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SubjectRe: Linux on 16-bit processors

On 03.19, micklweiss@gmx.net wrote:
> I'm interested on running Linux on some less powerful, cheaper 16 bit
> systems. I would like to know if there is a slimmed down version of the kernel (any
> version 2.2+) that can run on 16-bit CPUs. I know that linux "requires" a
> 32-bit CPU, but I know that it has run on less. I'm interested in any arch -
> really.

http://www.uclinux.org/

It doesn't need an mmu, boots on a Palm. ;) Look in 'uClinux Ports'

Or http://www.linux.org/projects/ports.html, look for m68k ports, don't know
if any of them work on cpus below 68020.


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