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xamindar
I have a version of Opera installed on my c3100 that doesn't quite work right. It randomly crashes and doesn't display the "collomn" display style correctly. Everything is extremely small as if it was being resized for the 240x320 zaurus.

Also, I am not able to get the one from the cacko feed as the link seems broken and some goof decided to disallow directory listing on the cacko feed.

So I'm wondering which ipk is the best for my zaurus. Is it the cacko one? I remember when I used cacko opera seemed to work perfectly.

Thanks for any help.
Jon_J
There's a couple versions on this cacko feed.
http://web.mol.ru/~zaurus/feed/
(I don't use Opera, so I don't have any info about them.)
below is what the packages file describes them as.

------------------------------------------------------------
Package: opera
Version: 7.25-lite-2
Section: qpe/network
Architecture: arm
Maintainer: Anton Maslovsky <my-zaurus@narod.ru>
MD5Sum: 822d2af1f53f51beb4c5a3805dd323a1
Size: 1878277
Filename: opera_7.25-lite-2_arm.ipk
Description: Opera Web Browser


Package: operac3k
Version: 7.55.6079-c3k-2
Section: web
Architecture: arm
Maintainer: Stein Kulseth <steink@opera.com>
MD5Sum: 9ed33ea848258a286cf6cdfca06a10f5
Size: 2516206
Filename: operac3k_7.55.6079-c3k-2_arm.ipk
Description: The Opera Web Browser
Welcome to the Opera Web browser. It is smaller, faster,
customizable, powerful, yet user-friendly. Opera eliminates
sluggish performance, HTML standard violations, desktop
domination, and instability. This robust Web browser lets you
navigate the Web at incredible speed and offers you the best
Internet experience.
-------------------------------------------------------------
The original package from IBM's website has been modified to
correct some problems which prevented it from being used
'as is' on a Sharp SL-C3000 Zaurus after installation.
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Cresho
if that one fails, do the one i have posted

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...=15584&hl=opera
Jon_J
QUOTE(Cresho @ Jun 27 2006, 01:50 PM)
if that one fails, do the one i have posted

http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...=15584&hl=opera
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Found them here:
http://www014.upp.so-net.ne.jp/boxer-j/opera7.html

opera_sl-5x00-7.30.9965_arm.ipk
opera-cseries-fix_7.30_arm.ipk
rebski
If it helps, I am running Opera on my C1000, version opera_7.55.6079-c3k-2_arm.ipk.

I am assuming that you have the link to the relevant feed already.

Post if stuck.
xamindar
Strange, I can't get any of them to work now.

Opera seems to pop up briefly but has no icons in the title bar, then dies. If I run it from the console it spits out this:
CODE
opera
Display size = 480x640
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_mouse.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_keyboard.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_mouse.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_keyboard.ini"    


I don't know if that is related or anything. It seems like opera is not able to load the title bar icons.
Meanie
QUOTE(xamindar @ Jul 3 2006, 04:30 PM)
Strange, I can't get any of them to work now.

Opera seems to pop up briefly but has no icons in the title bar, then dies.  If I run it from the console it spits out this:
CODE
opera
Display size = 480x640
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_mouse.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_keyboard.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_mouse.ini"
opera: Could not find "ini/standard_keyboard.ini"    


I don't know if that is related or anything.  It seems like opera is not able to load the title bar icons.
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your system sounds way messed up.
you need to run

CODE
sudo ln -sf /opt/QtPalmtop/opera /usr/share/opera
xamindar
Interesting, it worked. How did you know?
Anyway, thanks!
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