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13 Jun 2005
I'm OK with the default Sharp ROMs but what's the use of a having a linux driver PDA
like the Zaurus if you are only OK with it? Everything worked, including the
wifi card, but it just wasn't great. I tried the QTopia ROM upgrade that came out
recently---like the looks, everything works, but I cannot get Opera going. So, I installed
OZ3.5.3 (Opie) on my 5600. I like it a lot, especially after I found the comment on
how to keep the suspend problem from happening. My problem, though, is
that I cannot get the WiFi card to work.

When it comes up, it sees lo and irda as the only two interfaces. If I try
to start the wlan0 from the graphical, it errorrs. With ifup, I get a number of
errors about the device not being found. I have tried rebooting with the card in,
I've tried the initial boot with the card in---same result.

Any suggestions would be great---I have been trying various things on the
boards to no avail.

cardctl does report it as a linksys card so at the hardware level it is there.

Thanks,
Kenny
18 Jul 2004
I am a new Zaurus 5600 user; one of the first modifications I wanted to
make was to install the preemptive kernel that I found here. I followed
the instructions, and when the SD update procedure starts up, I get an
error that the directory /etc/update/control/next could not be created.
Then, the system reboots.

I don't think, therefore, the kernel was altered. What am I
overlooking?

Thanks,
Kenny

kmoorman@transy.edu
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