- Feb 23, 2009
and building a new windows mobile(ce) image would be much easier than adapting an image of an os tailored for an other platform... as for microsoft, as long as you'll pay the license (around 3$ for the basic, 15$ if you want some office viewer and thing like that...), I don't see where the problem might be. the problem will come from the people who builded that OS for this specific platform and embedded their own drivers.... The software for it will be limited for sure when compared to linux offering, but for some this might be important. Cheers!
I don't see how any of this could be made available. If someone gets it running, they can't upload it anywhere as Microsoft will surely send take down orders, c&ds, etc almost instantly. Taking the OS from elsewhere and replacing/adding a few drivers will likely result in the same outcome.
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