I give up - too much like hard work this. I've no development environment, no idea how drivers in linux work save knowing that they are modules and/or can be compiled into the kernel and I'm not even sure I can replace the kernel (let alone which file in the directory you provided (thanks btw) is the actual replacement kernel).
I naively thought the kernel expanded into an internal ram location on hard reset, and that I could replace this with one from the mentioned directory.
Thanks for the help anyhow
QUOTE(brownb2 @ Feb 9 2005, 12:53 PM)
I'm off to try this now however I expected to see the Z kernel in /boot and found nothing. A quick locate found nothing of interest except modules and libs directories. As I'm still a linux amateur where would I find the kernel - I'm still googling as we speak....?
QUOTE(thesing @ Feb 8 2005, 03:15 PM)
some time ago I compiled a kernel with the buzzer-patch and modules. They worked with OZ 3.3.6 but I don't know if the work with the Sharp-Rom. But you can try
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