QUOTE(Mickeyl @ Jan 13 2007, 05:11 AM)
Can't comment on Familiar, however if someone finishes Linux 2.6 for the SIMpad and offers to take care about the machine specifics, then Angstrom would likely support the SIMpad.
What exacly do you mean by finishing 2.6?
I have started to play a bit with 220.127.116.11 .
What I found out atm.
- Zeckes mq200 driver seems to be working with a reproducable bug 
- the ts (touchscreen) driver seems to be working (only loaded the kernel (compiled with evdev build in) and did a cat /dev/input/event0)
- there is a audio driver but I didn't tested it yet
- Zeckes ucb related stuff (battery, simpad-switches) is broken because of pavels changes on the ucb1300 stuff for the ts driver . But I think the switches code didn't work anyway (k2-6-16-hh6).
I checked the source and I was starting to write a new switches driver. This driver is not in a working state atm. I have to do a lot of school related stuff so I don't know when I am able to complete it. But I will do as soon I have enought time.
I wasn't able to find out if the 2 LEDs are also connected to the ucb. But there is a driver for them which I didn't testet yet.
I don't know if there is a driver for the Smartcard reader.
Also I didn't try to get APM working.