OESF Portal | OESF Forum | OESF Wiki | LinuxPDA | #planetgemini chat on matrix.org | #gemini-pda chat on Freenode | #zaurus and #alarmz chat on Freenode | ELSI (coming soon) | Ibiblio


Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

Personal Photo
Personal Statement
loldrup doesn't have a personal statement currently.
Personal Info
Age Unknown
Gender Not Set
Location Unknown
Birthday Unknown
No Information
Joined: 26-April 05
Profile Views: 1,014*
Last Seen: 15th May 2006 - 02:57 AM
Local Time: Jun 21 2018, 12:52 AM
26 posts (0 per day)
Contact Information
AIM No Information
Yahoo No Information
ICQ No Information
MSN No Information
Contact Private
* Profile views updated each hour



My Content
14 Oct 2005
Ahh - I finally succeeded. Anyone interested can go to:


There's no minimal price.

Thank you for your attention.

Kind Regards Jon Loldrup
11 Oct 2005

After not having used my sl6000 for some months time now, I choose to sell it... (Hopefully one day we will see Linux PDA's with - ahem - more "mature" OS'es...)
It comes with the following:

Leather carrying case
32 mb CF flash card
hard acryl plastic screen cover
another screen cover (a film that sticks to the screen)

Its in a very nice condition. No scrathes or things like that.

I tried to sell it via Ebay, but I couldn't sign up for a sellers account (apparently because I'm from Denmark...)

Please bid (and ask) in this forum - I will check for questions as often as possible.

payment goes via Paypal and I will not ship until I register the transaction.

Kind Regards
Jon Loldrup
9 Jun 2005
My Guylhem doesn't seem to recognize my CF card. It thinks that it does, though, but it suggests that it contain some stuff ("Image_Files", "Install_Files", "Text_Files" and a file named "home-zaurus-documents) other than what it really contains. My winXP reads the content as a couple of *.IPK files, and that is what I actually placed there.
Should one format the card in ext2 or other linux-format before Guylhem ROM can read it?

Jon Loldrup
9 Jun 2005
Guylhem seems quite cool! I like it way better than OZ. I'm looking forward to future releases. Especially cool that it has Opera and a JVM from the start. Just what I needed smile.gif
NB. It doesn't seem one can use SD cards for ROM flashing.
A possible bug: I have the SHARP software installed on my pc. When I plug my Zaurus into the cradle (connected to the PC), it shows the "Please wait 30 seconds crocodile" and then never escapes that state. I had to reset.

Jon Loldrup
31 May 2005
The install-readme http://externe.net/zaurus/guylhem-rom/README says to use a CF card. Can one use a SD card instead? My CF card is only 32 mb...

I see the image-file is at 66 mb. How can this ever fit into the internal flash ram at 64 mb?

Jon Loldrup
Last Visitors
loldrup has no visitors to display.

Other users have left no comments for loldrup.

There are no friends to display.
RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 20th June 2018 - 02:52 PM