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5 Feb 2006
I put some of the accessoires on separate auctions, so check out those for the Ratoc usb host card, a bluetooth, a eth and a wifi cf card!
The ebay number is: 5863394178
The Zaurus is in a mint condition!
16 Jul 2005
As the existing version for the Zaurus (Cacko) 2.9.1 isn't compatible with the newer version, it would be nice to have an upgrade forthe ipk!
15 May 2004
Sorry for this unproductive thread - but I just have to share my excitement with you: I'm using the C860 with the small battery now, when I'm not using the wlan or listening to music - and I just cant stop congratulating myself to this purchase ;-)
The C860 just looks amazing all in all silver! It is soo thin, so much more refined: so sleek it looks just like what it is: a highend piece of hardware!
The touch is now very metallic, there is nothing cheap or rugged about it anymore. I just love it! (Even more than I did before.)
Btw: you can change the batteries without having to reboot the Z, when it is plugged to an external power source during the swapping process!
4 Apr 2004
I'm trying to make may ratoc usb-host cf card run on the Daniela Rom (C860). I could install the cfu1-driver_0.0.2-3.arm.ipk and the usb-modules. The card get's recognized correctly, but when I make an "insmod scsi_mod"
I get error messages:
/lib/modules/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/kernel/drivers/scsi/scsi_mod.o: unresolved symbol request_module
The same I get with "depmod -ae"
Could someone help?
I would like to mount my mp3 player ;-)
22 Mar 2004
I couldn't find any config file.
In Opie there was at least the clock with an alarm with an mp3 option.
Now with the cacko-rom and the opie PIMs I don't know, where the options are set...
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