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6 Jul 2009
I'm selling my SL-C3200 on eBay. Anyone interested can check it out here: CLICK

Any questions, please send me an ebay msg, as I'm not likely to check back here.

1 Apr 2008
Well, I'm not one to obsess with the idea of new Zaurus "replacements". I purchased my Zaurus only a few weeks ago, fully aware that it was a discontinued product. I love my Z and it's in a league all of its own... . .

BUT, I'm definitely intrigued by this new thing that has just appeared on the JKKMobile Blogg. I have no idea who is manufacturing it or when it's due to arrive, but it looks very promising at first sight (well, from what you can see of it in the video).

Nice looking clamshell design. Now all I need to know is if the keyboard is any good and whether it will run Linux! wink.gif

If anyone comes across any further details on this, please post as I have not managed to find out anything else. Here is the original JKKMobile News post which includes a short YouTube video video of the device's presentation.
24 Feb 2008
Hi, I'm trying to prevent SD/CF from automatically mounting when I plug them in. I have had a look in fstab but from my limited knowledge it is not obvious exactly how to prevent devices/filesytems from automatically mounting themselves. I assumed the fstab "noauto" mount option would do the trick, but it doesn't appear to prevent auto detect/mount. Perhaps there is some other process included with the pdaXrom distro (seperate from fstab system) which is monitoring interface ports and mounting??? I'm not sure...

for example, I would like to be able to plug my wifi adapter or SD card in but NOT have it automatically mount, so that I can CHOOSE exactly when I need it mounted and so save a little battery power for the moments when they are actually used. At the moment, whenever I plug my wifi card, I have to unmount it with OpenBox's SD/CF/USB monitor plugin (pdaxrom taskbar). I sometimes forget it has been automatically mounted by which time a large portion of my battery has been used unnecessarily!!

I'm a linux noob, but I'm sure if someone points me in the right direction I can figure the rest out. I'm just not sure where to begin.

thank you!
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