The OpenZaurus Project has released a new version of its Linux-based software stack for Sharp Zaurus PDAs. OpenZaurus 184.108.40.206 is based on a 2.6.16 Linux kernel, and includes some 13,000 “ready-to-install” packages. Nine Zaurus models are fully supported, while others can be updated selectively.
Hacker-friendly Linux PDA Stack Enhanced
2006-07-09 Wireless 6 Comments
That’s alot! But are they all usable? I mean, some applications may require too much space on the screen or simply too much memory? I don’t know since I don’t own a PDA but if it all works great, I’m really impressed.
I’m thinking about getting one btw, mainly because they arent so expensive compared to mp3 players and they can be used to listen to music as well. Just a matter of time