I've recently acquired a new toy, a Sharp PDA. From what I've read on
the NetBSD/hpcmips website, and other places, it's based around a
Toshiba TX3922 129MHz CPU and has 32MB RAM.
I've done some research, and it looks like this machine may, be a cousin
of the Philips Velo. I'm yet to pull mine apart (which I'll have to do
at some point, to fix a dickey power socket), so I can't be sure what
hardware mine has.
Anyway, what I was going to ask, is has anyone tried Linux or NetBSD on
this system? If someone's already started work on porting, then I'd
like to assist where I can, no point in two of us duplicating efforts :-).
I've put some stuff up on the wiki, about what I know on the device.
I'll possibly look into getting some sort of WinCE/MIPS dev environment
set up, so that I can compile apps to explore the hardware on the
device, but I'd be interested to hear if anyone has attempted a port to
such a device.
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