Done! I managed to boot into my own "distribution". It does not have any useful software, but it works (kind of
1) Boot into windows mobile (tested with sdhc card patch).
2) Create two partitions on SD card (FAT for windows mobile and ext2 for linux).
3) Copy haret and kernel image into FAT
4) Copy rootfs into ext2
5) Boot into windows mobile
6) Attach USB between Magician and LINUX (!) machine
7) Run haret from FAT
8) Linux should start booting if not power reset and start from 1) (or maybe you have different revision?, LCD=samsung)
9) REPLUG usb cable (usb GPIO is not implemented, windows sets that)
10) On Linux machine set ethernet over usb: ifconfig usb0 192.168.4.1 up (you can set NAT too)
11) You should be able to login over SSH with user/pass=root/pokus
12) Xorg -noreset -retro & export DISPLAY=:0; xeyes &
Root filesystem is here: ulozto dot net/x6P845U8/to-okias-tar-bz2 . Kernel is 3.7 (patched vanilla) but I heard, some of my patches are not required in 3.11+.
Touchscreen data are a bit unstable (developer's version) I will try to improve them (or update to 3.11).
Are there some hardware hackers, who owns Magician? I need help with certain things (for example data chip (1 wire PIC used as eeprom?) from my battery burned so I cannot use it). Of course if someone willing to send me a spare battery I will not refuse
I would like to know if touchscreen works for everyone other (if you paint rectangle, does cursor really move in rectangle, etc..)?
If someone wants patches against 3.7 please send me e-mail.