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25 Aug 2004
If I flash my 5500 with just the zImage on the CF card with a kernel with a different ramdisk size to the one i currently have installed, what will happen?

i have noticed the contents of /dev/ram only vanish after resets, not reboots.
14 Aug 2004
Hi,

does anyone know if there is one?

Ian
14 Aug 2004
Hi folks,

i only want to try out a new kernel, I have oz 3.3.5 at the mo,

can i just mount the area of flash that has the kernel in and put a new one there and reboot?

Ian
10 Aug 2004
Hi folks,

would anyone know if it is possible to make the framebuffer on the sl5500 behave like a virutal desktop ala X11.

this would be handy for all sorts of things,

or failing that, having multiple workspaces (like you can in window managers under X). ie, have the launcher stuff on one workspace, while a console on another etc.

i know this is possible if you run Xvnc locally but that sounds rather like it wont be very quick

Ian
22 Jul 2004
Hi, basically, i have just bought my 3rd CF card, and all of my cards have turned out to be toshiba ones (2 are re-badged as Jessops), I am unable to flash my zaurus from these cards ( 16mb, 32mb & 64mb).

ive had my zaurus for about 5 weeks now, ive bought a wifi card and 128mb sd, ive not been able to use any of this so you can imagine im going crazy.

also can anyone recomend a make of CF card that they know you CAN flash from.

thanks

Ian
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