Subject: Psion Netbook support?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Given <email@example.com>
Date: 12/07/2006 10:59:17
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I know it's not *technically* an HPC, but hopefully someone here might kn=
the answer to this --- port-arm don't seem to know.
I have a Psion Netbook. It's a rather nice machine, apart from running Ep=
and I'd like a better operating system on it. The Linux port works, mostl=
but hardware support isn't great, and I'd rather run a BSD.
According to the various mailing list archives, about every nine months o=
since the thing came out, there's been an announcement that someone's bee=
starting work on doing a NetBSD port --- one guy even said that he'd had =
kernel up and running. But then they seem to drop off the face of the pla=
I don't suppose anyone happens to have a hitherto-forgotten Netbook port =
around, do they?
=80=E2=95=AE "There are two major products that come out of
=88=E2=94=82 Berkeley: LSD and Unix. We don't believe this to be
=E2=94=82=E2=94=88(firstname.lastname@example.org)=E2=94=88=E2=94=82 a coincidence." --=
- Jeremy S. Anderson
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