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Old 17th December 2006, 01:56 PM
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Zaurus desktop on the pc

I have an old SL-5500 Zaurus Linux pocket pc that is running the old Sharp ROM. I want to get the addressbook out of it and into a file so that I can import it to the newer opensource Opie ROM. I am able to sync it with my pc if it runs Win on the Qtopia desktop. Unfortunately the software only lets me copy the addressbook to another Qtopia file.

So, in comes Linux to the rescue. I found an old rpm for Red Hat 9 that installed on FC6 for Qtopia desktop 2.2. I cannot get the USB cradle on my Zaurus to sync with Fedora Core. There's a document on my Zaurus that says that Linux pc users need the usb-uhci.o module in the kernel.

Where can I find this kernel module?
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