Lol - how would I go about doing that?
Stupid question - would the driver that the linux OS uses in ipaq be the same marvel driver used on the windows os? If it's not, and the driver has been written from scratch by the developer then maybe it's just a question of editing it. I'm going to rummage around the linux distro and see if I can post the driver up here for perusal.
No, it would be a different driver since it's a different cpu.
....no it's not, it's the same cpu on the ipaq just different OS.
Sorry, let me clarify, ipaq comes with windows mobile. Windows mobile would have it's own drivers (closed source). If the drivers for the Linux OS that has been created for the ipaq are open source, then they could be edited..?
Looks like it's going to have to be the openmoko freerunner after all. Why are they so damn expensive?!?!
Well, some research has shown up a dutch trader in openmokos at 293 euros a pop. not bad. considering french prices of 380... They may be kooky but my god you gotta love the dutch.
Hey, new platform perhaps viable for hacking device - http://www.openpandora.org/
wireless b/g and bluetooth...