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Good Series on Hacking Linux Plug Computers

inkscapee (1994086) writes | more than 3 years ago

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inkscapee (1994086) writes "Over at old Linux Planet they've been quietly running a good series of howtos on hacking little Linux wall-wart computers. Part 3 is Building Custom Kernels for Linux Plug Computers, in which the author recommends cross-compiling on your Linux PC rather than directly on a plug computer. Cross-compiling is a bit adventurous to set up, but the article tells how. (Part 1 here, part 2 here.)"
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