This is a response from booboo on the Dingux site about Linux on Letcool.
"No way. The device is cool, but there is no information at all on the SPMP8000 SoC, and reverse engineering all the peripheals is not an option.
Remember: with the A320 I started with a working linux port for the JZ4732, and just had to reverse engineer GPIO, some LCD stuff and little more. There were also tools to upload code via USB. Ingenic did already support linux, and later they even released datasheets and programmer's manual for the JZ4732 (it sucked a bit, but was quite complete).
So, unless we get somehing to start with, either the source code of the firmware or (better yet) the full datasheet and programmer's manual of the SPMP8000 I wouldn't even remotely hope to have linux running on it anytime."
There have been no further updates for the .bin format either since the doom and quake ports.
Is that a fat lady I hear singing for the Letcool.