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1 Jan 2005
Has anyone had any experience with the Samsung D500?

I'm thinking of replacing my Nokia 6230, cus of the bluetooth/GPRS problems mentioned here, and I like the look of the Samsung.

I'm not a big Ericsson fan - had them before and have never really got on with them, but it's looking like the SE K700i is the other option.

Anyone using either of these phones with their Zaurus? Or is there another phone I should look at?
16 Dec 2004
I've managed to compile psi-0.9.2 with qca-tls-1.0 and get it running in pdaXrom, using the Gentoo ebuild as a recipe.

It works perfectly well until I try to select the "Use SSL encryption (to server)" option, which tells me "Cannot enable SSL/TLS. Plugin not found".

qca-tls seemed to build okay, I specified the same plugins directory while building both (/usr/lib/qt/plugins), so I'm at a loss to see what the problem is.

Does anyone have any QT plugin advice?

(The same setup works on my x86 desktop).

17 Oct 2004

I've managed to build Mozilla Sunbird from CVS, and it seems to work ok for me.

I keep my personal calendar and todos in a webdav ics file, so it's nice to be able to access it from my Zaurus smile.gif

How do I go about uploading it to the unstable feed? I've not contributed anything before...

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