September 3, 2010

Tyrannozaurus Feeds Have Moved

Posted in Hunting for Software, Online Tips, Tricks and Tools at 6:10 am by sdjf

Are you having trouble finding feeds or sites hosted by Well, Tyrannozaurus became overrun by spambots and so Antikx decided to disable the forum early in 2010. And the URLS to all the feeds he was hosting at tz changed from to
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May 15, 2008

I found some OESF/ZUG Downloads!

Posted in Hunting for Software, Linux/Zaurus Tips and Tricks at 3:18 am by sdjf

Hey, trying to find an ipk I wanted to check out, all the download links for I tried were dead, but I found they seem to have moved to

I do not know if all the ipks that were on the old feed are there, but check out and bookmark the software index there, in case it might have what you are looking for!


April 12, 2007

Software Packages for the sl5500

Posted in Hunting for Software at 7:56 am by sdjf

More Zaurus Software Packages

In case you didn’t know, I have an area devoted entirely to discussing some useful software packages that definitely work on the sl5500 Zaurus at my other site. I will try to keep this list here at WordPress up-to-date, but you can also access the index page directly for that area at

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February 23, 2007

IRC Clients for ROM 2.38

Posted in Hunting for Software, Zaurus Trials and Tribulations at 5:57 am by sdjf

NEiC has always worked superbly for me at, enabling me to join several channels at once using my registered nick, and cut-and-paste any information I need to save, into whatever application I wish to save it with.

So, I like NEiC a whole lot, but ran into trouble with it the other day when I tried using it for channels at

I kept getting “Received unhandled numeric command” messages, and it would then automatically change the nick it had logged me in with, my very own nick, to a Guest nick. Very annoying, as the channel ops and members kept insisting that I identify myself, and telling me to enter commands that just didn’t work.

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