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On Mon, 10 Jun 2002, Alexandro Colorado wrote:

> Anyone had experiment with this LOAF (Linux on a Floppy)type of distro,
> like pocket linux or minux. I also want to get to know embended linux
> and how can it benefit me. (i.e. Cracking a TIVO, or kicking Linux on an
> IPAQ).

I like
Very powerful, easy to build.

As far as embedded Linux, the current issue of Poptronics magazine had an 
ad in back for a single-board computer that was linux based for learning.

Also, if you want a greater challenge, some MIT student recently cracked 
the XBox and posted details on how to load other OS's, software, etc.

Jerry Feldman has Linux running on his IPaq.  Seems to work quite well.  
If you want a super-small Linux computer and can't spring for the IPaq, 
try getting a Toshiba Libretto or a Psion 5MX.  If you want _really_ 

> I heard SonicBlue has a new Linux deviced recorder, anyone been playing around with those?

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