Originally Posted by syg00
That might be questionable. I'm always willing to champion Linux, but this is a stretch. Been a long time since the kernel fitted on a floppy - even compressed as it is. You'll have great difficulty finding doco or getting (online) help.
Might be educational though ...
That was why I mentioned Blue Flops. It comes with a 2.6 kernel on the floppy image and I was hoping to get links2 working via pcmcia.
It would be killer if I found a 16bit cheapo wireless B pcmcia for that netbook. No GUI but what a killer.
At present it is just a bootable doorstop though.