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7 Oct 2012
I had netwalker unused for a while. After plugging it to charger and booting it started to behave oddly.

Netwalker works fine but charging led (the one on netwalker) blinks and unit will not charge more than 70%.

When booted from halt witch charger unplugged it shows 10-12%. After just plugging charger and unplugging charge jumps to 70%.

I had left it charging (with blinking) for over 24h but it behaves the same.

Can any one suggest what happened?

I wanted to use it as small home media center for music and internet radio and for email but now I dont know how it will behave.
22 Jul 2011
I tried to install rrdtools and got some 404 errors.
After checking whats up, I found that on ports.ubuntu.com and on archive.ubuntu.com jaunty repo is missing.
What happened?
Where I can find complete repo for jaunty?
26 Apr 2011
Works.
I had to compile kernel and xorg module and edit xorg.conf.

Works almost perfectly.
X server launches, sets both displays to work and has :0.0 and :0.1 displays.
Xinerama does not work. Netwalker just freezes.
It needs to restart X server to connect/disconnect adapter.

When plugged I can achieve about 20-70mb/sec transfer to its memory with simple dd command.

I got it from local supplier for about 60$ or 50EUR.
It works under windooze too wink.gif

If any one interested I can post some commands needed to compile needed modules.

7 May 2010
I do some electronic projects for fun.
Till now I was using Eagle to prepare pcb.
But there is no eagle for arm sad.gif

So i started to use KiCAD. Main problem with it is a lack of element libraries.
I found a nice way to transfer eagle libraries to kicad format.
Just download eagle, install it on x86.
Then get ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/eagle/userfiles/ulp/...2kicad-0.9b.ulp script, put it in eagledir/ulp
Run eagle, open desired library, there is a load of them, and click on "ULP" icon, select script (I renamed it to _eagle2kicad-0.9b.ulp to have it on first place), check Draw pin names and Draw pin numbers (that can be set in script), select place to put output files and run script.

Then, result files should be put in /usr/share/kicad/libraries and modules.

For now I have about 30 libraries exported. Did not test them much because i just started to learn kicad.

BTW.
Kicad is quite responsive on netwalker. Will try to check how it behaves on zaurus under zubuntu.

Any one know a nice tutorial on kicad?

Edited:
Just found nice bundle with all eagle libraries recoded:
http://library.oshec.org/
There is also a bundle with all of them pascked together...
22 Apr 2010
Scripts triggered by power/suspend changes are located in /etc/pm
They are triggered twice per change first time with "true" or "false" argument when power change is triggered and second time with "suspend suspend" or "suspend resume" when that change is finishing. That means when you do a full cycle suspend-resume they got triggered four times.
Simply put your script in /etc/pm and link in apropriate directory there and note what is happening.

Its useful to pause and resume mpd or when you dont want to use thick power agent (ie in text mode) to make suspend/resume or backlight change when button is pressed or lid closed/open.
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