Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: July 09 2008,09:29
Wow, is that one of the butterfly keyboards?
The specs from thinkwiki:
|One of the following processors: |
Intel 486DX2 50 MHz
Intel 486DX4 75 MHz
CT-65545 video controller with 1MB
10.4" DSTN display with 640x480 resolution
4 or 8MB memory standard
360, 540 or 720MB HDD
ES688 audio controller
Folding TrackWrite keyboard
(2) Type II, or (1) Type III PCMCIA slot
RAM might be tight if you want to have graphical, it's ram can be upgraded to 24MB though which should be comfortable. Sound whould work automatically. You *need* atleast 8mb to boot any current linux floppy, some older ones work with 4mb.
I'd say boot with a suitable floppy, and then transfer stuff around with either a 16-bit pcmcia lan card or irda.
DSL can also split itself into floppy-sized pieces, but moving a floppy 40+ times back and forth is.. not comfortable. Noisy and slow.
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