This procedure is intended to take a totally stock gingerbread sc-02c to the latest (as of this writing) CM10/Jellybean preview release.
What you need to download:
* Heimdall Win: https://github.com/downloads/Benjamin-Dobell/Heimdall/heimdall-suite-1.3...
* Siyah Kernel 2.6.13: http://gokhanmoral.desean.net/siyahkernel/v2.6/Siyah-v2.6.13-ntt.tar
There are a lot of random images for the Paladin floating around, some work, some don't, and information to install them is scattered all over.
Explanation and Procedure after the break:
In the process of retiring the machine that hosts this site I was forced to migrate it from drupal 4 to drupal 6 (well, actually a fresh install and a manual paste of the node data).
I got this Powershot A550 used at Sofmap after they discounted it another 1000 yen. Its a 7 megapixel model, only 1 year old. Total damage was less than 12,000 yen after adding a 2GB SD card.
Its been ages since I developed my own black and white film, probably since I was about 13 or 14.
For my first foray back I decided to try some Fujifilm Neopan 400. Since its the first time, I decided to take the path of least resistance and use Fuji chemistry (I'd always used Kodak before).
The last 6 rolls of reversal film I've shot through my F90X have all come back from processing with scratches down the length of the film. At first I put this down to bad handling at the lab, but when it was consistent over 6 rolls, and the scratches in the same relative position on the image, I started suspecting the camera.
One thing I can't fault OS X on is fonts. The availability of good fonts with japanese glyphs is so far ahead of anything available for FreeBSD/Linux its not funny.
Ircle is going to have to go I think. While I was able to get it working properly in japanese (preferences and font issues), it has the annoying habit of going into japanese IM by default when its window goes into focus whenever japanese display is enabled. Xchat is probably next thing on the list to try.
For some stupid reason, I made a statement that starting April 1 (beginning of the fiscal year in Japan) I'd switch to an OS X desktop for a month.
I haven't shot any reversal film in years. When I lived in the US, shooting reversal always meant prepaid mailers and 2 weeks waiting for processing since I didn't live in a big city with pro labs.