|I've been using Midori Linux for a while. (Do a search here to find several threads.) It fits in the 16MB FLASH with room to spare. It's fairly basic with Opera, XMMS, a notepad, VNC viewer, and a few other things. I have a "Y" adapter connected to the keyboard socket to which I have plugged in a standard keyboard and mouse. I have a USB Ethernet connector connected to the USB port. Other than that, it's pretty basic. It's quick, and Opera seems to be much more stable and faster than Netscape. I use the i-Opener exclusivly for occasional web browsing when I'm not near my "main" computer. No hard drives, fairly quick boot (under a minute) and solid.|
Your specific reqirements may be met with something else, but that's what I use, and I am VERY happy with it!