I could, but it would need to go onto a 256M Transcend flash drive with
the exact same bit count as the ones I use. For some reason some of the
other models have different sized boot sector, and the DOS partition
that launches the whole thing fails to initialize. Even when I tried to
transition the 128M drives I used to use to the 256M, I had to basically
rebuild the whole image from scratch, as writing the 128M image to a
256M drive failed.
I would also offer no support as to how to transition the PGP key, etc,
because it does not follow the standard IRLP format of using a backup
Chris, I have tried this before twice, and it did not work with the
client's equipment. I do not offer it as a download because I can not
support it on hardware I do not configure myself.
What size of DOMs do you have?
On 01/08/2012 9:18 AM, kc7wsu wrote:
> If I were to purchase a VIA LN10000EG would you be willing to share the image with me?
> Chris, KC7WSU
> Node 3205
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David Cameron (IRLP)" <dcameron@...> wrote:
>> The image is specific to the motherboard it is built for, and does not
>> contain any additional drivers, right down to the motherboard chipset,
>> ethernet adapter, and sound chipset. It was made to serve a single
>> purpose, and that was to operate in a RAM environment, so it is stripped
>> as thin as I could make it (about 35M)
>> It will not work on anything but the VIA LN10000EG, and I am not willing
>> to support it outside of the embedded nodes I offer.
>> On the other hand, if you have a module that is 2G or larger, you can
>> use it as a substitute for the HDD. Just install the OS on it as you
>> would any other with the CD. That is all I do for the "full version"
>> builds I have done.
>> Dave Cameron
>> On 01/08/2012 8:35 AM, kc7wsu wrote:
>>> Is the image for an embedded IRLP node available to download somewhere? I have several IDE Disk On Modules that I would love to install IRLP to so that I don't have to use a 40gb HDD for IRLP.
>>> I do not have a problem using dd from a bootable cd in order to install the .img
>>> Chris Andrist, KC7WSU
>>> IRLP Node 3205