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iamasmith
OK, just looking to try to nail down the numbers to see if things are worthwhile.

If you are using Cacko 3K at all in any form then please just answer even if you don't feel like posting an answer.

I would like problems posted on the 3k-feedback thread that Kahm started, however, I welcome general criticism either way on this thread.

BTW: Don't think you are being counted for PayPal nags. I'm not into that at the moment.

I am considering possibly using PayPal if people want to contribute towards getting certain hardware tested because I have a Bluetooth and WLAN card and I'm probably not going to buy another unless someone buys one for me... hardware contributions would be another option. - Let me know what your opinions would be on this if you like.. I certainly wouldn't intend living on the proceeds... (yeah, right in Chiswick!?)

Please vote,

- Andy
ArchiMark
Hi Andy,

Only comment about your poll is that there should have been a choice for 'GREAT!!!'

Installed Beta1 earlier today and so far it's GREAT!

Install went smooth on first try. All my data and apps were there after it rebooted!!

Only one weird thing so far is that when I clicked the 'On/Off' button on the front edge of the C3000 it won't turn off!

Everything else so far seems to work well...

Again, THANKS for doing this Andy!!!

tongue.gif

Mark
Very Happy Z Owner.....
sriley
ArchiMark is right. "Good" just isn't adequate.

Thank you!
iamasmith
Thanks guys, but as I said it's mainly as a 'headcount'.

Kept it simple so that people that are happy don't need to eulagise whilst people that think the ROM is bad in some way get to say why.
asche
I have installed beta1 without any problems. It works like a charm so far.

Thank you (and all people having worked hard for this) very much :-)
pepilo
Installation without problems, looks great!
Many thanks
euroclie
This is really a good ROM, and I'm sure the few remaining bugs will soon be ironed out! This is what beta versions are made for, of course, and I suspect that most people wouldn't be affected anyway by the (very) few already known issues. smile.gif
elephanti
I'm using this ROM with great pleasure. It is realy great part of hard work.
Only thing that i'm looking for is vpn, becouse it is only way to acces my LAN in at work.
iamasmith
OK, only 13 people using the ROM so far.

If you were the one that found it bad please help us make it good by saying why.

Thanks,

- Andy
fastscirocco
QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 2 2005, 12:57 PM)
OK, only 13 people using the ROM so far.

If you were the one that found it bad please help us make it good by saying why.

Thanks,

- Andy
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I didn't get a chance to install it over the weekend, too many family commitments.
Could someone share how long the process of backing up and installing is?

Thanks and Muchos Gracias for teh new rom!
Chris
ThC
Didn't had time to test it yet ... will try this week-end probably.
BTW thank you for showing the way of making new c3000 roms smile.gif
sriley
Lacking any specific negative feedback, I guess you'll have to assume that the two "Bad" votes are from people who prefer OZ or X and won't like _any_ Qtopia ROM. wink.gif
kurochka
QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 2 2005, 09:57 AM)
OK, only 13 people using the ROM so far.

If you were the one that found it bad please help us make it good by saying why.

Thanks,

- Andy
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Andy,

I (and possibly lot of other non-techies) am watching this thread really carefully and waiting for the gurus to say that the Cacko is safe and easy to use for those who are technically challenged. So, from what I see and hear, Cacko rocks and I will be glad to jump on the wagon when you say it is ready for dummies.

I know that I could only be an obstacle in testing a beta version since I will ask too many stupid questions and won't be able to figure out a solution if something goes wrong.

Thanks and keep up the good work. biggrin.gif
kahm
QUOTE(kurochka @ May 3 2005, 11:37 AM)
I (and possibly lot of other non-techies) am watching this thread really carefully and waiting for the gurus to say that the Cacko is safe and easy to use for those who are technically challenged.  So, from what I see and hear, Cacko rocks and I will be glad to jump on the wagon when you say it is ready for dummies.

I know that I could only be an obstacle in testing a beta version since I will ask too many stupid questions and won't be able to figure out a solution if something goes wrong.

Thanks and keep up the good work. biggrin.gif
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That illustrates the main benefit of Cacko over the OZ project. Cacko starts from Sharp's mature base where everything works. Compared to OZ, it sacrifices speed and open-ness for stability and compatibility. OZ, on the other hand, does the opposite - using more modern compilers and optimizations, it is apparently faster than Sharp's software, and 100% open. Unfortunately, it is not yet a mature product, doesn't support everything 100%, and is poorly documented. My take on it is that with perseverence OZ will be the future of the platform. For the moment, it is better left for those closer to the bleeding edge.

QUOTE(sriley)
Lacking any specific negative feedback, I guess you'll have to assume that the two "Bad" votes are from people who prefer OZ or X and won't like _any_ Qtopia ROM. wink.gif


I find the attitude displayed by many of the vocal OZ supporters quite off-putting. Once we get Cacko3k stable, I'll let them put their ROM where their mouth is and try it out on the 860. Unfortunately, it's primarily the people involved with the OZ project that has kept me away from OZ so far.
euroclie
I do really appreciate the degree of customization (English conversion, KeyHelper, Overclocking...) and the ease of use (Sharp-compatible)associated with the Cacko ROM. But it's true also that sticking with the Sharp applications has some drawbacks, like when those apps are poorly designed (which is the case, for instance, of the datebook application). The fact that the OZ project is open source, indeed, might lead on the long run to more optimized and/or better designed PIM apps, for instance.

For now, I keep the Cacko ROM on my 3k, as I'd really like to have a stable setup that I can rely on (well, if/when I can get my GPRS CF card working, that is... until that time, it's not really satisfying, but after all, nobody but me decided to help beta test it! wink.gif ), but I'll certainly be monitoring the progress of the OZ ROM as well!
iamasmith
QUOTE(kahm @ May 3 2005, 06:35 PM)
...
QUOTE(sriley)
Lacking any specific negative feedback, I guess you'll have to assume that the two "Bad" votes are from people who prefer OZ or X and won't like _any_ Qtopia ROM. wink.gif


I find the attitude displayed by many of the vocal OZ supporters quite off-putting. Once we get Cacko3k stable, I'll let them put their ROM where their mouth is and try it out on the 860. Unfortunately, it's primarily the people involved with the OZ project that has kept me away from OZ so far.
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I think there's a good reason for OZ, but I think that to a certain extent ROMs are like a religion or philosophy, you can be a devout follower and zealously push your views or you can follow what seems sensible to you and respect other's wishes to do the same.

I prefer the latter and I hope that if what you say is indeed true then it's not all down to the fact that folks regard user of Sharp ROM or derivative ROMs like Cacko to require 'education'. We can't really foster a spirit of mutual co-operation and like that and I would really like to see that happen more.

Maybe in an ideal world we would all run one ROM which suited everyone's purpose, some of us will compromise a little performance or open source idealism to get some feature or base stability from the Sharp ROM.

I prefer to think that we have 17 users at present, 2 aren't happy and I would like to know how we can make them happy based around the fact that they understand what we are trying to achieve. So please say what's wrong and we can maybe do something about it.

I kinda expected it would be the people that actually liked the ROM to be less vocal, usually if someone has a beef with a ROM they speak up - that's as I say why I instigated the poll really to find out how many users we have.

And please guys, if someone openly expresses their dislikes and reasons lets not go on a witch hunt (not saying anyone will, just want to be more encouraging here). We can learn from people expressing their dislikes. If people don't like and don't say that's far worse.

Regards,

- Andy
jlmfreire
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
iamasmith
QUOTE(jlmfreire @ May 14 2005, 12:28 PM)
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
*


This is almost certainly because you didn't clear the unit as described in the readme file. The on/off issue indicates this.

- Andy
russell
I've been using Cacko on my C3k for the last week, and I think its a great improvement upon the Sharp ROM.

I'm running it with the latest (18a) tetsu kernel and nearly all is well.

The only problem I have is with the wireless connectivity, as my Ambicom WL1100C v2.2 doesn't work in Managed mode anymore; bit of a nuisance. However I haven't been at home for the last week and using it on the move without wireless connectivity it is great!

Good job so far!

Russell rolleyes.gif
orange
I finally fount the time this weekend to jump on that cacko3kb1 and have to say I already love it wub.gif

thx to all involved
Jacknife
I've been lurking in the Cacko 3K threads since I've joined, and from what I can tell it's going to be (is) a great platform for the Zaurus. There's only a few things that are keeping me from trying out the beta at this point:

1. I'm still a little unsure about the whole flashing process - I want to make sure that I'll be able to un-brick my Zaurus if something goes wrong.

2. I need to get a 256Mb CF card for the flashing process.

3. I'm waiting for the wireless issues with the AmbiCom WL1100C-CF to be resovled.


So hopefully within a month or so I'll be ready for the big switch and will become one of the proud new Cacko Daemons on this site. tongue.gif
darkloran
Hello,

i've been looking at cacko's developements and i was waiting at least for a beta before trying it.
well this week-end, trying to install a libgcc_s.so made my Z (sharp rom) unusable and i decided to try and flash it with cacko. Men what a job you did, i'm amazed smile.gif you must have spent days and nights on understanding how it works...

i've not used it much til today but my Asus WL110 card works really fine and the whole environment is a wonderful feeling.

QUOTE(Jacknife @ May 17 2005, 08:25 AM)
1.  I'm still a little unsure about the whole flashing process - I want to make sure that I'll be able to un-brick my Zaurus if something goes wrong. 

well there is a full procedure to "unbrick" a zaurus written by "pelon" for this. But as i've unbricked my sharp rom zaurus by installing a cacko, i'm quite confident in this process.

QUOTE(Jacknife @ May 17 2005, 08:25 AM)
2.  I need to get a 256Mb CF card for the flashing process.

well a SD card can be used for the flashing process and a 64MB should be enough.

loran
Jacknife
QUOTE(darkloran @ May 17 2005, 04:49 AM)
well there is a full procedure to "unbrick" a zaurus written by "pelon" for this. But as i've unbricked my sharp rom zaurus by installing a cacko, i'm quite confident in this process.
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I've seen the un-bricking page(s) and have them bookmarked... It's good to know that Cacko will also help to un-brick a Zaurus. I guess that I'll try to find a copy of the 1.11JP ROM, and will try my hand at flashing this weekend. ph34r.gif

I don't want to hijack this thread - I'll post comments after I've made the switch. I'm definitely looking forward to having a working copy of samba and cups!
iamasmith
QUOTE(Jacknife @ May 18 2005, 07:36 AM)
.....I'm definitely looking forward to having a working copy of samba and cups!
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Samba yes, CUPS No, sorry we haven't added printing support.
wiredog
Installed it yesterday after being unable to get OZ working properly. Really frustrating when a product (OZ, in this case) is almost usuable. In this case, can't get wireless working properly.

Other than the eye candy being a bit different it seems to be just like the stock Sharp ROM. Have the on/off button problem, presumably due to not zeroing the device beforehand. Need to find a solution for that, which doesn't involve zeroing the device, eventually. For now 'shutdown -h now' is Good Enough.

All in all, and on only one day's use, I like it.
markpmc
The installed went fine. Looks good. I hate to admit it, but the only trouble I've had was with games. The subhunt corupts the menus, requiring a hard boot to correct.

markpmc
kahm
QUOTE(wiredog @ May 18 2005, 05:54 AM)
Installed it yesterday after being unable to get OZ working properly.  Really frustrating when a product (OZ, in this case) is almost usuable.  In this case, can't get wireless working properly.   

Other than the eye candy being a bit different it seems to be just like the stock Sharp ROM.  Have the on/off button problem, presumably due to not zeroing the device beforehand. Need to find a solution for that, which doesn't involve zeroing the device, eventually.  For now 'shutdown -h now' is Good Enough.

All in all, and on only one day's use, I like it.
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You must clear the device *after* you install cacko. If you don't, then you're running half-sharp, half-cacko and a lot of stuff isn't going to work properly.
wiredog
QUOTE(kahm @ May 19 2005, 11:25 PM)
QUOTE(wiredog @ May 18 2005, 05:54 AM)
Installed it yesterday after being unable to get OZ working properly.  Really frustrating when a product (OZ, in this case) is almost usuable.  In this case, can't get wireless working properly.   

Other than the eye candy being a bit different it seems to be just like the stock Sharp ROM.  Have the on/off button problem, presumably due to not zeroing the device beforehand. Need to find a solution for that, which doesn't involve zeroing the device, eventually.  For now 'shutdown -h now' is Good Enough.

All in all, and on only one day's use, I like it.
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You must clear the device *after* you install cacko. If you don't, then you're running half-sharp, half-cacko and a lot of stuff isn't going to work properly.
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Thanks!
Did that and, wow, very nice.

But now I look around and see that OpenBSD 3.7 is released... Hmmm. I forsee a new project for next week.
perseus
QUOTE(jlmfreire @ May 14 2005, 12:28 PM)
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
*



QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 14 2005, 12:34 PM)
QUOTE(jlmfreire @ May 14 2005, 12:28 PM)
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
*


This is almost certainly because you didn't clear the unit as described in the readme file. The on/off issue indicates this.

- Andy
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Hello,

I have the same rotation /mad fonts problem. I actually cleared the unit after installation.

Upon restoring my back up the on/off button would not work. It would not suspend from the tap screen either. I decided to zero it out again and test it without the back up. Everything worked great. On/off button working again. I decided to forget about my back up and reinstall programs and synchronize with my laptop.

I have not had time to test the mad/fonts upon rotation since I just flashed now. I will try to play around with it this weekend. I am a complete newbie and am so thankful for your easy instructions and help from this forum.

Great work Andy!
iamasmith
QUOTE(perseus @ May 28 2005, 06:02 AM)
QUOTE(jlmfreire @ May 14 2005, 12:28 PM)
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
*



QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 14 2005, 12:34 PM)
QUOTE(jlmfreire @ May 14 2005, 12:28 PM)
Hi,

I've just received the C3000 yesterday, but I've already try the Cacko and OZ and Cacko is my preference

but...
- Fonts when rotatin get mad
- on/off button does not work (major problem)

Never the less its a great work.

Joao
*


This is almost certainly because you didn't clear the unit as described in the readme file. The on/off issue indicates this.

- Andy
*



Hello,

I have the same rotation /mad fonts problem. I actually cleared the unit after installation.

Upon restoring my back up the on/off button would not work. It would not suspend from the tap screen either. I decided to zero it out again and test it without the back up. Everything worked great. On/off button working again. I decided to forget about my back up and reinstall programs and synchronize with my laptop.

I have not had time to test the mad/fonts upon rotation since I just flashed now. I will try to play around with it this weekend. I am a complete newbie and am so thankful for your easy instructions and help from this forum.

Great work Andy!
*



OK, the actual reason for the power button thing is this.

Standard Sharp ROM has apm as a binary. In the Cacko ROM we rename it to apm.rom and replace it with a script so that we can do things on suspend/resume and we call apm.rom to actually perform the suspend (with parameters passed to the script).

In the read only partition lies the apm.rom and apm script. These need linking to symbolic links in the read/write partition and this is done by unpacking the home image stored within the ROM. This happens when you clear the device as described.

If not done correctly only the link to apm exists, not apm.rom which means apm can't find the apm.rom (original binary) and can't therefore suspend the unit.

To test I would suggest starting a command prompt and using...

apm -s

This should suspend the unit if working correctly. If apm.rom is shown as missing then for some reason the clear process didn't work correctly although a successful clear simply restores a tarball to 'populate' the home area.

Note: Restoring a Sharp ROM backup removes the links and re-establishes the Sharp ROM based links so this will break the Cacko ROM. You need to restore PIM data by Synchronisation and copy other stuff back by files... Please see FAQs on OESF for more detailed information... have fun!

- Andy
perseus
Thanks for the detailed information Andy.

Great work!
The_Poet
After some problems with reading the read-me file (My fault, not the development team), I finally installed Cacko on my Zaurus...I really like it...its great! The looks are very clean, and, although I haven't used the Z for anything like internet access or any major workout...I am pleased.


Great work.
TechMetal
I might be a bit late on this but I've finally installed cacko3k on my Z. So far everything works great! The Planex wifi card didn't work (even after installing the modules from the Sharp support site) initially but after adding an entry in /etc/pcmcia/wlan-ng.conf, the Z managed to get a wlan connection!
Jacknife
After deciding that I'd probably never feel fully prepared for flashing my system, I decided to do it after I got off work this morning. Flashed to Sharp 1.11JP ROM, and then to Cacko 1.23...

Everything looks beautiful, and it was incredibly easy to do - just had to follow the simple steps in the readme that iamasmith provided. I've poked around on the system a bit, and love the extra features/layout. wub.gif

I briefly attempted to connect to my home network with my AmbiCom WL1100-CF card, and it showed that I was connected for about 10 seconds before the low signal icon appears. Haven't been able to see my network yet, but I'll play with this a little more after I wake up in a few hours.

I'd like to thank everyone for all of their hard work!!! Hopefully I'll be able to help out more with development once I get accustomed to the Zaurus and IPKs. It's hard to devote much time to testing since I'm working 60-80+ hour weeks for work, but I'll try my best in helping to report bugs (and hopefully bug-fixes). Thanks again!
miho
Thanks for this great Rom!!!

I really like it. Ok, there are some strange bugs. I can not go into detail at the moment because I am just finished with the installation. But anyway, it seems much better than the sharp rom to me.

Is there a cacko feed especially for C3k or which one shall I use?

greets,
miho
soundio
good work smile.gif
rickvin
Thanks for the great rom.

I've been using it on my 5500 for a year and now I have had a 3000 for 2 months and I've only had two issues. One was self inflicted by not resetting after the flash. The second problem is a bit more perplexing. When I start an application, any application, the system will partially reboot and hang at the cacko screen forcing me to hit the reset button. I haven't noticed any pattern of starts and it seems to be completely random. After resetting the application can be started without crashing. I've reflashed 3 times and the problem still remains.
piku
Ok my experience with cacko is pretty good, except there's some stability issues sharp rom doesn't have. If my system has been booted for a while (like say 2 weeks) but generally sleeping due to lack of use, and I turn on the slc3k and try to run a low resolution program (magnified mode) the zaurus crashes and shows the slc3kb1 boot screen. Some hard drive accesses for a short time and then it stops and does nothing. Only solution I can see is to pull the battery and reboot. I had it doing this pretty reliably executing doom and some other programs but it seems mostly to do with the resolution change rather than any specific program. I had no such instability on sharp rom. In fact I never had a full out crash on sharp rom. This is with multiple version of tetsu kernels too so.... I suppose it could be due to some incompatibilities in some software I've installed or whatnot. I notice certain things are a guaranteed crash like zRSS.
ArchiMark
Question for iamasmith or anyone else, please...

I need to edit the 'etc/sudoers' file per Meanie's Debian install instructions.

Not thinking that Cacko already had installed 'sudo', I like others following his instructions, installed version 1.6.3p7-2 of sudo manually. While this worked and I was able to use 'visudo' to edit the 'etc/sudoers' file and get Debian running OK.

However, something happened to 'On/Off' functionality when I tried to re-install X/Qt the other day using his new 'jumbo X/Qt' package. After install, I could no longer turn off my C3000 using the 'On/Off' button.

Coincidentally, someone just posted a similar situation regarding this. They think that this version of 'sudo' caused problem and found that only by reflashing Z with Cacko corrected this problem.

So I did the same thing and reflashed and all is good again...

So, now want to get X/Qt/Debian up and running again, but want to avoid this problem again if possible....

Hence my question.....

With the version of 'sudo' installed by the Cacko3K b1.23:

A) Can I use the visudo command? If so, how to invoke it? I've tried but get 'command not found' message.

cool.gif If I can't use 'visudo' with the version installed by Cacko3K, then how can I edit the 'etc/sudoers' file??

Thanks for any help!
Stilgar
Another happy user here.
The keyhelper installation is just great - just the keys I've wanted to be mapped (/) are mapped.
Nice interface as well. The thing I'm waiting for is the wireless drivers mess to be resolved - currently I can't use WPA with my card, which is a real shame.
TechMetal
I'm currently testing bluez on the cacko3k but I can't seem to find the init scripts for it. It's supposed to be in /etc/rc.d/init.d/bluetooth isn't it? Where is it? Because of this missing script I'm now wondering if I was able to make a complete Cacko ROM install. Is there a way to check this?

Otherwise I'm able access and use the usual BT utility commands (hcitool, sdptool).
AndyTiedye
Has anyone actually gotten the Ambicom WL1100C to work with Cacko on the 3K
or would I need to buy a new wireless card if I want to use Cacko?

If you got it to work, can you use it with WPA?
Jacknife
QUOTE(AndyTiedye @ Jun 27 2005, 01:07 AM)
Has anyone actually gotten the Ambicom WL1100C to work with Cacko on the 3K or would I need to buy a new wireless card if I want to use Cacko?

If you got it to work, can you use it with WPA?
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My AmbiCom WL1100C works with Cacko 3.21b. Check out this post.
orange
one thing I would realy like to see is screen rotation in the other directon

cuz if you got the Z in PDA/Viewmode (Screen Rotated to landscape) and hold it with your left hand you always got the WLAN card in the way
mschellens
QUOTE(iamasmith @ May 1 2005, 05:45 AM)
OK, just looking to try to nail down the numbers to see if things are worthwhile.

If you are using Cacko 3K at all in any form then please just answer even if you don't feel like posting an answer.

I would like problems posted on the 3k-feedback thread that Kahm started, however, I welcome general criticism either way on this thread.

BTW: Don't think you are being counted for PayPal nags. I'm not into that at the moment.

I am considering possibly using PayPal if people want to contribute towards getting certain hardware tested because I have a Bluetooth and WLAN card and I'm probably not going to buy another unless someone buys one for me... hardware contributions would be another option. - Let me know what your opinions would be on this if you like.. I certainly wouldn't intend living on the proceeds... (yeah, right in Chiswick!?)

Please vote,

- Andy
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I installed it yesterday. Looks smooth. But when I restored my backup, suspend
did't work at all anymore.
Any idea why? Before I used Sharp 1.11 rom.
Anyway, I reset the device (format hdd, Ok menu, 3., 1.) and the initial Cacko rom suspends
fine.
Thanks for the good work!
ms

PS: cold you document, what tools you exactly use to produce the rom?
Would be very nice to be able to play with it myself.
euroclie
QUOTE(mschellens @ Jul 4 2005, 07:34 AM)
I installed it yesterday. Looks smooth. But when I restored my backup, suspend
did't work at all anymore.
Any idea why? Before I used Sharp 1.11 rom.

I think that you shouldn't restore your Sharp ROM backup "as is". It contains some config files that will conflict with Cacko's files. As far as I can remember, the suspend stuff is changed in the Cacko ROM: apm is now a script that does things in addition to simply calling the old apm binary, as far as I can remember, so restoring your backup will prevent that from happening, and the suspend stuff from working.

The only thing you can do is extract your personal data from your backup, and restore only that, not any system file. But you'll have to do this manually, I'm afraid. I think that was part of the alpha version readme, but I can't find it again in the beta 1 readme... This problem has also been mentioned already in this or another thread, you'll want to look for those messages using the board search engine for a more accurate answer, I'm afraid! wink.gif

Hope this helps, though...
erbol
Hello to All!

I'm new here. Very much interested in Cacko 3K. I'm wondering if it would work for C3100.

Thank you.
whaq
I, too, am really hoping to see Cacko on my C31H(undred) upon seeing the overwhelming good reviews. Is it possible with quick hacks to the install script? What's the 'official' plan for C3100 support?
totsubo
I'm one of those who voted Bad. And to be honest it's not a reflection on Cacko itslef but more on the fact that it can't be installed without losing Japanese dictionaries/etc.

As soon as it is possible to retain these and Japanese input methods I'm jumping over.
iamasmith
Hi, this is just a post to say that this project isn't dead and forgotten.

I have had a lot going on and am builiding up as a contractor at the moment so I haven't had chance to do a lot of stuff with the Z and my thoughts are to wait until Anton's SL-C1000 project is out before any other adaptions.

Point taken about the Japanese input stuff. As soon as I have something that works in a pure English mode I will adapt the build to include back in the Japanese stuff.

- Andy
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