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Does anyone know what this is? I connected to the local WLAN and started up Opera, which complained that there were certificate problems. I clicked "Accept," after which, apparently, Opera tried repeatedly to open a (nonexistant) file called /dev/shm/.operasave, failed, and gave up.
Don't know about the /dev/shm part... On my Sharp 3.0 ROM, Opera uses a directory called /home/zaurus/.operasave

You may want to try creating the .operasave dir by hand in the home dir of whatever user (zaurus, root, etc.) you're logged in as & make sure that it has write permission.
I have the basiclysame thing in dillo. Links to /dev/shm
I can't find where or what they are. Anyone familar with the dev system?
/dev/shm is a temporary ram based folder - basically a ram drive for saving cache etc - faster than writing to flash or SD/CF cards or harddisks, more commonly used on Linux desktops where RAM is readily available
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