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Hi all,

I recently acquired a Sharp SL-C1000, and after much trouble,
I was able to flash the ROM to Cacko 1.23 ROM, and update the
SDHC drivers to recognize a 32GB SDHC card now.

The next thing to deal with is internet connection, and I also acquired
a few wifi and LAN CF cards from Japan:

(i)  Planex Communications CF-10T CF Ethernet adapter card
(ii) Planex Communications GW-CF54G 54Mbps wireless CF adapter
(iii) Buffalo Airstation WLI2-CF-S11 2.4GHz/11Mbps wifi CF Card

However, none of them seem to work.

Does anybody has experience using the above network cards and
set up the connection via wifi or LAN ?

BTW, what browser are you used?
The Netfront browser looks very old.......


Zaurus - Other distros support / Sharp SL-Cxxxx how-to tutorial for newbies?
« on: September 05, 2021, 03:28:54 pm »
I recently acquired a used Sl-C1000 from Japan.
Despite being a long-time Unix/Linux user, I still feel puzzled and unsupported
when trying to mod the machine S/W.

So, I qould like to know if  there a "how-to" file?
eg,  how to install ipks? And how to get a shell(text command shell)? ... etc

I try to install the SDHC support ipk by double-click on it, and this
lauches the package installer,  but the system complains that the
"file name is not supported" afterwards? Any hint?


Zaurus - Hardware discussion / Sharp SL-C1000 SDHC support
« on: August 28, 2021, 10:38:32 pm »
Hi all,

I recently acquired a used SL-C1000 from Japan, and it only supports SD card,
which has a limit of 2GB, and the cards are expensive.

I tried to browse through this forum, but most file links are
dead due to its age.

Do you know any way to add support for SDHC card or SDXC cards?
Which Linux distro will natively support SDHC/SDXC?
Or is there some driver I can download?

Thanks for your input in advance,

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