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realm
I just got rc12 up on my c3000. running great but have one problem i haven't been able to fix so far. When i use Fn 2(+) to zoom in the display turns white. when i press Fn 1 (-) the display goes back to normal. anyone know what is broken, and how i can fix it?
albertr
Look here:

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=16069

-albertr
fastscirocco
QUOTE(realm @ Nov 15 2005, 07:47 PM)
I just got rc12 up on my c3000. running great but have one problem i haven't been able to fix so far. When i use Fn 2(+) to zoom in the display turns white. when i press Fn 1 (-) the display goes back to normal. anyone know what is broken, and how i can fix it?
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How did you get RC12 running on your C3000, I didn't think it was ported
to the C3000 yet.

Would you mind filling me in?

Tx

FS
kahm
QUOTE(fastscirocco @ Nov 22 2005, 07:16 PM)
How did you get RC12 running on your C3000, I didn't think it was ported
to the C3000 yet.

Would you mind filling me in?

Tx

FS
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I second this question. I'm about to get a 3100, and I wanted PDAXRom for my 3k...
fastscirocco
Well any info for us C3000 owners?
Da_Blitz
Have you searched the fourm, it should be futher down the page somewhere for rc10 as well as an update in a seperate theread about rc 12
realm
sorry haven't checked the fourm lately with finals going on. The quick version is I searched for how to make debian run on my c3000 first, that brought my c3000 to where it would boot to a command prompt. then i grabed a tar of the rc12 filesystem and copied it to my c3000, with debian inside of it. i have a startx script on the built in flash that chroots to the pdaxrom directory and does what is needed to start x. it behaves just like my c860, with suspend and all, had to change a few scripts for that. inside of it i have a chrooted debian setup, and do all my compiling natively there.

i'll do a more indepth howto this week or next, i'm late for class now though again. i hope this gives interested people a good start.
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