Yes, I have one. If you have a public FTP server, I can make it
available for you. It does the following:
1) boots up into Linux
2) Starts X
3) tells icewm to hide the task bar from .config
4) runs xset -display :0 s off
5) run xsetroot -display :0 -cursor none.xbm none.xbm.mask
(two files to make the cursor disappear)
6) runs 'mount /dev/hdc1 /images'
(this means you need to make FAT formatted CF disk
with .JPG/.jpg files into that directory)
7) xv -display :0 -rm 5 -wl -wa 20 -random -view /images/*.jpg /images/*.JPG
If you want it, let me know. I can also send you the source,
which I find more useful for people trying to modify and
I'm looking to change the kernel image in it to enable the
Clipper 10/100 port, then I'll send it to qDot for his web
page (I think a lot of people want to do the digital picture
frame). If someone has a base .config for 2.4.18, I'll use
that and make the pcnet32.o inclusion into the image.
Since I'm basically putting this into a wood frame with vents
for cooling and a container, it should be done soon. Also,
I'm going to add either -vflip or -rotate +90 to the xv command
line depending on how I rotate the motherboard to put the power
connector at the bottom of the frame (right now it would stick
out of the top).
Let me know, thanks (yakker AT aparity dot com).