Hacker-friendly Linux PDA stack enhanced

Monday, 10 July 2006, 12:18 AM EST

The OpenZaurus Project has released a new version of its Linux-based software stack for Sharp Zaurus PDAs. OpenZaurus 3.5.4.1 is based on a 2.6.16 Linux kernel, and includes some 13,000 "ready-to-install" packages. Nine Zaurus models are fully supported, while others can be updated selectively.

At Linux Devices.

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