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12 Jun 2005
Hi,

I'm trying to connect my Zaurus SL5500 (Sharp ROM 3.13 + Cacko Kernel patch) to the WWW and for the first step I want to use the USB/TCP-IP connection.

My Powerbook is connected via WLAN to our DSL router, I have internet sharing enabled on the PB and the Z can ping IP-numbers and urls like www.avm.de successfully.

However, the Z can only load a web page in Opera, if I disable the firewall on the PowerBook (OS 10.3.9).
I don't want to disable it completely - does anybody know how I have to configure the firewall for getting Opera on the Z working?

Best regards

Martin
11 Jun 2005
I nearly got everything working to sync my Zaurus SL-5500 (Sharp ROM 3.13 + Cacko Kernel Patch) with my Apple PowerBook G4 12", but there is one annoying problem:

When I put the PowerBook and/or the Zaurus to sleep, I'm not able to reestablish the USB/TCP-IP connection afterwards - no more ping in any direction!

The PowerBook is running OS 10.3.9, the Cradle is connected to one of the internal USB-ports (no hub!). The PowerBook is connected to my DSL-WLAN-router via Airport.

The PB has IP 192.168.129.1, the Z has *.201

If I try to shut down Airport and plug out/in the Z again, but it doesn't change anything,
the system log says and there is no pinging possible:


AirPort: Link DOWN
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 1 Enumerating configurations ...
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 Config found
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 Interface found
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 9 4 bLength, bDescriptorType
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 bInterfaceNumber, bAlternateSetting
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 bNumEndpoints
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 2 6 bInterfaceClass, bInterfaceSubClass
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 5 bInterfaceProtocol, iInterface
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 1 0 Interface found
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 9 4 bLength, bDescriptorType
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 1 0 bInterfaceNumber, bAlternateSetting
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 bNumEndpoints
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: a 0 bInterfaceClass, bInterfaceSubClass
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 6 bInterfaceProtocol, iInterface
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 2 0 Interface found
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 9 4 bLength, bDescriptorType
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 1 1 bInterfaceNumber, bAlternateSetting
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 2 0 bNumEndpoints
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: a 0 bInterfaceClass, bInterfaceSubClass
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 7 bInterfaceProtocol, iInterface
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 2 6 org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB::initDevice - Interface class and sub class
0 0 AppleUSBCDCECMControl: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCECMData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCWMCData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCACMData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB::createNetworkInterface - attachInterface failed
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB::configureDevice - createNetworkInterface failed
org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB: 0 0 org_lucidcake_driver_AJZaurusUSB::start - failed
0 0 AppleUSBCDCECMControl: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCECMData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCWMCData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match
0 0 AppleUSBCDCACMData: probe - provider doesn't want us to match


After a restart of the PowerBook, it works again (till the next sleep phase), but this is not really fun, because at (nearly) each shutdown/restart/logoff of the PowerBook a Kernel Panic occurs, which seems to be caused by problems with Apple's internal USB drivers.. :-(
I contacted Andreas, the author of the Z-USB-driver, but so far he didn't find a solution for the Kernel-Panic-problem.

Can anyone tell me how to reactivate the USB/TCP-IP connection after sleep without restarting the Powerbook?
Any terminal hack is welcome!

Best regards

Martin
10 Jun 2005
Hi,

I've got a sync problem with the following configuration:

1) A Zaurus SL5500 with SharpROM 3.13 + Cacko Kernel Patch
IP 192.168.129.201

connected via USB-Cradle to

2) Apple PowerBook G4, MacOS 10.3.9
IP 192.168.129.1
IP 192.168.2.4 (WLAN)
sharing of the LAN-connection with the USB/TCP-IP connection enabled

connected via WLAN to
3) DSL/WLAN-router T-Sinus 154 DSL
IP 192.168.2.1

connected via Ethernet cable to
4) PC with Windows XP
IP 192.168.2.2
Intellisync installed

I was able to sync the PIM-data on Z and PC, if I connect the Zaurus-USB-cradle directly to the PC.
Normally, however, the Z shall be connected to my Apple PowerBook and not to the PC,
so the question is if I can do an IntelliSync via the network.

What I had to do:
on Z: route add default gw 192.168.129.1
on PC: route add 192.168.129.201 mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.2.4 metric 1 (is 1 correct??)

What I am able to do right now:
from the Z:
ping the PowerBook, the Router and the PC

from the PC:
ping the PowerBook, the router and the Z
establish a smb-connection to the Z (192.168.129.201) and access Internal storage, CF- and SD-card on the Z

What I'm not able to do yet:
Run Intellisync from the PC to sync Outlook XP with the PIM-apps on the Z
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can anyone tell me how to configure that?

Thanks in advance
best regards

Martin
29 May 2005
Hi,

I'm trying to access the other computers in my local network with my Zaurus.

Zaurus 5500G
Sharp ROM 3.13
Cacko Kernel Patch
IP 192.168.129.201

connected over USB cradle to
PowerBook G4
OS 10.3.4
USB driver 0.2.8
USB-IP 192.168.129.1

The powerBook is connected via Airport to the WLAN/DSL-Router
IP 192.168.2.1

I can mount the Zaurus as SMB-Volume on the PowerBook, I can ping Zaurus/PowerBook,
but I can't ping the WLAN router or any other PC in the network 192.168.2.x with the Zaurus.

I tried the following on the Zaurus:

sudo route add -host 192.168.129.1 usbd0
sudo route add default gw 192.168.129.1



The routing table on the zaurus ("route") looks as follows:

Kernel IP routing table
Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface
192.168.129.1 * 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0 0 usbd0
192.168.129.0 * 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 usbd0
default 192.168.129.1 0.0.0.0 UG 0 0 0 usbd0



Can anybody tell me what I've done wrong?
Do I have to activate anything on the PowerBook to provide the Zaurus access to the local network and also to Internet?

Unfortunately, I'm not a linux geek, I found the "route" commands on the net and tried them, but was not lucky yet..

Best regards

Martin
22 May 2005
Hi everybody,

since I often try to connect my Zaurus SL 5500 (SharpROM 3.13 + Cacko Kernel Patch) with my PowerBook G4, I have a lot of problems with Kernel Panics when I try to log off, shutdown or restart my PowerBook.

I recently updated to MacOS 10.3.9 with all Security Updates..

Does anyone have similar problems?

Do I really have to kick the USB cradle and buy a CF-(W)LAN-card to avoid those problems?
(There are 2 reasons why I'm hesitating:
Firstly, I couldn't use my 512 MB CF memory card while beeing connected to the network.
Secondly, I would have to buy both, because a WLAN card is great when beeing "on the way", but at work - for example - the only possible way to connect to the network is (wired) LAN.

Best regards

Martin
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