> So, you're looking at making a CF card that would have something like a
> ribbon cable to a PC104 compatible board?
A PCB that a Netstix would be hosted on, the other side a PC104 interface.
> Is there a reason you wouldn't just build a PC104 board that would
> connect directly to a gumstix CPU?
Physical mounting would target an encased Netstix.
> And, any reason to only do PC104 and not PC104+?
I suppose one could target PC104+, but I think the PXA255 CompactFlash
interface is best suited for PC104.
> (I am somewhat interested, in that I think some of what I want to do is
> easier with PC104 or PC104+ due to the large number of PC104(+)
> products, but I also think that PC104 might be too big for what I really
> want to do ... and also, I'm purely a hobbyist, so don't expect to
> depend on any income, nor recapture investment, etc., from my interests)
I don't plan on making much money on this. It's more of an experiment