So, I got this Yopy.
It is pretty fast, I am working on porting MAME, the Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator, to it.
Michael Lorrey wrote:
> "Ross A. Finlayson" wrote:
> > Samantha Atkins wrote:
> > > "Ross A. Finlayson" wrote:
> > > >
> > > > For example, I have a Linux PDA.
> > > Which PDA is this? I need to get off of the braindead Palm.
> > > Preferably in the direction of a wearable. But a Linux PDA would be a
> > > good start.
> > It is my Yopy PDA, from Samsung Electronics. It has a 200 Mhz ARM processor, 32 MB of
> > storage and 16MB of memory. It's color, with a touch screen and stylus, and game buttons. It's the same size as a Palm, maybe thicker. It came through Customs last week.
> > Here is the web site http://www.gmate.co.kr/.
> I'm wondering if anyone has tried using QNX for a PDA OS. THe OS with
> browser and other utilities all fits on a 1.44 floppy and boots on my
> PCs and linux boxes just dandy.
> See www.qnx.com for info if you haven't seen this before.
Well, I think you can run a variety of kernels on it, I guess. The documentation, which is in progress, explains how to activate the boot loader.
I have a Compaq PDA also that I bought used, it has CE 1.0, also, people have already been using Linux or other, alternate operating systems with it. It has a keyboard instead
So, I am waiting for Mac OS X to see how it is different.
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