I've hacked the IA-1 to enter the BIOS screen. My only boot sequence option available is "floppy drive a:". Also do you have to do the paperclip hack every time you want to get into the BIOS. Mine went back to original after I unplugged it.
Is it possible to put Puppy Linux 2.14 on this thing?
OK. I have the BIOS whenever I need it. I used the HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool to make a bootable CF card. Using Dolly I've burned every version of Midori, Jailbait, and Beos I could find. So far only Midori looks promising although I'd like to know for sure if the versions I have (m4i1-2.3pre1 and pre2) will work with any wireless USB dongle. Anyone running wireless with these and if so what model dongle?
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