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From: Andrew Kesterson <andrew@ak...> - 2005-01-26 05:48:39
On Tue, 25 Jan 2005 at 13:23:33, styrotege wrote:
>I would be interested in obtaining one, actually.
>It would allow me to actually start working on the gclinux project
>rather than just being an observer. I work for a company that does a
>lot of linux development, primarily socket network stuff, ORB object
>development, and a lot of infosec stuff, so maybe my knowledge could be
>of some use.
>I haven't tweaked w/ gc-linux much at all yet since I don't have a copy
>of PSO. I have a lot of experience with diskless client solutions
>though, so I'm sure it wouldn't be hard for me to get gclinux up and
>running to play with if I had a boot source.
With a FAT16 driver and the libOGC SDCard stdlibs for file I/O, you can
set the kernel to boot from an SDCard using SDLoad. See
http://www.gcdev.com for details on SDLoad.
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