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23 Apr 2006

I just bought a Symbol Wifi CF card (LA-4100). After messing around I finally managed to get it work with orinoco-spectrum_cs and extracted firmware from original WIndows drivers and I'm able to connected with WEP/104.

Now my questions smile.gif
Is there any way to have WPA with this card ? I didn't find on the web a way to make orinoco spectrum_cs speak with wpa_supplicant. And I'm kind of puzzled with orinoco/hostap/wan-ng and I can't figure out if orinoco is my only way to have this card working.

Thank's in advance for your help.
23 Mar 2006
Ok, I spent quite some time trying to find some relevant information about changing Zaurus contrast. I failled. So here I'm smile.gif

First, I found Zaurus screen very nice but after a while I found it also not very contrasted. As far as I can see it is not very linear. Dark on white is good, but light gray on white is nearly impossible to see. Changing backlight level don't help.

I'm using pdaXrom, so my first question is : does anyone have this problem with the original rom ?

During my search I undertood that pxafb driver is in charge of managing framebuffer system for pxa270 cpu. I downloaded sources but no luck, nothing about contrast or gamma corection.

So Doe's anyone know if there is a way to change this contrast level ? I feel impossible that this device don't have one. Or perhaps it is possible to hack the pxafb driver in order to make real time gamma correction?

Thanks for you answers, I feel a bit in the dark with my too bright screen ;-)
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