I REALLY want to be able to rotate documents. That's all. I never wanted a degree in java or linux, I am a hardware guy - I do volts, hertz, ones and zeroes.
I went thru the wikipedia thing, where you load quilt to manage patches and also the palm-SDK install, as well as the windows/novacom terminal. Having accessed root, cited verbatim the scripts for quilt and optware (I am using 1.1.0, it is a new phone) I am now staring the patch I need in the face. However, under the "Applying patches" wiki section I find myself looking for patches using:
find /opt/src/modifications -name *.patch
I have a list of tantalizing patches, but no mention of the pdf one described in wiki/Patch_PDF_Viewer. Further, the article itself on pdf rotate has a code block at the bottom but does not cite a simple download command.
So my question is this: how do I turn the information from said article into a patch that works. I assume that you already did this. In fact, I'm hoping that a patch is out there somewhere, and you can help us meet.
Thanks in advance,