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30 Dec 2005
I'm looking to sell my Zaurus 6000L due to not having the time to customize my kernel, set up a development environment, etc.

Package would include:

- Zaurus main unit, no scratches
- Transparent plastic flip-top cover (may be some slight scuffs, but nothing I've noticed while using)
- Great battery life
- ZThinCable (serial cable); I've used it with gpsd and a Garmin eTrex, works fine (Garmin GPS not included!)
- Dock, power supply
- Original box, manual, CD

I do not have the dock USB cable.

Asking $430, includes shipping in the US. If you want to ship out of the country, contact me and I'll try to figure out how much extra I'd have to charge.

I'm looking to get a Nokia 770 as a replacement; if you have one that you would like to trade for my Z6k straight up, message me.

Thanks!
12 Aug 2005
Check it out. Big picture of the "Jerk O Meter" software running on a Z6k.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/ptech/08/12/j...r.ap/index.html
6 Aug 2005
The EyeToy captures great video at 640x480. According to this link there are Linux drivers for the EyeToy.

There's also some discussion at this page that references something called ARToolKit (Sourceforge project page) which can use the EyeToy.

If someone could compile up the necessary drivers/software to use the EyeToy via USB on the 6k, that would be pretty slick. The Zaurus + the EyeToy wouldn't be the smallest or best portable digital video camera available, but it's free if you've got the parts... Like I do smile.gif
6 Aug 2005
The EyeToy captures great video at 640x480. According to this link there are Linux drivers for the EyeToy.

There's also some discussion at this page that references something called ARToolKit (Sourceforge project page) which can use the EyeToy.

If someone could compile up the necessary drivers/software to use the EyeToy via USB on the 6k, that would be pretty slick. The Zaurus + the EyeToy wouldn't be the smallest or best portable digital video camera available, but it's free if you've got the parts... Like I do smile.gif
27 Jul 2005
I'd like to set up WPA at home for increased security. My AP has WPA, I just need to figure out how to set it up under Guyhelm ROM.

Using the link from this thread: (http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13402&pid=85759&st=0&#entry85759)
I was able to download an archive called wpa_stuff.tar.gz which had wpa_supplicant, wpa_cli, and wpa_passphrase, as well as a couple config files.

Trying to run wpa_supplicant manually presents me with this error:
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# wpa_supplicant
wpa_supplicant: error while loading shared libraries: libdnet.so.0: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory

I've only been using the Guyhelm ROM a few days; I'm not sure what libraries from other feeds may or may not be compatible. Help on this matter would be appreciated.

Also, if someone who knows how to configure a WRT54G with Satori firmware with WPA using wpa_supplicant, I'd be grateful for some pointers on setting up the wpa_supplicant.conf file in a secure manner.

Thanks!
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