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31 May 2007
Raon (the makers of the Vega - an AMD LX800 powered UMPC) have announced a new mini computer that may be interesting to those looking for a Zaurus replacement

The Raon Digital Everrun:
http://umpcportal.com/products/product.php?id=110

A JPG of the released spec sheet.
http://umpcportal.com/gallery/v/raoneverun...ageViewsIndex=1

It reminds me a lot of the SLC 6000.
The Everrun is 173mmx85mmx25mm
The SLC-6000 is 158mmx78mmx23mm (presumably with keyboard closed)

The Everrun uses a 600mhz AMD LX900 (Similar to the Kohjinsha), 512mb ram, 30-60gb HD (with a 6gb SSD option), 800x480 touchscreen, bluetooth, wireless, 6-7 hours battery life, and a promised sub-$1000 (after importing) price tag.

It even has a keyboard - It's a full qwerty thumboard in the same spot as the 6000's hidden keyboard. It seems like a very unusual design, but I think it could work.

I think this is quite interesting. I wish it were a clamshell - now I'm stuck trying to decide between this one and the Fujitsu U series sad.gif
19 Feb 2007
I'm trying to run a particular java application on my C3000 running pdaiiX13 v5.2.

Now, I've never dealt much with Java, so I can't tell if I'm being dumb, or it just isn't going to work...

The application is called "KanjiGym Light", and it's a flashcard program that goes with Heisig's "Remembering the Kanji" book.

Trying to run it with "java -j KanjiGymLight-1.1.jar" gives an error:

java.lang.IllegalAccessException: method is not accessible
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.infoke(Method.java:372)
at javavm.java.lang.JarLauncher.main(JarLauncher.java:49)a

Trying it with specifiying classpath gets the same error:

"java -cp /usr/share/classpath/glibj.zip:/usr/share/javavm/classes.zip -j KanjiGymLight-1.1.jar"

Am I doing something wrong? Or is it just not going to work on the Z?

I've attached the .jar file if anyone is enterprising enough to give it a try.

*edit*
It wouldn't let me upload a .jar, so that's really a zip archive. You'll have to unzip it to get the jar file.
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Attached File  KanjiGymLight_Java_1.1.zip ( 1.09MB ) Number of downloads: 14
 
19 Jan 2007
I'm trying to sort out the Great Steaming Pile™ that is bluetooth, specifically to get networking up and running.

I'm running pdaXii13 on the my 3000 and I want to be able to network it via bluetooth to another computer. Any computer will do - I've got a Macbook(OSX10.4), Libretto(WinXP), or an IBM(Kubuntu 6.10). The eventual goal is to use the Libretto as a wireless gateway to get the Z on the internet via bluetooth, but for the time being I'll accept getting any IP over BT connection running sad.gif

There doesn't seem to be much info that I can dig up on this, and it's driving me nuts.

hcitool scan from the Z can see all three computers just fine, but I can't seem to get much past that point.

Anyone done this successfully, or know of a good place to get started?

Thanks!
8 Jan 2007
I've got a whole bunch of text files from around the web, and they have various symptoms of format nastyness. I've decided to spend my bus ride time sorting them out.

A lot of these files are text files with hard returns every ~80 characters. On a desktop I'd use something like Word to search out double returns and replace them with a marker, then replace all the remaining returns with spaces, then replace the markers with double returns.

On my 3100, I can do that with Textmaker. On my 3000, with pdaXii13, I tried to do that with Abiword - but Abiword's search function doesn't support any special or formatting characters whatsoever - It's basically on the same level as Notepad! I'm getting tired of toting 2 Z's everywhere I go, so I'm hoping to find a solution under pdaXrom.

Anyone have any ideas? I'm trying to prep these files so that I can read them on my Librie ebook reader.
15 Jan 2006
http://www.kallisys.com/newton/einstein/en

They've got an IPK for a 5500. Details are somewhat scarce - the PDF says it runs on Opie, probably X11. And that it isn't an emulator, however that works.
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