Not entirely related to the CF-01, but...
I have been searching for some code to add a new segment to my home network. I've got the LAN in my home office with an iMac, SGI, Mac/Avid, Powerbook, and my trusty Amiga 3000 (handling the IP/NAT and PPPoE chores). The Powerbook G3 doubles as the base station for the wireless leg so I can web-pad with the CF-01 (see, something related to topic) and Stylistic 2300 around the house and backyard, etc. But I wanted to add another wired segment to network the kids computers in another part of the house.
I searched high and low on the 'net for some software to turn one of my little Stylistic 500s (got 3 lying around) into a router so I could bridge between a wireless pcmcia card (Nokia C020) and an ethernet card (3Com 3C589D) to pass the traffic to and from the rest of the network.
I am not yet Linux proficient, so while there are a couple of Linux based router-on-a-floppy pieces of code, they didn't quite fill the bill (I'll get there some day). Karlbridge software (which runs the Apple Airport Base station) woulda done the trick, but it's not available for download anymore.
So I finally bit the bullet and used 98Lite to install Windows 98 (sleek) on the little penpad.
'Course, it only has a 105mb PCMCIA HD, so I needed to double-space 95mb of it to get the 160 mb required for the install (with 10 mb left uncompressed for paging) and I won't even go into the different headaches 98 put me thru, but tonite after some registry tweeks, I finally managed to get ICS up and running on it and my networks are talking (and my kids can go to Nick.com without messing with the wife's iMac).