PC104 - some questions about the platform

From: Wilfried (internet_dragon__at_pandora.be)
Date: 02/19/05

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    Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 13:02:38 GMT
    
    

    Hi all out there,

    I want to start experimenting with the PC140 platform but I need some info
    first:
    The disk on chip system:
            - Can I use it as a regular disk, meaning like on a "normal" PC,
              startup with a cdrom, format it an write data to it? And this without
              extra HW (Like a FLASH-Programmer)?
            - Can I use my own (...ok the binaries/sources I get from the net)
              Linux(When it is small enough)
    In Linux:
            - Is it enough to mount the filesystem read-only w/o having problems
              when I power-off the system w/o a proper shut down?

            - Any Idea about prices?
                    - Just a starters kit
                            - But needs a possibility to connect a
                              monitor/keyboard/mouse
                              And maybe a PCI-device.

    Thank you for reading this article.


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