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Here's what I did with my Zaurus SL5600: The Zaurus has a web browser (Opera) and has a TCP/IP stack. I set up my Linux desktop machine as a simple router and set up the USB network connection. I downloaded the ipk file into the Zaurus' internal flash and clicked the file, then clicked "Install".

I don't know the differences between the SL5500 and the SL5600, but I didn't need a terminal to install the package. The terminal application does come in handy when actually *using* Perl, of course :)

Oh, about those modules: haven't needed many, yet. And those that I did need, were pure-perl and easily copied via scp.

I'm not really giving any thought to memory usage. The SL5600 has 64 MB flash memory and 32 MB SDRAM. I have some CompactFlash cards ranging from 32 to 256 MB, but I use those only for MP3, photos and backups.

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In reply to Re: Installing Perl on the Sharp Zaurus PDA by Juerd
in thread Installing Perl on the Sharp Zaurus PDA by davido

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