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4 Mar 2009
Has anyone managed to get Android (either 1.0 or cupcake) working with Zubuntu RC 1.0?

I know cortez has/had plans to release an Android package, but is no doubt too busy at the moment with getting Zubuntu released.

There are no Android devices available here in Japan, so I am hoping to be able to use my Zaurus for testing (even if it turns out to be a bit slow). I've been able to compile the cupcake sources, but I don't know what needs to be done to target the Zaurus, nor where to copy the compiled files or how to start Android once it's been copied over.

If anyone has any information on how to do this (or better yet, a pre-made image/archive), I'd greatly appreciate it.
20 Jan 2007
According to this post:
http://lists.linuxtogo.org/pipermail/opene...ber/001868.html

... faad2 support has been added to mpd.

Would anyone happen to have a package of this built, or be willing to build one? I currently don't have a compilation environment setup, and would rather not go through the trouble of setting it up for just one package (which might not even build or may fail to provide the features I'm looking for).

Specifically, I hope to gain support for aac+ streams from soma.fm.

Note: using OZ 3.5.4.1/Spitz on C3200.
3 Jul 2005
A new version of Tetsu's Special Kernel has been released, for use on the following models: SL-B500/C700/C750/C760/C860

The new kernel includes an NWFPE patch, which reportedly gives an approximate 10% speed increase in floating point operations. The new kernel also includes a patch for detailed battery monitoring.

More information and download at: http://tetsu.homelinux.org/zaurus/kernel/

- ashikase
- anpachi, gifu, japan
6 Jun 2005
One nuisance with Qtopia is that it is not simple to set what program to use for each file/mime type; it requires editing /home/QtPalmtop/etc/mime.types, as well as the desired application's .desktop file.

What I would like is a simple GUI program that would simplify this - perhaps something that would provide a list of available mime-types (which can be added to/deleted from), with a drop-down list of all available programs listed next to each type (where the current selection would represent the currently associated program). Qtopia's 'Application Key' settings program uses a similar interface.

I don't think such a program would be too difficult to write - it's mostly just a bunch of text parsing. It would probably be fairly easy to do in something like Python/Qt or Ruby/Qt.

I would try it myself, but I don't have the time, nor do I have any real experience with Python/Ruby.

Of course, if such a program already exists, I would greatly appreciate any pointers to it.

- ashikase
- anpachi, gifu, japan
11 Apr 2005
I tried installing and using the UNICON kernel modules (for Japanese text on console) available from the Cacko feed, but they don't seem to work.

When I try to insmod the modules, I get: "unresolved symbol doublebyte_default".
(I am using the Cacko Japanese kernel (1.22))

Also, after doing some research, it looks like another module, "unikey.o", and utility, "uniconctrl" are missing/required.

Has anyone else gotten the UNICON modules to work? If so, how?

- ashikase
- anpachi, gifu, japan
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