In message <000701beb409$adf0d720$4b5da7cd@ron> "Ron Guerin" writes:
: Anyone trying to port Linux/MIPS to hand-held PCs? I have a Sharp HC-4100
: MIPS hand-held I have a strange urge to run Linux on. ;)
No. No one is porting to the CPU that is in the sharp. I think that
it is a R3912, made by toshiba. The only real porting that I've seen
any real progress on is for the PR31700 so that Nino's and frends
work. 12MB may be a little small, however.
There is a linuxce site (www.linuxce.org), but so far it is just
Some Japanese programmers have ported NetBSD to the Vr41xx class of
machines. It boots to multi-user mode now, assuming that you have a
big enough CF or use NFSROOT.
You can find links to datasheets, netbsd, linuxce, etc and a fairly
complete table of all WinCE machines based on MIPS at