I am running the latest version of Cacko on my Zaurus sl-c3100, but I have installed debian onto my harddrive in a very standard and normal way. By this I mean, I downloaded the zaurus-big-v0.18.tgz, extracted it to my /hdd3/debroot folder, ran the postinst.sh. I then removed the INSTALL.d/ directory, as I no longer needed it.
For more information, I followed the instructions here in the section "Installing Debian GNU/Linux"
The only thing I changed was I installed onto my harddrive, not my flash drive.
However I cannot get anything to start. I run the command 'Vncserver' and then 'Fbvnc' but I now get errors, and before nothing happened. When I run 'Vncserver' I get the message:
chroot: cannot execute zvncserver: Too many levels of symbolic links
and of course 'Fbvnc' will not work if the previous command will not work.
I have had a lot of trouble in the past with just getting the vnc GUI session to start after I get debian installed. I really just need some help actually starting the debian system that I installed.
I don't care if I have to reinstall, or what I need to do. If someone has a good idea on how to install debian onto their z3100 and then actually start a GUI session, please tell me. Thanks.