I've always been 'leeching' on this board, many thanks for the sharing of your experiences and ideas to all.
Soon I'll finally have something to offer as well, if anyone's interested, a French version of Midori Linux with simplified configuration pages... nothing spectacular but if anyone needs it drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org . supports the original & french layout keyboards.
For the first time I'm stuck with an I-Opener on a technical problem, and quite an annoying one, at that: after flashing the sandisk with another version of midori using a harddisk, I unplugged power as usual to get the harddisk off the IDE conn. (In case you wonder, I was fixing some network stuff, that's why I couldn't update it that way). When I plugged back in to test the installation, the power plug sparked inside the socket. The socket shows a complete shortcut, but there's nothing electrical (solder, stuff fallen in...) that could cause it...
Did anyone experience this, and does anyone know of possible electronic causes for it? I have the tools to repair it even if it's an SMD, with a bit of pacience. Thought of a burnt-through electrolytic cap, but the ones I see are in fine condition it seems.
It sounds cruel, but I hope someone went through the same trouble as me.......