Forgive me for being brand new to this, but I’m trying to get the ball rolling in what little bit of free time I actually have. 🙂  More time will come and any help I get would be absolutely GREATLY appreciated.  Anyway, here’s the deal.  I’ve started getting files together and attempted a half ass fork from the RAZR Maxx and some of hashc0de’s github files to see if I can get CM running on the Motorola Xyboard 10.1 (MZ617) aka Motorola Pasteur.  I uploaded my /device/motorola/pasteur folder to github.  Here’s the link:

Let’s get the ball rolling? 😀

I will add now, to install via Safestrap to test it out, I had to clear out the first assert line in the update script.  Also, insert typical “every ROM page” warning here:  I’m not responsible for any damage you do to your device working with this software.  If you build and try to run it, please be prepared to flash back to stock afterward.  Install it into ROM slot 1 and have fastboot files handy just in case something goes horribly wrong.

So far, thanks goes out to runandhide05 and hashc0de for their help in the past and present, and for getting recovery going for the Xyboard to make further ROM building even possible for the device!



I just randomly managed to accomplish this today, but I know there’s many of you users out there that have been trying to get Lotus Forms Viewer working on your Linux systems.  This isn’t 100% complete working (haven’t got it pulling admin data from AKO yet, etc..), but it lets you open Lotus Forms Viewer, open files from AKO, fill forms, etc..  I’ll post my fix so far so you guys can jump into it, and I’ll update if I find out anything else useful. I should clarify I’m on the newest updated version of Ubuntu 13.04.  I actually use the KDE’d up version, Kubuntu, but that may not make a difference.  Alright, so here goes..

Install the latest version of Wine if you haven’t already (copy/paste to terminal):

sudo apt-get install wine

Once that’s installed, open up “Configure Wine” from your Programs menu and click on the Libraries tab.. Click in the blank there and type these in one by one, hitting add for each one:

  • formobjectmodelstub
  • mfc71
  • mfc71u
  • pe_cc
  • pe_com
  • msvcr71
  • pe_crt71
  • pe_crtp71
  • pe_java
  • pe_mfc71u
  • pehelper
  • riched20
  • ssce5432
  • unicows (accept the warning and hit yes)
  • uwi_java

Click OK.. now head on over to and download Lotus Forms Viewer.  You need your CAC up and working to access this link, just so you know.  Open the installer with Wine, and voila.  Word is out that as of FY14 the Army is converting from XFDL files to straight fillable PDFs and that Lotus will be stricken out by FY15, but this should tide you over until then.  ALSO, if by chance you get the tbl not found, run with /REGISTER message when you try to start up… make sure you’ve added the libraries I mentioned above and run this in your terminal (as one line (copy/paste to terminal)):

wine ~/.wine/dosdevices/c\:/Program\ Files/IBM/Lotus\ Forms/Viewer/3.5/masqform.exe /Register

Notice I did this with Lotus 3.5 and not 4.  I downloaded it directly from AKO just today, so I guess you get what you get.

I understand this is a rough set of instructions, but do your best to work with it and I’ll tweak it as needed.  Test it out for yourselves and let me know if it doesn’t work for you.  I’ll try to get some more research going.  It opened up my NCOER from MyForms on AKO and let me fill it out, but it wouldn’t sync it back.  As I said before, I’ll update y’all as I figure out what works.  I’ve scoured Google and not found any posts on getting Lotus working, so I thought I’d be nice and share.

One more note, before asking me about saving to PDF, I haven’t looked into it yet.  There very well may be an app for that already. 😉

Happy counseling.