Subject: Re: Striped down NetBSD kernel for 802.11b AP units?
To: Rob Healey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Nathan J. Williams <email@example.com>
Date: 01/18/2002 11:31:19
> Are any of our arch's similar to the AMD ELAN SC400 mentioned above?
The AMD Elan product line are embedded x86-compatible devices. The
SC400, for example, is a 486 clone core with on-chip memory
controller, PC-style system logic (PIC, timers, etc), serial port,
parallel port, keyboard port, and a dual-slot PCMCIA controller.
It would probably be pretty easy to get NetBSD/i386 to run on such a
system; the difficult part would be putting the system image somewhere