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10 Nov 2006
Well, I've finally decided that it was time to move on to a Thinkpad for my OpenBSD... I'd just like to say thanks to everyone on here, esp. math and andy for all their help and kind messages.
In the end, the Z was cool but I needed something faster and with a more useable keyboard. I am interested in that that new Konjisha (or whatever) computer that Conics will be stocking in early December, but until then this IBM T42 Thinkpad is my new OBSD toy. Thanks again!
1 Nov 2006
I have a SL-C3200 with only about 72-80 hours worth of use on it in total. I started to play with OpenBSD when I got it in April but it is too small for any kind of development. I just bought an IBM T42 and put OpenBSD on it instead. I will flash the original English Sharp rom before shipping and get rid of OpenBSD.
What I'm selling
SL-C3200 in almost new condition, no scratches to screen or casing
Sharp A/C adapter for North American/Japan
Buffalo wireless CF card
Buffalo ethernet CF card
512MB Sandisk CF card
2gig Sandisk SD card (not pictured as I forgot to include it in the photo)
3 screen protectors (one is outside of original packaging but like new)
Male USB to mini adapter
Female USB to mini adapter
All docs and cds in original box!
Asking $450US + shipping from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada to anywhere in North America. Shipping Insurance is a MUST! Paypal only, unconfirmed addresses with ship after 3 days.
Will be going on ebay in a day or two! Check my 85 feedback with 100% positive, ebay name is sligo1
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25 Aug 2006
I bought this C3200 to use OpenBSD... however this week I decided to try various Linux ROMS for the hell of it... and Cacko Lite 1.23 wins. Yes, it is early in my trial period and I may get frustrated but I travel quite a bit and Cacko is a no-brainer to use.
OpenBSD needs to add SD support and get far more packages (I am too lazy to build ports). Until then, I think I will stay with Cacko... saying that I do have OpenBSD still on the system, just in case.
After all it's a PDA, not a workstation or server. I know barryg uses his Zaurus for work and many of you might as well... but the average user may benefit from taking a closer look at Linux. Or not! hahaha
Writing this on openbsd/macppc Powerbook G4,
P.S. (forgot) please feel free to flame
28 Jul 2006
No X yet...
17 May 2006
Just did a NAND restore to original Sharp rom. I had installed OpenBSD fine in pdaXrom. With original rom, I keep getting IPK errors because when it attempts to copy the zbsdmod.o to the /root/etc/rc.d/ directory, it says there is no room left on the device. Any ideas on how to fix this? All the other OpenBSD files appear to be in their correct place. Thanks!
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