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Topic # 4422 16-Jul-2005 13:35
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I'm doing a bit of pda hacking today... can anyone tell me what cpu archetecture a Kyocera 7135 has? is it a dragonball MC68VZ328 like the palm handhelds of the same era?

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  Reply # 16755 18-Jul-2005 23:22
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Hi there,

I have some old sales material here and it says it was a 33 MHz DragonBall™MZ. Hope this helps.

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Mrtimtam



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  Reply # 16762 19-Jul-2005 10:46
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thanks mrtimtam.
I've since learned that palm os 4 was only ever released for motorola dragon balls
and palm os 5 was only released for ARM

which means i now know that all os4 devices are dragonball, and all os5 are arms.

on a different note, i compiled linux for it, and it rebooted, but it hang at the "Ordering image pages".
i have a few more options to try inside make xconfig, probably next weekend.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 16764 19-Jul-2005 10:48
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You compiled Linux for the 7135?? That should produce some interesting results.



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  Reply # 16765 19-Jul-2005 11:47
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Here's the result so far:
Progess..

not booting successfully yet.

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  Reply # 16770 19-Jul-2005 15:25
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I recognise that 7135 :-) Nice to see it going to some good use

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