|Linux on the Psion netBook HOWTO|
July 9, 2006: Added link to the Qemu emulated ARM system. An alternative to cross compiling.
May 25, 2006: Minor additions.
January 20, 2006: Added info on SA1100 cache size. Optimal gcc compile options corrected. Browser discussion update. Added an "Optimizations and Adjustments" section. Added information on the "stardict" dictionary.
October 24, 2005: Fixed links to old Wiki pages. The wiki pages are saved, but they are no longer wikis. Added comments on using swap space under the CF install page. Revised the warning on burning out your netBook's motherboard using an external PCMCIA device with external power supply. Included a short description on fixing the fuse after this problem occurs.
July 25-27, 2005: More on IDE devices; CD-ROM and external hard disks are supported.
July 10-13, 2005: Minor changes throughout; revision of Applications section (addition of xephem); revision of X windows section; start of Serial Ports section; start of PCMCIA IDE section.
May 18, 2005: SIAG added; small corrections.
April 22, 2005: Deprecated the phpwiki page links; added a hardware.txt file that lists supported hardware.
April 9, 2005: Updated using a mouse with a VGA out card; VGA out card driver allows only 16 colors at the moment.
April 5, 2005: "Changes" reorganization, mouse corrections, gnumeric works o.k.
March 26, 2005: Updated the comments on the use of a serial mouse on the netBook's serial port. It seems to work just fine, but warnings are probably still warranted. Added a link for the "simputer" from India.
January 13: Updated kernel compiling information. More on internal serial port.
January 1: Added a section on ArLo; more minor clean ups/updates.
October 23 2004: More on touch screen; some minor clean ups.
October 3: Minor development for touch screen support; addition to FAQ for manually unpacking ipk packages.
September 9: Added a link for information on rebuilding the LI-ion battery; added a list of things that are not yet working.
August 9: Using the netBook for VGA-out presentations on an HP F1252A PCMCIA card.
August 6: Added a chapter on using PPP from the netBook; comments on using java (the situation looks bleak...); screenshots of dillo and gpsdrive under Applications.
August 1: Continued minor development, GPS on the netBook, brief comments on alternate window systems.
July 17: Added "Using a Mouse on a netBook" and "Using Bookboot - the Linux OS.img" sections.
July 14: More development - X windows, OpenPsion name change.
June 29-July 1 2004: Lots of development directed toward installing a compactflash-based system.
June 28 2004: Added a recipe for extracting the filesystem from the Zaurus ROM images.
June 27 2004: News and links on the new compactflash and PCMCIA support. Updated links to IPKG feeds from the IPAQ and Zaurus people. General preliminary overhaul to start to adapt this document to compactflash usage.
January 31 2004: Minor corrections, additions; added an article "Porting the Linux Kernel to a New ARM Platform" by Wookey and Tak-Shing (see "Developer's Notes", under "Some Documentation").
January 20 2004: Minor corrections, additions; see screenshot under Applications!
January 12 2004: Added an Applications section.
January 10, 2004: Added a FAQ section; added a "Developer's Notes" section; kernel instructions updated for 2.4.21 kernel.
December 27, 2003: A general update; fixing and updating links
June 21 2003: Added a recipe for compiling the kernel.
June 19 2003: Added a kernel wishlist.
May 4 2003: Minor development of HOWTO, inclusion of a chapter on "Installation". Kernels for 32 and 64MB memory are available.
May 1 2003: Announcement that linux WILL boot after all - a small tweek to the arlo.cfg file was needed.
Feb. 24 2003: Addition of XTM and Elks. List of kernel development needs.
Feb. 8 2003: Initial webpage set up. Full of optimism.