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22 Jan 2006
After using Kino2 watching some movies,
the screen on my C3000 cannot be used anymore in
notebook (wide) mode.
If I switch from PDA to notebook mode (ie. opening and
turning the display), open applications appear upside down,
using only the width of PDA mode.
Newly opened applications open in PDA mode.
Movies still display ok (wide mode), but the control
(curdor keys) are rotated.

This happened with Cacko rom, but I observed it some time ago
with sharp rom as well. The time back a reformat and restore solved the
problem.
Does anybody know an easier solution?

So far this problem only appered when I was using Kino2 (but
not always).

Thanks,
Marc
11 Jul 2005
Sorry if I oversaw something obvious, but where can I
get the Cacko (1.23) sources?
Thanks,
ms
3 Jul 2005
Why uses Sharp Qtopia 1.5.4 when 2.1.1 is already out?
On my Z it is build Jan 2005 when new versions were out already for
a long time.
I cannot even get thenSDK for that version from Trolltech
(oldest is 1.6).
Am I missing something here?
Is the version number of the SDK independent form Qtopia's one?
Thanks,
ms
30 Jun 2005
When I start eg. LTris, my C3000 seems to hang completely.
So for I hard reset it then. Is there another better way to end a
hanging application (Like Crt/Alt/BackSpace for X)?
Qtopia isn't responsive anymore at all.
Thanks,
ms
24 Jun 2005
I just installed debian following meanie's description.
Works nicely.
But I ask myself, why not install debian directly into the program area?
So far it uses 250Mb.
Even with X/Qt and several other stuff I have still 300Mb free in the program area
(and it could be enlarged making hdd3 smaller).
This would be the smoothest possible.
Probably some adaptations would be necessary.
But before thinking further about it:
Is there a reason why nobody has done it so far?
Is it just work or is there a big hurdle I don't see?
Thanks,
ms
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