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10 Jul 2006
Hi All,

Have replaced the Microdrive with a Transcend 8GB CF card.
Start C3000 to B D mode, config the partitions and mkfs are all
OK. Install Openzaurus 3.5.4.1 are OK.
But the OZ boots with kernel panic. It shows that
"Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)."
I have tried to install the sharp original rom and it failed to boot too.
What can I do next?

Thanks,
Atman
10 Feb 2006
Dear All,

Installed pdaxrom for C3000 Beta2 (thanks ThC!!!)
But no telnet included, could someone tell me where
can I get it for pdaxrom?
telnet helps me a lot in trobleshooting in my job...
In urgent case, I use telnet to send email...

Regards,
Atmanian
26 Sep 2005
Just installed OpenBSD 3.8 (beta??) in my C3000.
I have set to run xdm. After I login, I found a problem that
sometime later, the xterm keep repeating key in and I cannot
stop it, some moment later, the X is stopped and return to console login.
But ps aux shows that startx is still running.

If I disable xdm, login with a user a/c and startx, such problem does not
exist.

Manually startx is ok for me, but I prefer xdm and hopefully someone
experts here could help me.
Thanks in advance.

Atmanian
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