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25 Feb 2007
I've installed xqt (xqt2) and it runs fine, except it complains about non-existent fontdirs (/usr/lib/X11/fonts etc.). Also X applications (icewm) seem to have trouble displaying text.

Should i install some more packages? Which ones?

I've got ttf-dejavu-sans, but that seems to have fonts in /usr/share/fonts/truetype
xset +fp /usr/share/fonts/truetype does not work; so I guess there must be some other way...
21 Feb 2007
For anyone willing to run Opie as non-root user, especially on the new OZ (2.6 kernel etc.), I've paved the way a little.

Read more at http://opie.handhelds.org/cgi-bin/moin.cgi/OpieNonRoot
17 Feb 2007

i'm an owner of SL-6000L, and have bought a CF bluetooth card (socket 8510-00159L). The card itself is working fine (original rom with bluez, OZ as well). I'm experiencing a different problem however.

The bluetooth connection (eg. zaurus to gsm phone) only works with a certain, uncomfortable spatial position. For example, it works when the phone is directly above the zaurus, but not when it is in my pocket etc. My guess is that it is the ruggedized metal casing that is preventing the bluetooth signal from reaching the phone.

As a workaround, i'm using a USB stick (msi starkey 2.0) under OZ, which works fine as well. However, this is not as comfortable as using the CF card (not speaking about the cost of the CF).

Has anyone else experienced this? Would it help to try another CF card (which)? Or does it get better with the clamshells (c3200 etc.)?
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