> that can hook up to the network, via cable or phone or whatever, browse
> the web, ineract with the tv video feeds, receive and send mail (even if
> only operating as a pop-client), browse news feeds, maybe even run
> someting like Point-Cast as your "TV Screen Saver".
> When I think of systems, runnig chips like the 4300i, that can do things
> like this, I think a pared down Linux is a very justified choice to run
> them with. I'd rather it than Windows CE! If your still thinking of Linux
The Algorithmics P4032 which I recently mentioned I'm also running Linux
on has a R4300i. The patches are too dirty and still based on 2.1.14,
so they're not in the CVS tree ...
I'd love to see one of the MIPS based palmtop class machines to run Linux ...