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18 Jul 2006
It works in kernel. Works with GPM. Doesnt work in X server. From my kdrive code analysis it looks that if the touchscreen #ifdef is enabled the touchscreen code completely obscures underlying mouse driver.
Does anyone know if it was fixed in newer kdrive? Mouse works just fine in pdaXrom X server. What X server do they use?
16 May 2006
What do you guys think about it?
It seems to support Intel Bulverde, TI OMAP and Motorola MX2
4 Apr 2006
I can see that pdaXrom for C3000 uses the HDD for rootfs. New OZ for C3x00 series also is HDD based. I really dont like the idea of /var/log on flash file system or /tmp being in precious memory. I think it would be great if pdaXrom always installed to HDD on C3x00 series.
Is it possible to instal C3000 pdaXrom on C3100 without changes?
4 Apr 2006
I know there are many.
But what I really need is something simple, with full screen uncluttered interface so I could use fingers to control the playback and volume.
Is there anything in the feeds? Or is there a player that would fit the description so I could compile it?
23 Mar 2006
I managed to compile couple more things.
gtk-engines-thinice - My favourite GTK2 theme. Small widgets good for 640x480 screen. (Actually I use it on my 1920x1200 desktop as well)
htop - sexy process viewer/manager, replacement for top
lcms - little color management system
ufraw 0.7 (uses lcms). ufraw is raw conversion utility for images from digital cameras. I had to modify the main dialog layout to almost fit into 640x480 screen. It loads and converts images from my Pentax dSLR just fine. It takes A LONG TIME to convert the image, like couple minutes. This should be useful for previewing images on trips or so. Take SD card from the camera, put in Zaurus and play!
4 Sep 2008 - 3:38
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