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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2010

Debian Lenny running on a Chitech CT-PC89E, an ARM netbook with a 1024x600 8.9in LCD screen and a Samsung ARM11 S3C6410 processor. Very basic: running matchbox window manager and some GPE applications, due to the limited size of the root filesystem partition (450mb) and the fact that the factory haven't been able to provide the Linux kernel source code yet. The important thing is that it proves that it's possible to install your own OS on this machine. see http://elinux.org/CT-PC89E for more info.

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