Has anyone successfully got a Java KVM running on the uCSimm. It seems to me
like it fits the description for a KVM perfectly. Connected, low power, low
This is a Linux KVM http://www.kvmworld.com/Downloads/KVM/LinuxKVM.shtml
from Andreas HeilWagen who now works for Sun. I'm no expert in this stuff,
so when it comes to writing the drivers to get the LCD going, I'll be
This KVM ports to the Palm, so the 68EZ328 processor is no problem.
Densitron Technologies plc.
Tel: +44 (0)1959 542000
From: Craig Peacock [mailto:Craig.Peacock@beyondlogic.org]
Sent: 09 October 2000 10:34
Subject: Re: [uCsimm] uClinux/CVS repository started
How are you progressing with the CVS repository. Can we (The List) be
of any assistance?
Does anyone have a list of bugs/fixes or added features between each
version, e.g. 2.0.38pre4, pre5, pre7?
Where can bug fixes such as two copies of each device in /dev, or
the terminal opening to /dev be found. Is there an updated copy of the
userland binaries somewhere? uC-src.310899.tar.gz ?
> Just thought I'd let everyone know that I am a fair way into setting this
> Basically, with input from Jeff, Michael, and Greg, I am pulling
> a CVS setup with as much history as possible (all patch versions tagged
> Once it's done the plan is to put it up on opensource.lineo.com.
> If anyone has any feedback or ideas on what they would like to see, send
> them my way. I should have this up within a week, I'll post
> when it goes live,
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