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    Installing Linux on Embedded System


    Hi,

    I have bought a Universal network Controller fom a company and I need to install Linux onto this machine, the company have told me that they can supply the Linux library but I need to build up linux. Can anyone steer me in the right direction please?

    Here is a descrition of the unit:
    http://www.advantech.com.tw/products...del_id=1-UD4A9
    UNO-2160 is a high-performance Pentium III grade controller that supports PC/104 extensions, serial communication ports and several other networking interfaces. UNO-2160
    supports Windows® XP Embedded OS and Windows® CE.NET, which offers a pre-configured image with optimized onboard device drivers. Windows® XP Embedded delivers the
    power of the Windows® operating system in componentized form. You can seamlessly integrate your applications into Windows® XP Embedded. Speed up your system development
    with an application ready platform that can provide a rich networking interface to fulfill diverse requirements.
    The embedded PC has the following specs:

    • - CPU Celeron® 400 MHz Ultra low-voltage version, 256/512
      - UNO-2160-JDA0 Celeron® 400MHz, 256MB SDRAM Universal Network Controller with PC/104 extension
      - MB SDRAM onboard (Default: 256 MB SDRAM).
      - Battery-backup RAM 512 KB Battery-backup RAM
      - VGA/Keyboard/Mouse DB-15 VGA Connector, PS/2 keyboard & mouse
      - Serial Ports 2 × RS-232 and 2 x RS-232/422/485 with DB-9 connectors
      - Automatic RS-485 data flow control
      - Serial Port Speed RS-232: 50 ~ 115.2 kbps
      - RS-422/485: 50 ~ 921.6 kbps
      - LAN Two 10/100 Base-T RJ-45 Ports
      - USB Interface Two USB ports, USB UHCI, Rev. 1.1 compliant
      - Printer Port One printer port
      - PC Card One PC Card slot
      - Supports CardBus (Card-32) Card and 16-bit (PCMCIA 2.1/JEIDA4.2)Card
      - Supports +5 V, +3.3 V and +12 V @ 120 mA working power
      - SSD One internal type I/II CompactFlash® slot
      - LEDs Power, IDE, Alarm for RAM Backup Battery
      - PC/104 Two PC/104 Extensions. (Option). Support +5V working power
      - HDD Built in HDD bracket for installation of one standard 2.5" HDD
      - Anti-Shock 50 G @ Wall mounting, IEC 68 2-27, half sine, 11 ms w/CompactFlash® SSD
      - Software Options Windows® XP Embedded, Windows® NT/2000/XP

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    what are the exactlibires they'll provide. I assume its just the kernel
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