[linux] Sharp Zaurus for sale
Mark L. Chang
mlchang at u.washington.edu
Sun Jul 6 19:27:36 PDT 2003
What's the problem with the unit? Not that I'm a good judge of that,
since I just sold mine two days ago :).
If you don't want a classic PDA, you don't really need to use it as
such. I used it as a tiny web server for a while, as a wireless network
What do you do on the console that you can't do on the Z?
On Thu, Jul 03, 2003 at 11:31:37AM -0700 or thereabouts, Avery Ke wrote:
> Speaking of the Zaurus, are there any people in the group who have
> Zaurus's they don't want to sell? I'm struggling with mine -- I don't
> want a classic PDA, I want a tiny Linux box that I can easily hook up
> to my PC, use the classic unix tools that are on the console, and add
> a few useful applications like "Remind". All the advice in the zaurus
> pages (unofficial faq, opie/zaurus, sharp zaurus development page)
> seems to be directed towards syncing the PDA applications and doing
> Qtopia/Opie stuff.
> (One of the most frustrating things about the Zaurus is Sharp's sink
> or swim attitude toward Linux users -- all this support for Window's
> OS, and practically nothing for Linux.)
> Robin Battey wrote:
> >I have a brand new Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 (that pda from Sharp that runs
> >linux) for sale. I opened the box, but everything is still there in
> >pristine condition (even the plastic wrap). I also have a 256MB SD card
> >I'd like to go along with it. Anyone interested?
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