It seems that I have done something stupid.
I noticed there are three important files in kathrin-rc9_1:
(1)updater.sh.sh : I don’t know what is it for.
(2)initrd.bin : It contains the file system in it;
(3)tools.tar : Some kernels for Zaurus, for my SL-7500C I think the file kernel-SL-7500 linked to kernel-SL-C750 is very much useful. And I found the zImage.bin(kernel-SL-7500->zImage.bin) file in the folder kernel-SL-C750, it must be the real kernel for my Zaurus SL-7500C. However, obviously it does not support IPv6. So I come up with the idea: If I replace this zImage.bin for a new ipv6-supported one, maybe it will work.
Following the instructions showed in http://www.nautilus6.org/operation/doc/wid...v6-setup-00.txt
I patched the kernel (usagi-linux24-s20020722.tar.bz2) with the following three patches(mentioned in the URL above):
(3) linux-2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix-slc750-slb500-20021214-rom1_00 (I got this on the Japanese Web)
After that : make dep; make zImage; make modules
Finally I got the file zImage, and rename it zImage.bin.
But after I replaced the the original file (tools->kernel-SL-7500->zImage.bin) with the new one, the installation finished successfully, reboot my Zaurus 7500C with the start screen “SHARP” and some Japanese words nothing happened.Questions
(1) Could you guys tell me why?
(2) Maybe I should use the pdaXrom-builder to get a new rom, hum?
How and where did you get the kernel, if it is compiled by yourself, could you please give (a)kernel(something like usagi-linux24-s20020722.tar.bz2); (b)patches (something like (1) patch-2.4.18-rmk7(2)diff-2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3(3)linux-2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix-slc750-slb500-20021214-rom1_00(4) patch-usazau, etc.)
(3) How to use this new kernel when running pdaXrom-builder on pdax86 host?