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21 May 2005
I have sucessfully gotten pdaXrom to work on my 6k
This is how I did it:

Flashed to Guylhem's ROM (to partition the internal memory as one moint point)
then flash to RC10 of pdaXrom for the 6k
login as "root"
Then type "/etc/rc.d/init.d/wlan start" then "dhcpcd -G 'your gateway IP' wlan0"
That should connect you to the internet (assuming you dont have a WEP key)
Do a "echo 'src pda6k' >> /etc/ipkg.conf"
then the ususal "ipkg update", "ipkg upgrade"
now type "startx"
matchbox should come up within a few seconds (be patient)
All Done!
the system should be functional now

As for extra packages(like KDE, firefox, etc...) install them to your CF card
DO NOT INSTALL TO THE SD CARD (there is a driver bug)

I am currently working on a X11 configuration app for the 6k specific hardware
I will release it shortly...
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16 May 2005
I just installed pocketworkstation on my SL-6000 using X/Qt and the stock Sharp ROM.
I put KDE on the my zaurus. All was going as planned...
The toolbar came up, the desktop painted properly...
BUt when I open a window, the font is some where around 200 or so (HUGE!!)
And I cant change it!! DOes anyone know how to change the font size via a shell?
It seems to affect all X Applications, so not a problem with KDE.

Any Ideas?
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