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10 Apr 2004
I installed the special kernel 1.3 and everything was going good. Then I downloaded the overclock program and bumped my speed up to 471 to see how well it would help for movies. It didn't seam to help much so I clocked it back down to what it was. Now my Zaurus seams to be running very slow, this is noticed is games the most, things like pacman or brickout will slow down every 5-10 seconds, then speed back up again, sow down, speed out, etc...

Also I installed the Opie Pims and the calander and the addressbook are set to 'fast load'. I can tell becuase the programs are running, but when I hold down on them to bring into the menu for the fast load, there is no option to enable/disable fast loading of these apps.

I'm using the latest beta TKC rom for the Zaurus
3 Apr 2004
Everyone seams to want to compress the video down, and then store it on an SD card to play on the Zaurus.

What personaly I would rather do is play the video off a samba share, or better yet, 'stream' it to the Zaurus with some kinda web streaming software of some sort. Mostly I like to watch episodes and such, watch it once and I probably won't want to see it again for months. With all of these episodes it makes no sence to me to store them all twice, once for playback on a computer, and once for playback on the Zaurus, thes files take up enough room on their own!

So the question is, can one 'stream' the video to the Zaurus insted? Is the the reason people compress the video down only for the size or are there other factors besides this?

Can you maybe re-code the size, or shink the video stream with some software in real-time to the Zaurus?

What software, is there any, that can watch video streams for the Zaurus?

This of course would be over 802.11b for the bandwidth.
31 Mar 2004
Ok I'm confused here... after I downloaded the kernel upgrade off the ZUG Downloads I get a file called:

zImage_Special5600_No_Preemptive_No_Overclock-c860ROMv1.10.bin

No Preemtive... No Overclock.. c-860???!!!

The first part of the file is right, "zImage Special5600", but I'm a bit worried to flash this with the rest of the file name. Was this just named wrong, or am I that tired that I'm reading this all wrong here? The version should also be v1.3, not 1.10.

I'm using Opera 7.23 (Windows) to download this if by chance my browser screwed up, I've seen it rename .ipk files to .tar before, but nothing this strange.
31 Mar 2004
Ok, I'm probably going to feel real dumb after I get the answer to this so sorry if I'm just blind.

I can't find 3.3.6 of OZ... On the web page it shows 3.3.5 being the latest 'unstable', but I keep hearing everyone talk about 3.3.6. In the ZUG Downloads, OZ isn't even listed in the ROMs. I've been all over the links on openzaurus.org and can't seam to find any mention of 3.3.6, I tried sourceforge and nothing there, just says to goto openzaurus.org...

Am I blind or something? With all these people running 3.3.6 I don't think it would be that many people 'mistaken' on the version. I'm to the point where I just keep looking at the same web pages and my head is starting to spin. sad.gif
31 Mar 2004
Is there any way one can remove some of the fourms from the main view, or a way to group just the fourms you want to see into another view? I like to browse the fourm on my Zaurus, but there are a lot of sections that just don't apply to me and would save on the render time, let alone make it a lot more easy to monitor the fourms I do want to keep ontop of.
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