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68K Linux Ported to 89/92+?
Posted by Nick on 6 June 2000, 16:07 GMT

Resident Linux (guru/zealot) Henrik emailed me today with a link to some posts on the Linux kernel mailing list about porting the Linux kernel to the 89/92+. Some new topics have been addressed by many people in the Linux and Open Source communities, making things hopeful once again to see this OS ported over.


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I'm porting Linux to the 89/92+
Rick Olson  Account Info
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I am currently working on porting the Linux OS over to the TI 89/92+. I'm not sure how long this will take me, but I'd imagine a few months at least. Of course, porting an OS over to the calculator would require an extreme amount of memory, and I'm not quite sure what to do about this. I'm looking for some skilled people to help me out with this project, so if you are interested, please email me at fluffyindustry@email.com. I call it TInux. I thought that sounded pretty cool.

     28 August 2000, 09:59 GMT

Re: I'm porting Linux to the 89/92+
tom keller  Account Info
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Don't know if you guys know about this (I don't want to sound stupid or anything). It's a Linux port to the 89, as a nostub program, so it keeps the AMS. Needs some more functionality, though.

     21 April 2003, 13:56 GMT

Re: Re: I'm porting Linux to the 89/92+
kurdt  Account Info

this sounds great!

But I'm looking as a CS student for a thesis subject, and I was thinking to do something like this next year. Especially for TI83+.
Someone knows about these things if it's possible to try this?

     3 June 2003, 15:06 GMT
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