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Linux on a PDA - acceptable request for assistance?

Myrle Francis wrote:
> Hi,
> I noticed we have an upcoming installfest. Is getting assistance 
> installing Linux  on my PDA (an Ipaq something or other, i forgot the
>  model) an acceptable request to make? For the most part I little
> trouble with Linux on my desktop/servers, but their has always been
> the fear with working with ROMs.

If nothing else, it will take a lot more planning, preparation, and
research, none of which can happen without the exact model number of
your iPAQ.  Why don't you post that to the list so we can look into it?
 There is a very wide range of capabilities between differen iPAQ models.

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