As my 3200 is now running two gftp side by side (one uploading to jpmatrix's, the other kkazakov13's
), I found one more thing interesting about the different behaviors of the same rootfs on 3200 and 860.
The landscape/portrait function of switchevd in 2or0's zaurusd package behave in opposite ways!
On 3200, it works just fine.
On 860, X will start in the portrait mode. Turning the screen into portrait makes the screen switch in landscape mode.
So I need to adjust the values in /etc/zaurud/hinge-landscape.d/20-matchbox-landscape (normal -> left) and /etc/zaurusd/hinge-portrait.d/20-matchbox-portrait (right -> normal) . Then it works as expected.
Now go dealing with the touchscreen...
jpmatrix, I have a question about your trick in post #39:
You said you did this:
rmmod mousedev (for the stylus jittering)
ln -s ts0 event1
then startx, open a console and ts_calibrate to recalibrate the screen
"rmmod mousedev" doesn't work, (ERROR: Module is in use)
And in /dev/input, event1 is already there, but no ts0, so why "ln -s ts0 event1"?
I will try to create a tarball for 860 if the touchscreen is also fixed.
Just comment out the line "module_raw corgi" in /etc/ts.conf, and then
Edit ~/.profile. Change /dev/input/ts0 to /dev/input/event1. No symlink is necessary.
One more different behaviour using 2or0's yonggun-specific packages with Angstrom.
The ipaq-sleep package does not seem to work. Pressing power button will not power off the machine. It stays on and returns to the previous display in a few seconds. Removing the package suspend/resume work as expected.