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olimexsmart
Posted 2015-03-26 1:11 PM
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Here I am with my new puppy at the University. All kinds of nerds are asking what it is and what it can be done with it, well it's 17 years old, you know... I was thinking that actually it has some features that only Apple with the iPad would include in mainstream product. Like solid state memory, instant on/off, touchscreen, proprietary connectors , one specifica app sync... Yeah, a little bit of sarcasm came up here. But hey it works after 17 years, it's great!

And on ebay with 7,5€ I found an Ethernet adapter, that very 3Com in the pinnend thread here. I hope it will work.

I tryed installing some apps with success, a scientific calculator and a pdf reader. The second one opens text-only pdfs.
What a shame that PocketC isn't downloadable anywhere. I wish to write a simple console app that let me open COM ports, it would be so cool use this thing to talk to an Arduino. And very handy too.

Anyone has a clue how compile an app or find PocketC .cab files?



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Posted 2015-03-27 6:07 AM
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What a shame that PocketC isn't downloadable anywhere.


This raises the question, Oh, yeah?

http://orbworks.com/pcce/download.html
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olimexsmart
Posted 2015-03-27 2:45 PM
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olimexsmart
Posted 2015-03-30 8:59 PM
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I was trying to install the 3com 589Ethernet card, but after installin the NSP and the driver provided here, nothing happens. Did I miss something? I am powering it from the AC and all the software was installed in the RAM. Maybe I should install SP1 first? But I can't get the .cab file of it

Thank you
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Posted 2015-03-30 10:36 PM
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What is the exact model of your 3Com wifi card?
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Hmmm, I've personally never used that card, and I see that we don't have a driver for it listed here either.
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Hi guys, i bought an old HP 620 LX from local market for around 60 euros...then i found some pcmcia wifi cards model YDI WL2400-PCM-J, i could not find any drivers for those anywhere...can someone help me with some drivers for Wince 2.0 / and also i am using some older model laptops running win95 / win98, i want to link every old retro device to the local network and try to see if they work and i can download send files, thank you.
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http://www.hpcfactor.com/hcl/

Looking at the FCC it might use some sort of prism chip
http://www.hpcfactor.com/support/cesd/h/0028.asp

However it's only a 2Mbps card, so Prism 2.5 might not help you.
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I see it mentioned here:

http://www.hpcfactor.com/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=1040&sta...

From my online search (which, not surprisingly, included jumping into the Wayback Machine) it looks like it has a Prism 1.0 chipset. Compatibility with Windows 3.x (NOT Windows CE 3.0) is also mentioned, so I'm not surprised to hear it's an 802.11a card.
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I think it'll be an 802.11-1997 (2Mbps, 2.4Ghz) rather than an 802.11a (54Mbps, 5Ghz)
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thanks guys for all the info, i'm investigating...in the mean time i got another HP 720 which i bought with a lancard...currently i use them as portable winamp players for my wife's music
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