> 'midori.transmeta.com' has vanished; 'midori' cvs on 'sourceforge' is
> I would very much appreciate locating the distro(s) as published by
> Transmeta (tarballs, ISO images, etc.). X86-devel versions and
> docs most needed.
> Michael Grigoni
> *theque Museum
Please have a look at www.armtwister.com
At this site, there is the newest CVS for Midori, but no documentation.
The "new" version of midori is from 2003. In my opinion, this project is
I would disadvise you to use Midori for a project. I do it and it's very
difficult. A lot of modules in this distro are not testet.
And it's difficult to find documentation.
If you want to use it and if you need some documentation, I can send you
documentation I have here.
It's not much but for beginning ok.
The rest you have to try when you're working with Midori.