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23 Jun 2007
Been thinking about thinking about selling this for a while, and figured I'd try here before eBay. I bought it to do diagnostics in the field and such, but my work has taken me in other directions as of late. The thing is in absolutely fabulous shape, and has had a screen protector on it and lived in a case since I bought it. Includes:

- Sharp Zaurus SL-6000L w/64MB RAM and all the original packaging
- SL-6000 docking station
- AC adapter
- 4GB Hitachi CF HD
- USB Host-adapter (khctl installed to use USB keyboard + mouse)
- Hawking 10/100 USB Ethernet (kernel module compiled and installed)
- 2.5->3.5mm audio adapter
- SerialIO custom serial cable
- Carrying case
- DVD of over 800MB of software packages I've downloaded specifically for the 6000


All told I've got about $700 into this. Don't really have a price in mind (what's the going rate these days?), so feel free to make me an offer (cosmos [number seven] at tokomak dot net)... not expecting 4-figures, but if you low-ball I shall post it here and make fun of you... tongue.gif
8 Dec 2004
Howdy all,

Got my 6000L about a week ago, and have been doing a lot of reading and tinkering since then. One of the reasons I wanted a linux pda was the sheer power and flexibility of it; definately a killer app for me is shfs. I use it frequently to mount work stuff at home, and vice-versa.

Now I got samba going no problem, but it isn't practical for internet use, and certainly not secure. I've done a fair amount of investigation, and other than casual mention, haven't been able to find discussion of shfs on the Zaurus. I got an arm build environment going with instructions from this site, but am having trouble building shfs. Has anyone built the kernel module and binaries for the Z, and can point me in the right direction?
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