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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-09 8:24 PM
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Hello,
I'm a Ubuntu user, but recently i've installed JliMe in my Jornada 720 and i want to know what is the package type used on it(like rpm and deb, but those two don't function, i tested the commands and they aren't installed) and where i can find some softwares for it?

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nathan Paulino Campos
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-09 8:38 PM
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Remember that i don't have internet on it, because i don't have the card!
But if someone can send it to me here in Brazil , i will be very happy .

Thanks!
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RTFM Page Icon Posted 2009-09-09 9:42 PM
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You should really be looking/asking in the jlime forums. Everything you need is there. ( http://jlime.com/forum/ )

As for your question jlime uses .ipk (stripped/lighter version of .deb basically) and the software is also found on jlime's website. It's also linked in the userland ( use ipkg install application-name ). You may have to edit /etc/ipkg.conf to reflect the changes made to the location of the package feeds since they've revamped the website after i uploaded Mongo. The software for j7xx/mp900c is here: http://repository.jlime.com/hp7xx/mongo/feed/

Cheers.
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mscdex Page Icon Posted 2009-09-09 9:49 PM
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Edited by mscdex 2009-09-09 9:50 PM
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-10 2:24 PM
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Thanks RTFM, but how i can install those packages offline?
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isotherm Page Icon Posted 2009-09-10 6:42 PM
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The 3Com XJACK cards are great in the Jornada, especially in Linux, since they have full support. The wireless card supports WPA, for example. I don't sell them anymore, but perhaps you can find one cheaply on eBay that will ship to Brazil. Note that if you're interested in deb, you may want to try "720degrees" Linux (basically Debian ARM). I don't know how easy it is to find the userland anymore, however.
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nathanpc Page Icon Posted 2009-09-10 7:05 PM
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Huh, thanks very much isotherm!
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