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19 Jan 2007
I would like to modprobe g_ether at boot, for network connections to work. But there is no rc.local in /etc or /etc/init.d ... Where is this "local" boot script which allows to make some personnal stuff like that at boot ?

Eric
19 Jan 2007
Hello. I installed Hentges 3.5.4.1 for my akita and wanted to upgrade my system, using the "testing" dir of hentges feed. But I get a very bad message at reboot concerning an expected kernel-2.6.17.
I understand that the kernel-image is not installed, but how can I install the matching kernel for the upgraded system ? Where to find it ? I searched on the mirror feeds but did not find anything. The only available kernel (zImage.bin) are the ones to use for installing the OZ releases.
Please give me some clues, I'm lost ... sad.gif

Eric
24 Jul 2006
Hello. I have problems like other people with cacko, with wifi cards like newer ambicom etc.... prismIII based. There is already a bug filed in cacko bug database, and I added a contribution (comment) to that bug, but I also want to open a discussion here.
I found an openembedded bug that seems to show that such cards would cleanly run wpa only with newer wpa_spplicant version (at least 0.4.8) but version in cacko is 0.3.8 ...
That may be the source of the different problems here and there.

I was wondering how it is possible to update wpa_supplicant, since this is not part of an updatable package in cacko ???? Is it necessary to update the entire system ???

Eric
27 Jun 2006
How to make time appear in bottom bar ? I did not find the way to do it ... ?
24 May 2006
Hello. I read here and there all the problems people have with their zaurus and wifi 802.11b cards that connect badly to access points when in mixed b/G mode. They fix the problem by forcing b-mode only.
As I have an 802.11g AP (linksys WRT54g) that I want to keep as g-mode since I use it at max speed, I would want to know if it would be possible to add a 802.11b access point that would be connected to it, that would be dedicated to b-mode connections only, so that accessing my internal network with the zaurus with a 802.11b wifi card (like a planex cf11x or ambicom wl1100c for ex.) would not prevent from using the main access point as 802.11g.

PS : I ask this because I plan to buy a wifi card but I don't want to be bothered by such problems and am ready to buy a 802.11b AP if it can help me.

Eric
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