however, reading the final page of the HH.org bootloader instructions, and watching the output of the terminal, it seems the bootloader is looking for a differently named image, and would automatically install without the need for the terminal, if it was correctly named.
i then continued as instructed, i.e. "copy hda1:/rootfs.jffs2 root" and the install completed. i then booted into angstrom.
- the touch screen seems slightly inaccurate, especially noticeable within the virtual keyboard. recalibration improved this slightly
- virtual keyboard (ol' good keyboard - qwertyGB geometry layout) seems to misbehave - various keys sometimes behave as if the enter key had been pressed - d especially. this happens within terminal.
- virtual keyboard size - would be nice if the keyboard width was parametric, so something like original small CE keyboard could be displayed
- Keys and Buttons setup - no button configuration available for this device - would be good to have the hardware buttons mappable, to enable the keyboard button, right click, and change the behaviour of the 4 way switch.
- Battery monitor - does not seem to reflect battery status when on battery - if charging (connected to mains) battery juice is accurately shown as 64% for instance, but once unplugged, battery status jumps to 100%, and never drops until device goes flat and powers down
- WiFi - tried three wlan pcmcia cards - only one worked. three cards are
- siemens i-gate 11m - works natively under CE but fails to init "cs: pcmcia_socket0: time out after reset."
- Xircom CWE1100 - fails to init "cs: pcmcia_socket0: time out after reset."
- Linksys WPC11 ver.3 - plug and play
- Wireless monitor panel utility - does not reflect status of wifi card
All in all, not too bad. Only other issue thus far is the lack of space - really cramped, so not been able to install anything