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'''Palm OS''' is an embedded operating system initially developed by U.S. Robotics' owned Palm Computing, Inc. for personal digital assistants (PDAs) in 1996. Palm OS is designed for ease of use with a touchscreen-based graphical user interface. It is provided with a suite of basic applications for personal information management. Besides Palm, several other licensees have manufactured devices powered by Palm OS. The currently licensed version from ACCESS is now called Garnet OS, as the Palm trademark belongs to Palm, Inc.
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== Disadvantages ==
  
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Just in case, my [[ALT Linux Rescue]] LiveCD is a part of regular builds project thus updates happen weekly; using current/unstable Sisyphus repository helps maintain recent kernel and baseline utilities (although special packages still might lack attention at times).
*[http://www.palm.com/ Palm Homepage]
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_OS Palm OS at Wikipedia]
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It doesn't tackle the "no simple way to reconfigure" as the packages get included as is -- so fixing those is the proposed way (but then again TSK is built with AFF support in ALT), and additional/updated packages can be installed in runtime too. --[[User:MShigorin|MShigorin]] ([[User talk:MShigorin|talk]]) 07:23, 23 April 2014 (CDT)
*[http://www.palm-freeware.org/ Palm Freeware]
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Latest revision as of 08:23, 23 April 2014

Disadvantages

Just in case, my ALT Linux Rescue LiveCD is a part of regular builds project thus updates happen weekly; using current/unstable Sisyphus repository helps maintain recent kernel and baseline utilities (although special packages still might lack attention at times).

It doesn't tackle the "no simple way to reconfigure" as the packages get included as is -- so fixing those is the proposed way (but then again TSK is built with AFF support in ALT), and additional/updated packages can be installed in runtime too. --MShigorin (talk) 07:23, 23 April 2014 (CDT)