HP website has the specification and it says PC CARD Type II supported. :confused:
One PC Card Type II card slot
One CompactFlash Type I card slot
One Smart Card reader card slot
OK, thanks. I learned something new. :)
I thought PC Card Type II = Cardbus 32 bit.
i have a nokia n800, which is an arm based, debian linux PDA device that has really done well by me thus far.
along with its incredible 800x480 display, and two SD cards slots (which a patch was release for, so SDHC cards up to 8 GB each work) it has a pretty good wifi card in it that picks up more wifi APs than my Gateway 7422gx laptop.
i hang out on a board, internettablettalk.com, that is dedicated to this device and its little brother the nokia 770. on there i have found a few folks that have put metasploit together for it. i cant seem to get it working, but that cause i am a putz (different thread for that...)
anyway, nokia backs the platform and *seems* committed to its success. new updates come out for it regularly, and one of the new features (still in the works) is a custom ported version of skype for the platform.
what i am wondering, is if people are looking to find a UMPC type platform to use with Back|Track/Back|Hand, would this be a possible candidate?
Very interested in this!! Especially if you could get injection working with a wifi card. Any idea when you will release something?
Well as I've posted various times throughout this forum, the 'smallest' device I've been successful @ in running the full BT2 distro is the Sony UX280P; for those that aren't familiar it's slightly larger than a pda with an Intel core solo 1.2 ghz processor, 1gb ram, and a 40 gb hd and will run pretty much any OS on the market.
The built in ipw3945 card sucks, 'but' the usb port saves the day for plugging in your favorite alfa / linksys /etc card which makes it a very powerful device (if your budget allows you to afford it :eek:)
I have a Dell Axim X30 which I barely use. I wonder if I recompile the kernel for ARM/XScale if BT will run. I'm gonna try it out one of these days...
there is a port of familiar linux, but I don't know exactly how far they've taken it:
Excuse my ignorance, isn't the Axim series all XScale processors, so you should be able to compile the kernel for ARM4 and get it to work...