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Zaurus - pdaXrom / Resuming Problem
« on: February 07, 2007, 06:33:13 pm »
Hey guys.  It's been a while.

I just installed 1.1.0r121 on my c760 and everything seemed to go smoothly, but now whenever I suspend, that's the end of it - it never resumes.  Power button, Home, .. nothing has any effect.

I also noticed that it can't seem to read the battery status.  If I type apm at a shell, it reports battery critical @ 5%.  I'm getting an error - sharpsl-pm sharpsl-pm: Error: AC check failed during boot.  I dunno if the two problems are related, but maybe it thinks the battery is too low to resume.

Any ideas?

BTW - I really like the blinking memory access light.

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Linux 2.6
« on: September 21, 2005, 02:39:40 pm »
Hey sashz,

I played with OZ/bitbake a few weeks ago and while the userspace stuff has a long ways to go, Linux 2.6 seemed a lot snappier and included a GPL version of the SDMMC driver (solving the I/O error on resume once and for all).

Is it a huge deal to get pdaXrom running on top of it instead of 2.4?  Admittedly I haven't tried yet but I recall there being at least a video patch or something in there for the X server, and doubtless others.

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Rc11
« on: September 20, 2005, 04:10:17 pm »
We can never have enough of these so..

I just installed rc11 and man... pdaXrom rules so much it's hard to express.  Everything seems to "just work" the way it's supposed to.  And given what you guys had to start with (practically undocumented product with miserable source from Sharp), it's unbelievable.

Just donated and I plan to keep it up!  Laze, Sashz, and everyone else who contributed code or money.. thank you so much.

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Rc10?
« on: April 14, 2005, 04:56:58 pm »
Hi guys,

Is anyone still working on pdaxrom?  Is there an RC10 in the near future?

Zaurus - pdaXrom / Linux 2.6
« on: February 19, 2005, 12:56:25 pm »
Linux 2.6 is looking pretty good on the 7x0 series these days... It's much more stable and smoother than 2.4; is there a near future prospect?

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