did I go wrong?
22 Dec 2007
I've been digging through the feeds for a bit looking for something to read bedic dictionary files, specifically that 2005 dump of the English wikipedia. Is anything available? If not, what would be the most likely candidate for working the best?
10 Dec 2007
I've scoured the forums and now have right click via the calendar button working via xmonobut. Problem is, the mouse jitters so much that it detects my attempted right click as a right click and drag. I end up poking the spot five or six times until it clicks correctly. I have verified that the mouse is in fact jittering around in xournal. It works fine for a fraction of a second then flys half way across the screen then back to where it should be leaving a huge spike. Any suggestions?
I'm running Angstrom 2.6.23
6 Dec 2007
I'm making progress, X starts with startx and icewm-session starts well. Wireless is going great. The only real problem that I can find is that I can't calibrate my touch screen.
Here's the error:
xres = 480, yres = 640
ts_read: Invalid argument
I'm running the angstrom 2.6.23 kernel with the default rootfs.
Thanks for your help
4 Dec 2007
I've got Debian to boot (finally) but can't proceed with configuration because I seem to be missing the ability to type any of the function characters and the "/" character. I tried running the afterinstall script but it failed horribly. I was going to manually install the deb's but most of them have underscores making it impossible . Any suggestions?
5 Dec 2007 - 1:56
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