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17 Sep 2005
I am have a horrible time getting my Z5500 / Hentges with a D-Link DCF-660W CF Wifi card to connect to my Linksys BEFW11S4 ver. 2 router. I have tried endless varieties of configurations and settings on both ends and nothing works. I managed to get a brief connection this morning but the stability is horrible - it stayed connected for about 3 minutes and then that was it. For about a week prior to that and for a few hours afterward I've had ZERO success of connecting these two together. I'm starting to think it's my wifi card now. Has anyone had any success with getting these two to work correctly, or am I going nuts?
14 Sep 2005
Hi ppl! I just got my Zaurus 5500 2 days ago and I love it!! It currently has the Embedix OS with ROM 3.10 from Sharp. I like this but some packages I download don't seem to work 100% with it (like Gaim). I've seen the OpenZaurus and Opie and other ROMs / OS's and I'm not sure which is better / recommended. Can someone point to a comparison of the different ROM's and OS's and the pro's / con's of each? I am good at linux in general and can get down and dirty with config files - i'm not afraid to do that so advanced stuff is fine as well. Thanks in advance!
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