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enlace a page ===>>>SL-5000D/SL-5500 Supported Basic Commands



Se ven mejor que en el quote  Grin

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Commands  Category  Path on SL-5000D  Comments
addgroup command /bin Create a new uer
link to /bin/tinylogin
adduser command /bin Create a new user or update default new user information
link to /bin/tinylogin
apm command /usr/local/bin query Advanced Power Management (APM) BIOS
apmd daemon /usr/local/bin Advanced Power Management (APM) BIOS daemon
ar command /usr/bin Extract or list files from an ar archive
link to /bin/busybox
arp system /sbin manipulate the system ARP cache
ash command /bin command interpreter (shell)
automount system /usr/sbin configure mount points for autofs
badblocks system /sbin search a device for bad blocks
basename command /usr/bin Strips directory path and suffixes from filenames
link to /bin/busybox
bash command /bin command interpreter (shell)
busybox command /bin The Swiss Army Knife of Embedded Linux
cardmgr daemon /sbin PCMCIA device manager
cat command /bin concatinate files and print on the standard output
link to busybox
chat system /usr/sbin Automated conversational script with a modem
chattr command /usr/bin change file attributes on a Linux second extended file system
chgrp command /bin change group ownership
link to busybox
chmod command /bin change file access permitions
link to busybox
chown command /bin change file owner and group
link to busybox
chroot command /sbin run command or interactive shell with special root directory
link to /bin/busybox
chroot command /usr/sbin run command or interactive shell with special root directory
link to /bin/busybox
chvt command /usr/bin change foreground virtual terminal
link to /bin/busybox
clear command /usr/bin clear the terminal screen
link to /bin/busybox
cp command /bin copy files and directories
link to busybox
cut command /usr/bin remove sections from each line of files
link to /bin/busybox
date command /bin print or set the system date and time
link to busybox
dc command /usr/bin an arbitrary precision calculator
link to /bin/busybox
dd command /bin convert and copy a file
link to busybox
deallocvt command /usr/bin deallocate unused virtual terminals
link to /bin/busybox
debugfs system /sbin ext2 file system debugger
delgroup command /bin Delete a group
link to /bin/tinylogin
deluser command /bin Delete a user account and related files
link to /bin/tinylogin
depmod system /sbin handle dependency descriptions for loadable kernel modules
df command /bin report filesystem disk space usage
link to busybox
dhcpcd daemon /sbin DHCP client daemon
dhcpd daemon /usr/sbin Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server
dirname command /usr/bin strip non-directory suffix from name
link to /bin/busybox
dmesg command /bin print or control the kernel ring buffer
link to busybox
dnsdomainname command /bin show the system's DNS domain name
link to hostname
dosfsck system /bin check and repair MS-DOS file systems
dpkg command /usr/bin WORK IN PROGRESS, only useful for debian-installer
link to /bin/busybox
dpkg_deb command /usr/bin Perform actions on debian packages (.debs)
link to /bin/busybox
du command /bin estimante file space usage
link to busybox
du command /usr/bin estimante file space usage
link to /bin/busybox
dumpe2fs system /sbin dump filesystem information
dumpkmap command /bin Prints out a binary keyboard translation table to standard output
link to busybox
dump_cis system /sbin display PCMCIA Card Information Structures
dutmp command /usr/sbin Dump utmp file format (pipe delimited) from FILE or stdin to stdout. (i.e., `dutmp /var/run/utmp')
link to /bin/busybox
e2fsck system /sbin check a Linux second extended file system
e2label system /sbin Change the label on an ext2 filesystem
echo command /bin display a line of text
link to busybox
egrep command /usr/bin print lines matching a pattern
link to /usr/bin/grep
elvis command /usr/bin an editor
env command /usr/bin run a program in a modified environment
link to /bin/busybox
expr command /usr/bin evaluate expressions
false command /bin do nothing, unsuccessfully
link to busybox
fbset command /usr/sbin show and modify frame buffer device settings
link to /bin/busybox
fgrep command /usr/bin print lines matching a pattern
link to /usr/bin/grep
fdflush command /bin Forces floppy disk drive to detect disk change
link to busybox
find command /usr/bin search for files in a directory hierachy
link to /bin/busybox
free command /usr/bin Display amount of free and used memory in the system
link to /bin/busybox
freeramdisk command /sbin Frees all memory used by the specified ramdisk
link to /bin/busybox
fsck system /sbin check and repair a Linux file system
fsck.ext2 system /sbin check and repair a Linux file system
link to /sbin/fsck
fsck.ext3 system /sbin check and repair a Linux file system
link to /sbin/fsck
fsck.minix command /sbin Performs a consistency check for MINIX filesystems
link to /bin/busybox
fsck.msdos system /sbin check and repair MS-DOS file systems
link to /sbin/dosfsck
ftl_check system /sbin Flash Translation Layer format checker
ftl_format system /sbin Flash Translation Layer formatting utility
ftp command /usr/bin Internet file transfer program
fuser command /bin identify processes using files or sockets
genksyms system /sbin generate symbol version information
getty command /sbin sets terminal mode, speed and line discipline
link to /bin/tinylogin
grep command /usr/bin print lines matching a pattern
gunzip command /bin expand files
gzip command /bin compress files
halt command /sbin stop the system
link to /bin/busybox
head command /bin output the first part of files
link to busybox
head command /usr/bin output the first part of files
link to /bin/busybox
hostid command /usr/bin print the numeric identifier for the current host
link to /bin/busybox
hostname command /bin show or set the system's host name
hwclock system /sbin query and set the hardware clock (RTC)
id command /usr/bin print real and effective UIDs and GIDs
link to /bin/busybox
ide_info system /sbin IDE device description tool
ifconfig system /sbin configure a network interface
ifport system /sbin select the transceiver type for a network interface
ifuser system /sbin identify destinations routed to a particular network interface
inetd daemon /usr/sbin internet ``super-server''
init system /sbin process control initialization
initlog command /sbin log messages and events to the system logger
insmod system /sbin install loadable kernel module
insmod_ksymoops_clean command /sbin
ipmaddr command /sbin
iptunnel command /sbin
irattach command /usr/sbin
kallsyms system /sbin Extract all kernel symbols for debugging
kernelversion command /sbin program to report major version of kernel
kill command /bin terminate a process
link to busybox
killall command /usr/bin kill processes by name
link to /bin/busybox
klogd daemon /sbin kernel log daemon
ksyms command /sbin display exported kernel symbols
launch command /sbin
length command /usr/bin Prints out the length of the specified string
link to /bin/busybox
ln command /bin make links between files
link to busybox
loadacm command /usr/bin Loads an acm from standard input
link to /bin/busybox
loadfont command /usr/bin Loads a console font from standard input
link to /bin/busybox
loadkmap command /sbin Loads a binary keyboard translation table from standard input
link to /bin/busybox
logger command /usr/bin make entries in the system log
link to /bin/busybox
login command /bin sign on
link to /bin/tinylogin
logname command /usr/bin print user's login name
link to /bin/busybox
ls command /bin list directory contents
link to busybox
lsattr command /usr/bin list file attributes on a Linux second extended file system
lsmod system /sbin list loaded modules
MAKEDEV system /sbin create devices
makedevs command /sbin Creates a range of block or character special files
link to /bin/busybox
md5sum command /usr/bin Print or check MD5 checksums
link to /bin/busybox
mii-tool system /sbin view, manipulate media-independent interface status
mkdir command /bin make directories
link to busybox
mkdosfs system /sbin create an MS-DOS file system under Linux
mke2fs system /sbin create a Linux second extended file system
mkfifo command /usr/bin make FIFOs (named pipes)
link to /bin/busybox
mkfs.ext2 system /sbin create a Linux second extended file system
link to /sbin/mke2fs
mkfs.minix command /sbin Make a MINIX filesystem
link to /bin/busybox
mkfs.msdos system /sbin create an MS-DOS file system under Linux
link to /sbin/mkdosfs
mklost+found system /usr/sbin create a lost+found directories on a mounted Linux second extended file system
mknod command /bin make a block or charactor special files
link to busybox
mkswap command /sbin set up a Linux swap area
link to /bin/busybox
mktemp command /bin make temporary file name (unique)
link to busybox
modinfo system /sbin display information about a kernel module
modprobe system /sbin high level handling of loadable modules
more command /bin file persual filter for crt viewing
link to busybox
mount command /bin mount a file system
link to busybox
mt command /bin control magnetic tape drive operation
link to busybox
mv command /bin move (rename) files
link to busybox
nameif system /sbin name network interfaces based on MAC addresses
nc command /usr/bin arbitrary TCP and UDP connections and listens
link to /bin/busybox
netstat system /bin Print network connections, routing tables, interface statistics, masquerade connections, and multicast memberships
nslookup system /usr/bin query Internet name servers interactively
link to /bin/busybox
oncheck command /sbin
pack_cis system /sbin compile PCMCIA Card Information Structures
passwd command /usr/bin update a user's authentication tokens
link to /bin/tinylogin
pcinitrd system /sbin create a PCMCIA initrd ram disk image
pftp command /usr/bin Internet file transfer program
link to ftp
ping command /bin send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts
link to busybox
plipconfig system /sbin fine tune PLIP device parameters
poweroff command /sbin stop the system
link to /bin/busybox
pppd daemon /usr/sbin Point to Point Protocol daemon
pppstats system /usr/sbin print PPP statistics
printf command /usr/bin format and print data
link to /bin/busybox
probe command /sbin
proxcfg command /bin Configure paraameters at run time for Proxim's RangeLAN2 and Symphony drivers
proxnet command /bin
ps command /bin report process status
pwd command /bin print name of current/working directory
link to busybox
qt command /sbin
rarp system /sbin manipulate the system RARP table
rb command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM (Batch) file receive
reboot command /sbin stop the system
link to /bin/busybox
reset command /usr/bin terminal initialization
link to /bin/busybox
resize2fs system /sbin ext2 file system resizer
rm command /bin remove files or directories
link to busybox
rmdir command /bin remove empty directories
link to busybox
rmmod system /sbin unload loadable modules
link to insmod
route system /sbin show / manipulate the IP routing table
rpc.portmap daemon /usr/sbin DARPA port to RPC program number mapper
runlevel system /sbin find the current and previous system runlevel
rx command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM (Batch) file receive
rz command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM (Batch) file receive
safe_finger command /usr/sbin
sb command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM file send
scsi_info system /sbin SCSI device description tool
sdmgr daemon /sbin SD card tiny manager
sed command /bin a Stream EDitor
setkeycodes command /usr/bin Set entries into the kernel's scancode-to-keycode map, allowing unusual keyboards to generate usable keycodes
link to /bin/busybox
setserial system /sbin get/set Linux serial port information
sh command /bin command interpreter (shell)
shsync command /sbin
slattach system /sbin attach a network interface to a serial line
sleep command /bin delay for a specified amount of time
link to busybox
sort command /bin sort lines of text files
link to busybox
sort command /usr/bin sort lines of text files
link to /bin/busybox
spm command /sbin
stty command /bin change and print terminal line settings
su command /bin run a shell with substitute user and group IDs
link to /bin/tinylogin
sulogin command /sbin Single user login
link to /bin/tinylogin
swapoff command /sbin disable devices and files for paging and swapping
link to /bin/busybox
swapon command /sbin enable devices and files for paging and swapping
link to /bin/busybox
sx command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM file send
sync command /bin flush filesystem buffers
link to busybox
syslogd command /sbin Linux system logging utilities
link to /bin/busybox
sz command /usr/bin XMODEM, YMODEM, ZMODEM file send
tail command /usr/bin output the last part of files
link to /bin/busybox
tailf command /usr/local/bin follow the growth of a log file
tar command /bin create, extract, or list files from a tar file
link to busybox
tcpd daemon /usr/sbin access control facility for internet services
tcpdchk system /usr/sbin tcp wrapper configuration checker
tcpdmatch system /usr/sbin tcp wrapper oracle
tee command /bin read from standard input and write to standard output and files
link to busybox
tee command /usr/bin read from standard input and write to standard output and files
link to /bin/busybox
telnet command /usr/bin user interface to TELNET protocol
link to /bin/busybox
test command /usr/bin check file types and compare values
link to /bin/busybox
tinylogin command /bin sign on
touch command /usr/bin change file timestamps
link to /bin/busybox
tr command /usr/bin translate or delete characters
link to /bin/busybox
true command /bin do nothing, successfully
link to busybox
try-from command /usr/sbin
tty command /usr/bin print the file name of the terminal connected to standard input
link to /bin/busybox
tune2fs system /sbin adjust tunable filesystem parameters on second exrtended filesystems
umount command /bin unmount file systems
link to busybox
uname command /bin print system informaton
link to busybox
uniq command /usr/bin remove dupricated lines from a sorted file
link to /bin/busybox
update command /sbin periodically flushes filesystem buffers
link to /bin/busybox
uptime command /usr/bin tell how long the system has been running
link to /bin/busybox
usleep command /bin sleep some number of microseconds
link to busybox
uudecode command /usr/bin decode a file created by uuencode
link to /bin/busybox
uuencode command /usr/bin encode a binary file
link to /bin/busybox
uuidgen command /usr/bin command-line utility to create a new UUID value
vi command /usr/bin an editor
link to /usr/bin/elvis
wc command /usr/bin print the number of bytes, words, and lines in files
link to /bin/busybox
wget command /usr/bin a utility to retrive files from the World Wide Web
which command /usr/bin shows the full path of (shell) commands
link to /bin/busybox
whoami command /usr/bin print effective userid
link to /bin/busybox
xargs command /usr/bin executes command on every item given by standard input
link to /bin/busybox
yes command /usr/bin output a string repeatedly until killed
link to /bin/busybox
zcat command /bin expand files to standard output
[ command /usr/bin check file types and compare values
link to /bin/busybox
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« Respuesta #21 : 02-02-2007, 00:49 (Viernes) »

Abrimos consola y vamos a la ruta (path) de mi tarjeta SD (para los ejemplos, mi Zaurus Collie la llama "card" desde Opie)

Código:
cd /media/card/

Formateo como VFAT ó FAT16 (type 6)

Código:
mkfs.vfat -F 16 /dev/card

Formato a ext2

Código:
mkfs.ext2 /dev/card

Si deseo crear una carpeta llamada "Elena"

Código:
mkdir Elena

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« Respuesta #22 : 02-02-2007, 09:47 (Viernes) »

Hola pues intento hacer lo del formateo tal cual dices y no hay manera,siempre me da algun error,y a mi tambien me reconoce la sd cuando hago df como:

/dev/mmcda1      1954496
78208    4% /media/card

no se que hara mal y por leer no sera por que no paro,me imagino que con lo burro que soy sera eso,una cosa aunque no venga al tema que le pasa a el foro del hacker que casi nunca esta operativo,gracias y un saludo.
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« Respuesta #23 : 02-02-2007, 14:49 (Viernes) »

El principio pal final: Grin

Comando ipkg

El comando ipkg sirve para instalar paquetes desde archivos con extension .ipk, lgunos ejemplos son:

ipkg paquete.ipk //para instalar el paquete

ipkg status | grep apache // indica donde esta instalado el programa

ipkg files paqueteipkgsinlaextensionarmniipk // lista los archivos y directorios de instalacion del paquete



* INFO de; Manuales-LuCAS/doc-tesis-desarrollo-linux-PDAs/tesis-navegable
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« Respuesta #24 : 02-02-2007, 16:51 (Viernes) »

UN COSEJO

Solemos encontrar nuestras ROM para nuestra maquina Zaurus agrupadas en (nombres) de camadas de perros, y junto a esas Rom, un initrd.bin y una zImage, (depende modelo un 3º Tool´s...) hay unas carpetas llamadas FEED que tráducido literal es ALIMENTACIÓN...

Alimentos de la ROM, es decir los programas compilados para la Distribución que acabamos de descargar...

Lo ideal es que junto a la ROM descargaramos (y guardaramos) todos los FEED de esa ROM para esa Zaurus

Pero lo cierto es que, como en el caso presente de la pdaXrom puede resultar una tarea intermnable, puesto que se cuentan por cientos los feed

Hay una solucion, con Opera (PC) con un ADSL de 1 mega y un gestor de descargas como FlashGet la cosa se vuelve cuestión de 10 minutos en dos golpes de ratón


Por ejemplo, desde el navegador OPERA situamos en;

http://mail.pdaxrom.org/download/1.1.0beta4/Zaurus-Cxx00/feed/


Abrimos flashGet, y en la pstaña Archivo, sleccionamos procesar archivos desde pagina WEB, ... y colocamos la pagina anterior, veremos cargar todos los enlaces de dicha pagina... emilinamos los gif, htlm... a lo sumo 10 enlaces y dejamos marcados los de extensión *ipk

le buscamos la ruta de descarga y le damos a que nos descargue todos los programas, librerias, y dependencias de dicha Rom a la carpeta deseada....




Es aconsejable tener todos los feed y el respaldo de la ROM, juntos y localizados...
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« Respuesta #25 : 02-02-2007, 17:34 (Viernes) »

Zaurus nombres y modelos:
Código:
SL-C700 - Corgi
SL-C750 - Shepherd
SL-C760 - Husky
SL-C860 - Boxer


Hoy tocan las SL-C7X0 & SL-C860, en realidad, dicen que se trata de la misma Maquina con distinto color, dicen que la Boxer (860) no es sino una Husky (760) de otro color


Index of /angstrom/c7x0

http://ewi546.ewi.utwente.nl/angstrom/c7x0/

Index of /angstrom/unstable/images/akita SL-C1000

http://ewi546.ewi.utwente.nl/angstrom/unstable/images/akita/

Index of /angstrom/unstable/images/tosa

http://ewi546.ewi.utwente.nl/angstrom/unstable/images/tosa/

Index of /angstrom/unstable/images/spitz

http://ewi546.ewi.utwente.nl/angstrom/unstable/images/spitz/

Y EL IMPRESIONANTE ALMACEN DE "ALIMENTOS/FEED" DE ESTA DISTRO

Index of /angstrom/unstable/feed/base


http://ewi546.ewi.utwente.nl/angstrom/unstable/feed/base/

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« Respuesta #26 : 02-02-2007, 21:11 (Viernes) »

Primero desmonta la tarjeta:

Código:
umount /mnt/card

despues formatea;

Código:
mkfs.ext2 /dev/mmcd/disc0/part1

finalmente vuelve a montar la tarjeta

Código:
mount /dev/mmcd/disc0/part1 /mnt/card


Si debes de hacerlo como superusuario y particionar:

Código:
su
umount /dev/hda1
umount /dev/hda2
umount /dev/hda3
fdisk /dev/hda

* no son comandos literales, cada Zaurus es distinta unas tienen hdax otras solo medios extraibles. Para ver tus "Hd" entra en la raiz:
cd o logeate como;
Código:
su
Desoues enviale
Código:
df -k
y veras el Filesystem completo de la maquina, elige la flash que quieras particionar, SD, CF, ó hdx interno... (puede que sea necesario que instales el paquete dosfstools)


http://killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=205
fdisk    Partition a hard disk, (or other block device) This fdisk package was snarfed from Debian's util-linux package It also include mkfs and mkswap

Y para formatear particiones;

Código:
mke2fs -j /dev/hda1
mke2fs -j /dev/hda2
mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/hda3
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« Respuesta #27 : 02-02-2007, 21:32 (Viernes) »

QuantumSTEP Zaurus Edition


full installer package - by DSITRI


This is a full distribution of QuantumSTEP ready for installation on a Zaurus with Sharp ROM.
It includes
Código:
myApps (Application suite)
myRuntime (based on X/Qt)
mySTEP (runtime libraries)



Version    DR7B86
Operating System    Sharp ROM
Device Models    Sharp Zaurus 5500
License    Commercial
Price (US$)    0.00 US$  This is informative and approximate only. Not an offer. No liability for inaccuracies.
Category    Applications, PIM, Runtime, Libraries
Added    18 Feb 2006
Homepage    http://www.quantum-step.com
Download    http://www.quantum-step.com/download/Zaurus-Edition/QuantumSTEP%20Zaurus%20Edition%20DR7%20Build%2086.tgz


Supported Models SL5500G

Supported Interfaces
Prism 2.5 based WLAN CF (e.g. SanDisk Connect, Pretec CompactIO)
Audiovox RTM 8000, Eagletech CF GPRS modem
Sharp Camera CF module
Billionton GPS receiver
Memory cards (SD&CF)


Código:
http://www.quantum-step.com/wiki.php?page=Zaurus-Edition&referer=QuantumSTEP
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« Respuesta #28 : 02-02-2007, 21:43 (Viernes) »

theKompany.rom

Código:
http://www.geeklabs.com/zaurus/theKompany/
La ROM Original
http://www.geeklabs.com/zaurus/theKompany/initrd.bin
http://www.geeklabs.com/zaurus/theKompany/zImage
Una versión MOD (Para usar con Modulo GPS) posterior;
Index of /~axel/GPS-CF_HOW_TO-TKROM2.0Alpha3

http://www.kflog.org/~axel/GPS-CF_HOW_TO-TKROM2.0Alpha3/

Más INFO AQUI



Citar
Via email, Shawn Gordon, the president of theKompany, informed me that theKompany has stopped supplying this ROM to Zaurus users. theKompany.rom is provided free of charge in a partnership between theKompany.com and Michael Stevenson aka Proto. What we've done is removed a number of applications and made them optional to install, you can download those missing applications from http://community.zaurus.com/projects/customroms/. In addition we've fixed a lot of the bugs in the existing ROM for the device, integrated pieces of the new ROM that were improved and pieces from various open source projects that provided superior functionality. theKompany.com does not host the rom or the applications, nor do we distribute them, rather we provide a high profile location where people can get information about what is available in the ROM and information on how to retrieve it. How you make use of "theKompany.rom" is entirely up to you, we provide no warranties or guarantees of any kind. Support can be gotten from the same location that the files are downloaded from. The ROM can be downloaded from http://community.zaurus.com/projects/customroms/ This is an SL-5500 and SL-5000 Realease [But there is NO download for SL-5500]. The SL-5600 Release will folow at a later date. This is the public beta, please fill us in on the issues via the project page bug tracker and we should have a final release out week. For more info and screenshots please go to http://www.thekompany.com/embedded/rom The final release will include more of theKompany.com's custom themes as well!


Linux-based Zaurus PDA which have recently been released by theKompany.com . .
http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT7091060803.html

Esta portentosa ROM para la Collie no nacio con fines altruistas aunque finalemente liberarón las aplicaciones comerciales, para la misma, una muy buena ROM desde una empresa privada para el mundo del software libre

Y es que en dispositivos de mano, los papeles estan invertidos con respecto al mundo PC X086, las empresas poderosas invierten sus duros en Linux para sacar el code abierto...

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Building your own custom Zaurus ROM image

http://genealogy.holt.org/~casey/zaurus/Zaurus_Custom_ROM_Instructions.html
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« Respuesta #29 : 03-02-2007, 13:34 (S?bado) »

En modelos SL-7X0, 860 & SL-Cxx00
Teclas-------------------- Tipo de Servicio
[OK] + [Power] = Boot Menu (Menú -japones) de Arranque)



1.- Cancel y sale del Menú de arranque
2.- Chekeo de Sistema
3.- Formatea la Flash Interna
4.- Flashear o actualizar una nueva ROM

Teclas-------------------- Tipo de Servicio
[D] + [M] + [Power] = Service Menu (English Diagnostic Menu)
[fn] + [D] + [M] + [Power] =  Menú de Servicio Backup


--------------[Super keys + key bindings]---------------

These are the default key bindings on a basic install. Check this post for more info.

[Fn] + [screen tap] = right-click
[Super Kanji key] - (next to Ctrl above address) = [Alt]
** Hold the Alt key to move windows that are drawn off the screen **
Código:
[Alt] + [M] = Maximize / Auto resize window
[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Del] = Shutdown X
[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Left] = switch to last Virtual Desktop
[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Right] = switch to next Virtual Desktop
[Shift] + [Alt] + [Left] = place window on last Desktop
[Shift] + [Alt] + [Right] = place window on next Desktop
[Ctrl] + [Alt] + [D] = hide windows
[Alt] + [Tab] = toggle between running apps
[Alt] + [Shift + [Tab] = toggle backward between running apps
[Shift] + [Home]= suspend
[Ctrl] + [Q]  = kill window
[Tab] = Auto-complete in Terminal



Fuente de la INFO; aquí


En modelos SL-5x00, SL-6X00
Flashear o actualizar una nueva ROM
C+D+Reset "no hay indicador en pantalla, solo las dos luces delanteras quedaran encendidas indicando el comienzo del "flasheo"

D+P (G+P En algunos modelos)`para acceder an menú interno de diagnostico y comenzar el proceso de flasheo desde aquí.




Zaurus Tips&Tricks

OPIE - Collie Keys:

Ctrl = Fn or Fn-Shift
Esc = Cancel


GPE - Husky Keys:

Esc = Cancel
Esc + 0-9 = F1 - F10


Switch into Console:

FN left/right, switch to the raw mode keyboard first using SysRq + R, then Fn + Left/Right

GPE:

Start program installed on Desktop on Zaurus

Zaurus side:

xhost +

Desktop side:

export DISPLAY=(IP_OF_Z):0

or

DISPLAY=(IP_OF_Z):0 program
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« Respuesta #30 : 06-02-2007, 19:42 (Martes) »

El metodo más conocido a la hora de actualizar la Flash de la Sharp SL-5500 de C+D + RESET a veces desepera al más pintaó

Un metodo seguro, y que no falla es el siguiente;

Pestana en "cambio de bateria"

Fn + D + P + RESET

Tranquilo que entraras a la 1ª en el Menú Diagnostico de la Collie, sin preocuparte por si concides en el tiempo al presionar botones + reset como viene ocurriendo con el conocido y lotero metodo del C+D+RESET

* eL MENU de SERVICIO de l Collie, no esta retroiluminado pero fijate que en la pantalla podras verlo

Una vez aqui te vas a la pagina 3ª del Servicio, y con tu zImage y initrd.bin de la imagen que desees subir en la CF, clicals sobre la oción 7, Update CF

Veras las dos luces delanteras encenderse, cuando acabe (3 minutos aproximadamente) reset, colocar la tapa, arriba pestaña, y ya esta.

Se acabaron los malabarismos de tapa, reset y demas filigranas

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