Author Topic: C1000 And Angstrom ? Forget It !  (Read 3831 times)

Allelectrix

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C1000 And Angstrom ? Forget It !
« on: May 13, 2009, 08:46:26 am »
Ahh.. Angstrom,

Supposed to be the Bees-Knees of ARM OS's.

I think this OS is a Joke.

Mostly due to its rotten capabilities in the USB department.

It wants to force me to give up my beautiful Z C1000 for an 8086 Clone, an OQO 1Ghz Pocket
running Backtrack 3 no less.

Aren't we all just a little tired of 8086 world domination ? Isn't there someone out there in Angstrom land
that can fix our USB woes and put ARM Systems up there in lights where it belongs along with the 8086's of this world ?

We have waited long enough to get an Angstrom that ACTUALLY WORKS .  

I would love to have a go at solving this problem myself, but I don't have the time. Perhaps this
is the problem with others ?

If there is anyone out there willing to help with this issue we want to hear !
SL-C1000 running PdaXii13
Edimax EW-7318USg rt73 Chipset USB 802.11 g/b Wifi
ASPj Source Code rt73.o 2.4.20 kernel module with monitor + packet injection capability
Aircrack-ng 0.9
Miniature USB 2.0 Hub that attaches to rear of screen comfortably using velcro
2 x 500mA 12v DC - 5v DC Converters powering the USB Hub, WiFi Card and the Computer
12v DC 7Ah Sealed Lead Acid Rechargeable Cell powering the DC to DC Convertors

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« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2009, 08:57:39 am »
Hmmm, a completely uncalled for attack. I notice you don't actually describe your problems. I have seen no bug reports or emails to the Angstrom mailing lists.

I'm going to guess the problem is PEBCAK
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moi

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« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2009, 11:32:20 am »
Quote from: XorA
I'm going to guess the problem is PEBCAK

the silliest acronym I've ever read.