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Sharp's Zaurus PDA loves Linux

Linux gets onto another PDA... This time from Sharp
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Written by ZDNet UK on

According to reports, the Zaurus PDA from electronics giant Sharp, can now run Linux software thanks to zxLinux software from Axe.

The software is being distributed free at zxLinux' Web site.

The reports suggest Sharp will add more applications for Zaurus as Linux programmers start using the Linux development environment from zxLinux. There are currently around 1,000 titles for Zaurus.

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