__/ [MHasenoehrl@xxxxxxx] on Friday 14 October 2005 14:26 \__
> I have a Tungsten T5 that can double as a USB-disk (FAT32 file system -
> around 160 MB) and I would like to be able to boot a PC with a minimal
> Linux from it (i.e. I would like to boot the PC from the USB-device and
> it should start some Linux that I have on the internal drive of my
> Does anybody know how to achieve this?
> Many thanks!
Here is a possible good place to start:
If you are successful, please let us all know! *smile*
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since the Treo on Windows news broke out. If, however, your aim is to port
to Linux, I'm with you all the way. I sure hope that Palm prove that they
stick to their Linux commitment soon...
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