[UFO Chicago] linux on iPaq?
larry at garfieldtech.com
Thu Jul 21 15:13:58 CDT 2005
Depending on the model:
On Thursday 21 July 2005 02:52 pm, Brian Sobolak wrote:
> So we're moving offices this week, and I've found corporate dumpster
> diving to be a lot more fun than I ever expected. What's more, I
> discovered an unwanted iPaq while looking through some of the trash bins,
> complete with serial adapter and charger.
> Since I don't have the original software, I'd be interested in running
> Linux of NetBSD on it. Anyone tried this? It sounds like a fun hack.
> Brian Sobolak
> UFO Chicago -- Users of Free Operating Systems
> Free Software Rules -- Proprietary Drools!
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