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General Discussion / Motorola Droid
« on: November 23, 2009, 05:39:24 pm »
I sold my Tosa a while ago to get a combined phone/PDA (it's an LG Incite, I like it alot, but it's Windows Mobile) (bad choice, by the way, I desperately miss it) and my heart is aching for embedded linux.  I haven't thought much at all about Android because I'm not a google fanboy.  I use because it is powerful and simple, I use gmail because it is well organized and effective.  I certainly don't make a point of loving the company.  

But the Motorola Droid has really piqued my interest (it is certainly sexy hardware) as an embedded linux device.  Does anyone here have the Droid, (or even a different Android phone) that can speak to the experience?  How powerful is it as a linux platform?  How modifiable is the distribution/hardware?  Would you recommend an Android Phone?


PS- Since I'm on AT&T here in the US, the CDMA(Verison) 'DROID' won't work for me.  The "MILESTONE' is a GSM(AT&T/T-Mobile) version of the same phone.  Is there anyone in Germany or Italy that would be willing to/capable of exporting the phone for me?

For Sale / Wanted / [sold] Emobile Sharp Em-one S01sh
« on: October 12, 2009, 01:31:28 pm »
Can is run Linux?

For Sale / Wanted / Fs: Sl-6000 (tosa)
« on: April 11, 2009, 05:45:17 pm »
Quote from: relei

Would you ship to Germany?


Sorry for the delayed response Rene,

I would be happy to ship to gremany, if you'd pay for shippign (which UPS quotes as about 80-90 USD.)  Shipping out of the country I'd need payment via paypal, but other then that I don't mind shipping to Germany at all.

For Sale / Wanted / Fs: Sl-6000 (tosa)
« on: February 26, 2009, 12:32:27 pm »
Quote from: AeroSigma
I usually have left the device on, or suspended, but when I turn it off I sometime have to press the power button quite a few times to get it to turn back on. It always has turned on for me, but sometimes I just have to be patient for a minute or two. I haven't noticed this when resuming from a suspended state.

I fixed this.  I'm not sure what was wrong, but I restored a NAND backup from a short while ago and the problem was fixed.

For Sale / Wanted / Fs: Sl-6000 (tosa)
« on: February 23, 2009, 01:42:56 pm »
*UPDATE*  I've listed this on eBay starting at $200.  Click here if you're interested.

I know that you all know what the Tosa is like, so I won't try to sell you on it.  I hate to get rid of it, but since the company gave me a laptop, I've got just too much electronics to carry around.

Here's some of the programs that I've put on it.  I've installed an Tetsu's optimized kernel which, among other optimizations lets you overclock. I run it at 600Mhz with no problems.  I have installed some other programs like a memory monitor, enhanced battery monitor and VNC capability, as well as some good video and emulation software.

I'll include a CD that has a copy of the original CD that came from Sharp as well Mirrors from a couple of the feeds, so you'll have a local compy of some of the programs. I'll include a 2GB CF card too. It has a USB docking-station and power cord that came with the device, as well as a seperate USB tether cord. It has a screen protector as well as the removable clear plastic flip-up screen guard. I also have a USB adapter (mini-B to Female A). and i'll include a portable rollable rubber keyboard too.

There is a little cosmetic crack on the bottom corner of the device that dosen't effect operation, and could be fixed with a little silver paint. I usually have left the device on, or suspended, but when I turn it off I sometime have to press the power button quite a few times to get it to turn back on. It always has turned on for me, but sometimes I just have to be patient for a minute or two. I haven't noticed this when resuming from a suspended state.

Hopefully this can go to good use.  It's a great PDA, but I am forced to consolidate.  I'm asking $300 or best offer. Shoot me a PM if you're interested.

New products and alternatives / Please Tell Me I'm Not Mad
« on: November 07, 2008, 11:30:05 am »
I think it's sexy!  Of course I'm kinda into CyberPunk, so maybe you shouldn't listen to me.    I don't doubt you could get linux running on it.  It's got a VIA C7 chip, the same as the HP mini-note netbook, and it's x86 compatible.  Even if you can't find a way to boot from removable media, the new releases of Ubuntu come with Wubi, which lets you set up and install linux from inside windows, and uses the Windows boot menu to choose dual-boot. Compared to getting linux running on a Dreamcast, this will probably be trivial.

New products and alternatives / Aigo P8860
« on: October 23, 2008, 02:26:47 pm »
I just found out about the Aigo P8860 MID, and it's piqued my interest.  Does anyonw know much about it?  It's preformance capabilities?  I'm really thinking about the Pandora, but I want to evaluate all my options first.

New products and alternatives / Who's Getting A Pandora?
« on: October 17, 2008, 06:18:09 pm »
I missed the dealine, so I'll have to wait until 2009.  

I'll probably have to sell my SL-6000 for it though :-(   (for both money to buy the pandora, and to not have too many gadgets to carry around all the time.)

User Request for Applications / Gcc
« on: August 08, 2008, 10:51:15 am »
That would be nice, but thier website seems to indeicate that tcc "generates x86 code" and I would need ARM code to run on my Zaurus, right?

User Request for Applications / Gcc
« on: August 07, 2008, 07:30:58 pm »
I've got an SL-6000 running the Sharp ROM on Tetsu's Kernel, and I need gcc.  I've tried installing zgcc2 I've followed directions for zgcc elswhere, I've tried zgcc from pdaXrom, none of them have worked.  Can anyone point me to a simple way to get a c compiler on my zaurus?  I'm not trying to compile big awsome applications to run on my Z, I don't need make or ./configure, I just want to be able to compile and run simple self-coded programs while I'm learning C. Can anyone help me out here?


Guylhem Rom / fast 6000 kernel, along with special libsdl
« on: July 14, 2008, 07:25:24 pm »
I've got Tetsu's kernel too (from the site, just like trichmon), and when overcolocked, it is faster.  I downloaded a pretty hefty video, and it runs noticably smoother when over clocked.  PS, I've downloaded the qclockchange applet as well.  It works great, but make sure it's executed as root (hold the stylus on the icon to get the menu.)

I was wondering, does anyone have a copy of the libsdl that guylhem mentions in the first post?  I'd like to try it out with the hardware buttons for SNES, but of course, is down.


PocketPenguin / Gumstix
« on: July 14, 2008, 06:49:32 pm »
Hell, I'm intrested.  If you do get this, take some close-up pictures and send them my way.  I'd love to help design an integrated case with the touchscreen.  We could probably find a OTS battery to fit behind the screen, next to the gumsitx.  I think it would be really cool to compile a list of components to assemble your own PDA, and I imagine that alot of members here would be intrested.

Sharp ROMs / Fast Kernel Packages.
« on: June 29, 2008, 02:21:44 pm »
Thanks.  I checked it out, but that site only has kernels labeld for the clamshell models.  Can I use on of them on my SL-6000?

Sharp ROMs / Fast Kernel Packages.
« on: June 25, 2008, 04:15:04 pm »
I would really like to try out the fast kernel on my Sharp ROM.  I've got the zImage, conslscroll and, directly from Testu's site, but I can't get the other componentes referenced in the wiki, since is down.  I have the kernel modules from Tetsu's site (it's an .ipkg format, but it directs to /lib/modules, so that should be fine.) but I don't have the updated keyboard definitions.  

Does anyone have the keyboard definitions: holdkey.tbl, keycode.tbl and keysymbols.tbl?

Shoulding the Open Zaurus sub forum in  Distros, Development, and Model Specific Forums > Distro Support and Discussion be changed to Angstrom, seeing as the project has changed?

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