Sorry,my monologue continue.The FlashMagic tool would not recognize the linux kernel binary,and LPC2000 flash utility do not support burning over LAN.

As ARM compiled U-boot bootloader,Linux kernel and cramfs Linux filesystem are available (I will go for the ARM926EJ brand) it could be possible to burn a running system with tftp command via port 69

Notes from ARM homepages say: U-Boot is expected to run from 0x01000000 in memory on ARM boards (Later RealView boards 0x06000000) but the embedian method looks OK.

Some fiddling is necessary,and I will later give it a try with crossover cable from Linux machine to mini notebook.
The notebook recognize cabled LAN out of the box when wireless disabled.