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6 Sep 2009
I'm going to Tokyo in two weeks and would like to get some accessories for my Zaurus C1000 there, especially a spare battery, a CF GPS card and maybe a CF Ethernet adaptor (used or new) - can anybody indicate a good shop for those items? Thanks in advance, Hannes
1 Sep 2009
I'm going to Japan in a few weeks and was wondering if any C3100 owner would be willing to provide me with the necessary files to try MobileMap on my C1000, if this is at all possible?
31 Aug 2009
I'm using Cacko lite 1.23 with japanese-support-C1k installed for the japanese input methods. I seem to have a problem creating flashcards in toMOTko with one side in japanese and the other side in english - after inserting japanese text I close the virtual keyboard to input english via the real keyboard and the japanese text disappears. I guess I must be doing something wrong...
Also, is there some documentation about the japanese input methods? I'm still in the early stage of learning hiragana and katakana, but I would to know how to use them better.
21 Dec 2008
In Cacko I have no problem using usb devices which need up to 500 mA with my SL-C1000, but certain drivers (e.g. for usb wifi cards) are not available for kernel 2.4. On the other hand, in kernel 2.6 we have all the up-to-date drivers, but due to more restrictive power management we can't use hardware that requests more than 150 mA from the usb bus without a powered hub. Seemingly the 150 mA is a kernel limit, not a hardware limit, so it should be possible to recompile the kernel changing certain options (which ones?) to get 500 mA from the usb bus?
22 Sep 2008
I have recently spent quite some time google-ing and trying to get the following usb-adapters to work on my C1000 with Cacko:

- an Asus WL-167G wifi stick, uses the rt73-kernel module, found instructions and source for the driver, but couldn't compile
it (I'm using eviljazz's kernel and his source tree, and Meanie's zgcc-2.95.2, big thanks to both of them!)
- a Zyxel G-202, managed to compile the zd1211b driver from the sources found on
http://ldrolez.free.fr/software/zauruscode/, but "device is not claimed by any active driver"
- an Usb-ethernet adapter using the AX88178 Chip, which might or might not be supported by the usbnet-driver, could not
find out for sure - drivers available from Asix only for 2.6.x, - dmesg says once more "device is not claimed by any active
driver" .

I'd be happy if somebody could give me a hint on any of these devices, even if it is "give it up, it doesn't work" (at least I stop wasting time wink.gif ) - but then, what does work? I could not find a comprehensive list of compatible usb-devices for Cacko/Sharp Rom anywhere.
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