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5 Oct 2004
I can connect to my Zaurus over WiFi from my XP box without a problem, i.e. Can see the Z as a samba share, can ping it, can SSH to it etc.

I would like to use Intellisync to synchronise addresses, calendar etc. I have set up the PC-Link settings on the Z to use USB (TCP/IP), however whenever I try to use Zaurus Manager to change the Intellisync options to USB (TCP/IP) it complains that I must ensure the Zaurus is connected to the docking station and reverts back to the "Serial" settings - it seems that Zaurus Manager expects Zaurus to be physically connected to the USB port - my USB cable is at work where I synch the Z to my Win2K box over USB.

Anyone know a way of fooling Zaurus Manager into letting me set the USB (TCP/IP) settings?
23 Sep 2004
I have an old Lexar 96MB CF that I've been trying to use on my recently acquired C860.

I reformatted it as follows

# su
# umount /mnt/cf
# mkfs.msdos /dev/hda1
# mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/cf

So far everything is tickety-boo


I can only write to the CF as user 'root' not as 'zaurus'

I've tried

# su
# cd /mnt/cf
# chmod 777 .

but this doesn't make any difference. Any suggestions?

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