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Bootable Linux CF HOWTO

Helmholtz Coil (581131) writes | more than 9 years ago

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I've had some problems with commercially-available embedded Linux distros, so I spent some time recently figuring out my own way of doing things. I've had a HOWTO posted for the curious for a while now. Latest addition-WiFi support.

I've had some problems with commercially-available embedded Linux distros, so I spent some time recently figuring out my own way of doing things. I've had a HOWTO posted for the curious for a while now. Latest addition-WiFi support.

Anyway check it out if you're interested. It's not the smallest Linux system out there, mainly because I mix and match hardware and a static kernel is a pain. And yeah, it's silly to name it after me, but it's a free country. ;)

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