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29 Jul 2005
i just got a pdair case from brando and the thing is a really tight fit (yes it is installed properly). with the insert in, i have to stretch the closure tab to the point that the female end of the clasp is being pulled apart from the leather. without the insert, is it still tight. i have not tried it with an sd or cf card in one of the slots, but i do not think it would close at all if i did. how do other peoples zaurus fit their pdair cases (loose, tight, just right)? can you fit a cf or sd card in the slots?
25 Jul 2005
i do not know exactly when this started happening but it is kind of scaring me. i just bought my c1000. i am still using the sharp rom, converted to english. any help would be great. thanks. here is the dmesg (pertinent part):

cramfs: wrong magic
FAT: bogus logical sector size 480
VFS: Mounted root (jffs2 filesystem) readonly.
Freeing init memory: 112K
Inode #9613 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8733 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8230 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9387 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #10171 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9660 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8125 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9412 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8670 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8800 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8802 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8804 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8806 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8807 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8808 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8812 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8813 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8816 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #9586 was a directory with children - removing those too...
Inode #8830 was a directory with children - removing those too...
16 Jul 2005
this would be a useful tool if it is not already out there (i can't find a binary though).

http://expect.nist.gov/#obtaining

please post an ipk if you have one. thanks.
15 Jul 2005
i just bought a c1000 and i refuse to believe that i can not sync with my mac. instead of really syncing i have set up apache webservers on the mac and on the zaurus and used a shell script to get the calendar off the mac (via ssh and expect), another script then posts the updated calendar localy on the webserver (ko/pi calls these automatically). i then subscribe to the zaurus calendar. if you only show the zaurus calencar in ical, you will have an updated calendar with no duplicates. i can post more detailed instructions if anyone is interested.
9 Jul 2005
fundable.org is a site that will facilitate donation collecting for a certain project (feature, bug fix, app port, develpment machine, etc), but refunds peoples money if the target dollar amount is not reached. could be a way to get those donations rolling. i bet more people would donate if they felt there was a specific "goal" that was tied to their donation. just a thought.


http://linux.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=0...&tid=98&tid=106
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