Warner Losh (email@example.com) writes:
> Do you have a number at Philips that I can get info on these chips?
> Got the exact chip numbers, which seems to help?
I talked to Marnix Vlot <firstname.lastname@example.org> a couple of years
ago when Philips were developing these things - perhaps he'd be
Philips' MIPS/CE products are PR31100 and PR31500, and you can
download "acrobat" manuals from:
try "MIPS" in the search box.
[If you want to read acrobat files on Linux, use a recent gv + Aladdin
> I'd love to see some way to run Linux or some other free OS on the CE
> machines. However, I've stated before that I'm not sure how to go
> about writing a boot loader, putting WinCE back should the kenrel
> build be bad, etc. I'd love to see a discussion about how to go about
My firm Algorithmics have signed up as systems integrators for Windows
CE, and we may be able to offer some help; but there's not many of us.