Well, somehow I just screwed up my Cacko install. Now when I reboot, It just turns off on the slash screen. Once it runs though all that text initialization, it'll goto a 'Cacko and Qtopia is loading' screen. Part way through the splash, the screen used to 'flare up', like it just finished loading it's settings for the screen brightness. After the flare up, the little cross-hair would appear.
Currently, my Z just shuts down before the flare up, and never reaches the cross-hair.
How very fragile Linux is ...
Before this happened, I was trying to get my new Linksys WCF12 working. This was no easy task and I never succeeding in getting it to connect. While working on this, the music player froze and wouldn't close via the X in the right hand corner, so I hit the reset in the back of the device. BIG MISTAKE, my problems started from there.
I'm not really looking for help, unless someone knows exactly what's wrong. I'm just going to flash with Cacko again, and try to get my WiFi working.
Me and my Z have a love-hate relationship, but mostly it's the OS I hate. I'm not advocating MS. Windows Media is no better with all the deception and copyright crap, but atleast it's stable. But after seeing what a Z is capable of, Ill never look back.
Hopefully a usable version of Pdaxrom will be available soon.