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12 Aug 2010
Not sure if anyone is looking for this but I was able to get the SparkLAN Wireless CF adapter card WCFM-100 802.11g card to work using

the file system from this thread

http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=26510

after installing git-core and gcc

I went to this site

http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/libertas

to get the necessary tools/drivers installed

once I completed those steps I started the interface

ifconfig eth1 up

iwconfig eth1 essid "wireless name" (do not use the qoutes)

dhclient

then I was off and running.

Next step to get WPA working.

Baz
9 Jun 2010
Trying to follow the instructions to move most of zubuntu to the internal flash to try to make the system work quickly and independent of the SDCard. I have found that the kexecboot will not see the boot folder on the /dev/mtdblock3 but will see it on /dev/mtdblock2.

I am using the updater and tools from the PDAXii3 site to resize the root mtd partition to 121 and see if that works.

we will see

Baz
16 Sep 2009
Just trying to determine which is the best place to install zubuntu if that is the sole system you are using on the zaurus.

Would it be better to install on the internal hard drive with sd as swap or install on a fast sd and use the hard drive as swap.

Or is there a 3rd option where the install is on the NAND (less the /usr and /var directories placing these on the internal drive)


Just wondering what is the best/fastest option.

thanks
Baz
28 Jan 2009
Sorry for the total noob question but here goes.

I have installed Zubuntu to the SD card. Followed the instructions to move to the internal flash but I do not see the selection for the boot to internal flash.

Also how do I point the swap, var and usr to the internal hard drive since the SD card I have is very slow.

Please be very detailed since I am lost.

Baz
22 Jul 2008
I just recently install pdaxii13 on my C3100 and I am trying to get used to it.

I am having one issue with openbox and that I can not seem to resize the windows to fit the screen area
(or move the window to get to the save, close or cancel buttons at the bottom)

any help is appreciated

Baz
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