March 9, 2001
Win2K bites the dust: Making a PocketPC work with Linux
Author: JT Smith
AllLinuxDevices' Bojan Smojver describes how to configure a Compaq Aero handheld PC for use with Linux: "Basically, in just a few hours, I've achieved excellent connectivity of Linux and PocketPC, thanks to a few documents and free downloads. I still can't sync Tasks and other items stored in the proprietary database format, but most of the stuff I need works. And, for once, it's really reliable and fast."