[svlug] StoresOnline so-called "netbook"

Jesse Monroy jesse650 at gmail.com
Thu May 12 14:48:55 PDT 2011

If you've got USB, you could do something with it. There should be a
few distros for this.
Daniel at a cabal installed on my Fujitsu CT-500 touch screen --
Moblin, now Meego. ( https://meego.com/ ) I use this machine as for
wireless mobile data entry. My office has three floors, I did not want
to wire the place. I barcode scan books and the back end server runs a
heuristic program to tell me if its worth buy/selling

I also have several librettos (64MB originally 2GB HD) and they run
freebsd 4.x. They used to be web servers. They had small drives, just
enough install the OS. They USB port extension save me.

They still make attachments for these things. Note:

good luck

On 5/12/11, Bill Ward <bill at wards.net> wrote:
> My mom signed up for the StoresOnline seminar (bad idea) and I went along to
> make sure she didn't do anything stupid. They gave her a free "netbook" at
> the end of the presentation, and I took it home to see if it was useful for
> anything.
> It isn't.
> It runs Windows CE, has 128MB of memory, a tiny screen, a horrible
> keyboard...
> I had been thinking maybe it could be made to run Linux and be somehow
> useful, but that seems unlikely.
> Any of you ever see one of these things before? Any ideas as to what I might
> be able to do with it?
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