I just wanted to let everyone know that I got my IA-1 working with a linux distro called Basic Linux. You can find the home page here. http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/baslinux/ I have been trying to find an easy way to turn my IA-1 into a digital picture frame and BL did almost everything I needed right out of the box. You can even add in old Slackware packages for more software. Very easy to customize. It took a little bit of work to get my CF card to boot into DOS, but after that you just run a small batch file and everything came right up. Give it a try!Thanks,
I've tried BL3.5 on an ia1. It works, but not my USB-Networkcard. It seems that no USB-Support is integrated in the standard Kernel. But I don't know how i compile an Kernel myself. Does you have an USB-Networkcard work?
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