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    Is anyone working of a port of Linux to palmtops/handheld PCs? I'm thinking
    of those 4-32MB RAM, Windows CE computers.
    Many of them use MIPS processors (Philips Velo, Philips Nino, Casio
    Cassiopeia E*), some others (all HP, Casio Cassiopeia A*) use SH-3
    processors. Since linux already supports MIPS processors, shouldn't porting
    to these computers just be a matter of writing LCD display, touch screen,
    keyboard and (optionally) CompactFlash, IrDA, and PC Card drivers, and a
    bootloader (or whatever else would be necessary)?

    Oskar Liljeblad (osk@hem.passagen.se)



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