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Spain / Teclado inhalambrico Targus Universal.
« on: February 09, 2004, 11:01:47 am »
Si, por favor.  Envialo a:


Accessories / Targus IR Keyboard for 5600?
« on: February 09, 2004, 10:17:48 am »
Are there any other drivers or changes that need to be made (SL5500, Sharp3.1) to make it work?

Spain / Teclado inhalambrico Targus Universal.
« on: February 05, 2004, 10:03:25 am »
Qual \"driver\" usa Ud?  Busque en el Targus sitio y no mencionan el Z.

Accessories / Targus IR Keyboard for 5600?
« on: February 05, 2004, 09:44:41 am »
Which Targus IR keyboard works for the Z (5500)?  I was just looking at them on Amazon and they\'re all for IPAQ or Clie or something else -  not Z.

General Discussion / What ROMS are you using?
« on: January 28, 2004, 02:02:49 pm »
I use the Sharp 3.1.  I\'m actually quite interested in going to OZ but I\'m afraid my keyboard (Flexis - USB connected) won\'t work.  I really like that keyboard!

Software / making a script launchable
« on: December 16, 2003, 09:43:28 am »
Do I need to un-install the previous terminal application first?

Software / making a script launchable
« on: December 15, 2003, 03:44:20 pm »
I have some Java apps that I have been perfectly happy launching manually from a terminal (I don\'t need to clutter up my apps tab with only seldom used icons).  I wrote a script in /home/zaurus to make them easier to get to.  Essentially I use bash \"select\" to choose either SD or CF (I have apps on both), \"cd\" to the right .../java/ directory and source another bash script to choose among the classes there.  As I said, I was happy to do it that way until I read the following in the HowTo section of this forum:

The more flexible way
To make it so that you can tap a script in the Document/Files tab and it will launch in the terminal, follow the instructions below:  

1) Install the latest version of Embedded Konsole
2) Edit the file /home/QtPalmtop/etc/mime.types and if it does not have an entry for \"application/x-sh\" then add the following line  

 application/x-sh      sh

3) Edit the Embedded Konsole desktop icon file, which is usually /home/QtPalmtop/apps/Applications/embeddedkonsole.desktop, and add the following lines:  

 MimeType = application/x-sh
 MimeTypeIcons = konsole/Terminal

4) Restart Qtopia
5) Create a shell script anywhere where it will be visible on the Documents/Files tab, give the it the filename extension \'.sh\', and make sure it is executable with the command:  

 chmod a+x

Then when you tap the script file in the Documents/Files tab it will launch within the Konsole application. It is important that you give the script file a \'.sh\' filename extension as that is how it is associated with the Mime Type application/x-sh and that in turn is associated with the Embedded Konsole application.

I thought that sounded like it would be worth a try.  Now I can \"launch\" my script from the file menu but it just brings up the terminal; it does not run my script (i.e., give me the menu).  Just in case it matters, this is the script, (it runs fine from the terminal if I type \".\")
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. chprmpt

select dir in cf card;


cd /mnt/$dir/QtPalmtop/java




Any hints what I\'m doing wrong?

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