Psion linux OS info at netogram.com

Psion linux OS info at netogram.com

Psions come in many flavours

We just learned that there's a project called Openpsion, aiming to change your Psion 5 machine into a Linux PDA.
We read: Openpsion (formerly psilinux) is a project to port the unix-like operating system Linux to a group of palmtops produced by Psion and related machines such as the Geofox One. At present, working linux systems can be installed on any of the Series 5, Series 5MX, Series 5MX-Pro, Revo (Revo+, Mako) machines (NOT the Series 3). Linux on the Series 7/netBook is rudimentarily working. A base state of Debian Woody is also available for the 5MX. You can browse the Debian packages, and conveniently download binary packages (*.deb files) for ARM cpu at Debian Stable Packages (or use "testing" or "unstable") at the Openpsion site.
Want to read more? Interested? Here's the link: The Psion Linux pages. Please take note of the fact the we don't encourage, advice or suggest you to install Linux on your Psion PDA. Use at your own risk and after careful consideration. If you visit the site, you will leave the netogram.com site. We make no warranty or representation regarding, and do not endorse any linked web sites or the information appearing thereon or any of the products or services described thereon. A link to a non-netogram.com web site does not mean that we endorse or accept any responsibility for the content or use of such web site. We are not responsible for the content of any off-site pages or any other sites linked to our Site.

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