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hey all, i am always hearing about peopel who put linux on things like phones, xboxes, and even wrist watches. I was curious, and had an old Keyocera 7135 smartphone, ...
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    install on a pda?


    hey all,

    i am always hearing about peopel who put linux on things like phones, xboxes, and even wrist watches. I was curious, and had an old Keyocera 7135 smartphone, so i decided to try to load Damn Small Linux on it. I got an sd card, and a card reader. After that, im lost. Has anyone done something similer? Can this even be done? Any tips or advice would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

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    The closest thing I can see is this article on LinuxDevices.com. It also references uClinux.org, which looks like a good starting place.
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    i got the uClinux, synced it with the palm, opened it, pressed "OK" to erase everything, then hit "boot linux". However, everytime i do it it freezes. I checked the file, the uClinux is only about 400 kb, wich doesn't seem big enough. Any help?

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