I just have an small ? we hope HA!
i know it has been nention before about some fixes for the ax25 stuff in
2.4.19 what i was wondering i heard it was about netrom what i was
these fixes that where done also have anythingto do with the ax25 connect
also like in fbb when ax25 forwarding if so then i can think why my
locks up every so often when i heard about the fixes i just heard it was
about netrom so wondering what else this might have fixed!
thanks for any info on any of the fixes or where i can read about the
fixes and why!
See the HowTo at http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/DOS-Win-to-Linux-HOWTO.html for
the formatting info. However, since there is not (that I know of ) an
equivalent to the /s my opinion is to just reinstall SuSE 8.0 from the CDs and
let it repartition/format the disk for you. Even in Windows you have to
reinstall most of the OS from the CD since /s only makes the disk bootable.
Only in the "good ole days" of DOS did /s do something really useful!
Hope this helps.
On Fri, 13 Sep 2002 20:12:02 -0400 doc <kd4e(a)arrl.net> wrote:
> I cannot recall how to do the DOS equivalent of
> a hard disk drive.
> I have sold an older PC with SuSE 8.0 and need
> to do the
> equivalent of a "format /s c:" to get my stuff
> off it and to provide
> him with a clean start.
> Thanks! doc
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I was wondering is there an other hams out there using kernel 2.4.19
with all the drivers compile in for the ham stuff etc as it seems the
kernel 2.4.16 i am using keeps locking up after some time on and i hear
there was suppose to be an fix for some things and this could be the
reason for my lockups
i dont have an config file for the 2.4.16 kernel as i put this one on by
the rpm that was at suse site so i am not sure in all i need compile in
i would need everything that is compile into the 2.4.16 now to have all
that i have working so any ideas how i can do this without messing things
who *is* actually the owner of this list?
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Guess I will have to make my own cable. No way will I permit a poorly
designed cable from Sharp to force me to abandon my serial port and
sacrifice my cf port to replace it!
Might it be possible to shave some excess rubber off the Sharp
cable to create room for the keyboard to open?
Anyone aware of a source of the connector? Or it is proprietary?
73, doc kd4e
> Problem is that the Sharp serial cable for the SL5500 covers the whole
> bottom end of the Z so you can't open it to use the keyboard. I agree
> completely that I would rather have the memory, but if you are going
> to use the Z as a terminal for the 817 or a serial connected GPS, and
> you want to be able to use the built-in keyboard,
> either a new serial cable has to be made or an alternative must be
> used. Otherwise I might as well use my old Palm III.
> Best regards,
> Lee mailto:email@example.com
Don't know if this has been posted here yet but a new list
for Hams who own Sharp Zaurus SL5500 handheld pc's
has been created recently hamz(a)yahoogroups.com
Many of the members are also using SuSE 8.0 and are
actively pursuing successful syncing between the Z and
SuSE on their pcs.
73, doc kd4e
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