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    An OS made specifically for EPIA M

    qrey.org has developed an OS built around the EPIA M mobos. It boots in less than 13 seconds and can be installed within a few minutes.

    It's fairly new, and not much eye candy. But it does seem to have potential in the mp3car world.

    Maybe someone here knows some programming skills and can direct it towards a carputer OS

    bye- out looking for more linux OS's

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    doesn't give much info but migt be worth messing with if i can find partimage?? to recombine the image i guess
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    Is that a french company?
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    Originally posted by TruckinMP3
    Is that a french company?
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    Good thing people don't think that way about American software

    It looks to just be a stripped down Linux distro.. So if you aren't already willing to use Linux then unfortunately it probably won't help much.
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    Originally posted by Callahan
    Good thing people don't think that way about American software

    It looks to just be a stripped down Linux distro.. So if you aren't already willing to use Linux then unfortunately it probably won't help much.
    yep it is.. on a side note i can boot my computer with linuxbios+linux in 12 seconds..
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    Originally posted by Callahan
    Good thing people don't think that way about American software
    That is a comment about the country, not the software .... but whatever.
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    Wasn't someone working on an XP embedded install for the M?

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    I've created an XP Embedded Image for the EPIA 800Mhz System, Im sure it wouldnt be too difficult to do it for the EPIA-M!
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    i should prolly mess with my copy of embedded

    whats all in your xp image?
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    Originally posted by TruckinMP3
    That is a comment about the country, not the software .... but whatever.
    That's an IDIOTIC comment
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