Benjamin Burns wrote:
> I second the question, as I'm curious as well. However -- I think it
> might be more appropriate/worthwhile to ask about the buildroot
> portage package on the gumstix-users mailing list. You can subscribe
> to it at http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=98784 -- if you don't
> wish to subscribe (it's a quite busy list) I can pose the question
> there and forward the response (if any) back to you individually, or
> to the entire list.
> M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
>> I am getting a couple of Gumstix small computers, and I'm wondering
>> if there are any Gentoo embedded folks working with them. So far,
>> I've downloaded their software development tools and, apart from
>> needing some GCC juggling and a Ruby version conflict, everything
>> seems to be working. I'll know more once I get the real hardware,
>> What I found interesting is that the Gumstix "buildroot" environment
>> contains a package called "portage". Is this a Gentoo Portage as we
>> know it, or something else called "portage"? These are fascinating
>> little gizmos -- a 400 MHz XScale CPU, 64 MB of RAM, 16 MB of flash,
>> two serial ports, a USB port, a bluetooth adapter and a slot for up
>> to a GB of MMC memory in a box the size of a pack of gum.
I'm already on the list ... I was saving the question until I had a
chance to look at the source.
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky, FBG, AB, PTA, PGS, MS, MNLP, NST, ACMC(P)
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