Iyonix Linux installations at South East showBy Chris Williams. Published: 15th Oct 2003, 20:49:54 | Permalink | Printable
'cat; cp; shutdown -r' while you waitPeter Naulls of ARM Linux on Iyonix fame will be offering an Iyonix Linux installation service this Saturday at the UK RISC OS South East show.
Peter will be installing kernel
2.4.19-rmk7-ds3-pn1 and the Debian ARM distribution.
"I will be able to perform a limited number of Iyonix Linux installations at the show, but you must book with me in advance, and give me details of whether you wish to repartition your drive, or install a new drive for Linux", Peter told us this week.
Also, we've recently learnt of one online XScale powered Iyonix. Reader Jaco van Iterson performed a network install in order to get ARM Linux onto his machine.
ARM Linux and Debian ARM resources website
Peter Naulls is a drobe.co.uk editor
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