Re: Wyse Winterm running Linux?
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 12:57:07 -0400
> I recently came by a Wyse Winterm box that I am wondering if it's
> possible to run Linux on. I know it has Intel inside and even has most
> of the standard ports one would find on a regular PC -- VGA, USB,
> printer, two 9-pin serial, keyboard, mouse, etc. The unit says
> "Powered By WinCE".
Intel does make some other CPUs, that aren't x86 compatible. Wince is used
in small devices, such as PDAs, which generally don't have x86 compatible
Why not monitor what it puts out, to see if it supports PXE or BOOTP?
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