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31 Jan 2011
For those times when vi is too much, and emacs is way too much, there will always be ed, man!

ed 1.5 for Sharp ROM is now available on ELSIx. (My first ipkg! But why is it listed twice on the ELSIx home page?)
30 Jan 2011
(Sorry, I guess new package announcements should go in the Software forum.)
24 Jan 2011
Does anyone know on what basis Sharp assigned version numbers to their ROM? Unique over all products? Unique per model (SL-C750, SL-C3000, ...)? Unique per CPU or OS (PXA255, PXA270, ... / OpenPDA, Lineo uLinux, ...)?
18 Jan 2011
I have a question about the Zaurus Developer Image version 1.6 package published by Anton Maslovsky on the Embedded Linux Software Index (www.elsix.org) back in 2005.

The setup scripts call for both a mount point for the image squashfs file and a symbolic link to the mount point at /home/zaurus/develop. Then additional symbolic links are created in the standard file hierarchy (/usr/bin, /usr/lib, /usr/local/include, etc.) to the various compilers, libraries, and tools in the image, all referencing the link /home/zaurus/develop. Why is the link /home/zaurus/develop necessary? Couldn't all the compiler, library, and tool links reference the squashfs mount point directly?

11 Jan 2011
ZAURUS LOVERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE!

After an absence of more than one year, I hereby return to active OESF membership.

The gift of an only slightly used SL-C1000 and postponement of a smart phone purchase have renewed my interest in fiddling with my Z, and I am delighted to find OESF still alive.

As my first feat of renewed Z-wizardry, I finally got Developer Image version 1.6 running on my new Z, a trick which eluded me for years of previous trying.

I may try brushing-up the ELSI entries for some of my favorite packages. Too many are fading into the deep aether. Must keep the embers glowing as long as a few Zs survive unbricked.

Be seeing you.
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