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16 Jan 2006
I am trying to get qpegps running on my sl-6000. I use a bluetooth gps mapped to rfcomm0. I was previously using zgps perfectly. Maps didnt work quite right but it connected to my gps and gave me streaming telemetry lat-long and compass heading. Zero issues getting data from the GPS. So I am now trying to get qpegps running because people seem to get maps running on it without too much trouble. But when it tries to connect to the GPS it works initially. Then it cuts out. And to get it back up I have to go to the configuration window and select the port and hit enter to refresh the connection. I dont know how or why it stops but it does. I am assuming that because the connection is driven by gpsd that GPSD is the source of my woes. Any thoughts on what might be wrong with GPSD and qpegps?
13 Oct 2005
I am using the stock zaurus rom and I cannot find a Zethereal package that works. I found plenty of manual install instruction sets that give me a qtopia icon and whatnot but no ipkg packages that actually install.
Does anyone have a working Zethereal package that will install on the stock sharp sl-6000 rom ?
7 Oct 2005
This link has a reference to something called the Sharp CE-VCR1. I apparently was a video capture card that would let you record shows or whatever directly to the Z's memory or sd card and let you play them back. It apparently was for the MI-E25DC (Zaurus SL-5500 with a camera builtin) sold in Japan.
Has anyone seen the capture card or any others that work with the zaurus specifically the sl-6000l (my preference because of the screen)
30 Sep 2005
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