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30 Dec 2004
While surfing around a bit, I came across this page. This page contains a simple USB-MIDI driver for Linux.
What's interesting about this is that there's already a "Makefile.zaurus" in the TAR -- in other words, it seems like the author wrote it so Zaurus support could be enabled provided there's a USB-host. (Maybe. )
What I'd like is to try it out at least with my MIDISport. Someone just needs to make a nice ipk (or at least a compile) for people like me who don't have full Linux machines with all the ARM support ready.
If this works, maybe I can play around with MIDI in Python or something. (I am not aware of any Qt MIDI software.)
5 Dec 2004
With all the programs I'm putting on the Zaurus, it would be a shame to lose the data to some nasty bump. Therefore, I'm wondering what complete system backup solutions there are for the Zaurus SL-6000L.
My understanding (which may be incorrect) is that the "Backup / Restore" in the SL-6000L does not back up any modifications to kernel modifications that you've done (which I've done to mount Samba drives etc.). If that is the case, I don't like that option but elsewise I suppose I can use that (does the Backup / Restore also cover your SD card files?)
Ideally, I'd like a way to either backup to a network device (e.g. the PC I'm connected to) or at least a CF card.
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