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SubjectRe: [kbuild-devel] Configure.help entries wanted
Jaswinder Singh wrote:
>
> "Greg Banks" <gbanks@pocketpenguins.com> wrote:

(I'm posting from a different address because kernel.org had
some difficulties with pocketpenguins.com)

> > Jaswinder Singh wrote:
> > >
> > > >
> > > BTW, how many WindowsCE machines are fully (means all the features as
> > > provided by Windows CE) supported by LinuxSH and how many machines are
> > > partially(only few features) supported by LinuxSH ?
> >
> > I don't understand, what features do you mean?
> >
>
> By features , i mean , that we can use all the hardware of WindowsCE machine
> , like Touch panel , modem , IrDA, Sound , etc , etc .

Modems are tricky, because they're frequently WinModems which
have a whole lot of well-known issues. Other features depend on
the speed at which they can be reverse engineered, as most
WinCE manufacturers don't co-operate. I'd be surprised if any
WindowsCE machine's hardware was fully supported by LinuxSH yet,
but I don't have a full list anywhere (sorry). I'd guess the HP
Jornada 600 series are probably best supported.

Greg.
--
If it's a choice between being a paranoid, hyper-suspicious global
village idiot, or a gullible, mega-trusting sheep, I don't look
good in mint sauce. - jd, slashdot, 11Feb2000.
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