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9 Feb 2004
Hi guys,

I just had a scary experience with my Z 5500, OZ 3.3.6 and a Symbol WLAN card. I woke my Z (pressing Cancel) with my Symbol WLAN card already inserted and all it showed to me were moving dark gray stripes across the screen.

So I thought its maybe a bug and since I couldn't do anything else I flipped that battery switch to "Replace Battery". Well, that didn't change anything, so I flipped it back and pressed "Cancel" in the hope that the unit would power up. Nope, didn't change anything. I have no idea why I did it but I decided to pull out the WLAN card. Voila, the strips stopped moving and completely disappeard. Instead, I could see the Opie desktop again (a frozen desktop if that matters, anyway).

After flipping that little switch twice again I was able to start the Z and everything seems to be back to normal. Is it?

I thought that the battery switch would cut the power to the battery. Is that true? What did just happen to me and my Z?
9 Dec 2003
I was trying to install Gaim on OZ 3.3.5. Installation went fine, I installed all packages in the feed http://qpe-gaim.sourceforge.net/feed/release to SD card. I can connect fine and send out messages but when I receive messages I only get "(Error receiving message)" (or something similar). I checked the FAQ where I found the advise to install gconf-tiny. I made sure that this package was installed but the problem still persists.

I tried to install gconv-modules but for some reason (even when I specify SD as destination) the package installer tells me that it installs the package to "root" (which, of course, fails because there is hardly any space left (1MB)).

Any advice?
9 Dec 2003
Has anybody gotten Kismet 2.8.x/3.0.1 to output GPS data? I have installed qpegps and zroadmap and both are able to receive data from gpsd but kismet refuses to put anything but 90/180/0/0/-90/-180/0/0 into its xml file. I also don't get any *.gps files.

From my understanding wellenreiter should be able to output/display gps coordinates. Does that work? How?
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