TamsPalm has summarized Linux support on the different machines again.


TX T T2 T3 T5 E E2 C LD Zire 72 Treo 650
Zire 71
LCD works works works works works works works works works works works works
touch-
screen
works works
works works works works works works works works works works
Boot-
loader
works works works works works works works works works works works works
UNC todo ?
? works ? - ? ? ? - ? -
USB works works works works works todo todo works todo works
partly works
serial partly todo
works works works - todo partly works works untested partly
MMC / SD / MS
works
works
todo works
works works ? works works (HDD + SD) works partly works
BT works todo
todo
todo
works - works - works works todo todo
IR works
todo
works
works works partly todo works works works ? partly
Wi-Fi
todo
-
- - - - - todo todo - - -
key-
board
-
-
- - - - - works
- - works -
Power management - partly ? works only with modified smallboot ROM
works works ? todo works works partly partly


http://handhelds.org/moin/moin.cgi/SupportedHandheldSummary

http://www.hackndev.com

Did you try Linux on your Palm already?

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4 Responses to “Linux status”

  1. i wonder if it will be ever possible to have linux in internal vfs drive of T5. from sdcard its not very usable, especially when sdcard can’t be changes…so no way to view images from camera or swap something larger with friends…. anyway, as soon as this will be solved my t5 will become linux pda :-)

  2. IMHO, this should be possible (and is a very good idea which would make the T5 a very good Linux PDA :) ). Ask on Hackndev.com if that is possible. If not, it should require minor changes at Garux/Cocoboot etc.

  3. last time i asked reply was that there is no nan driver available so its not possible at the moment.

  4. Its a shame that we cant get Wifi working on these palms under linux – we’re so close to having a working system.

    Hack n dev has a bunch of good linux for Lifedrive packages to mess around with, if anyone is interested.

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