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8913Re: [nslu2-general] newbie type question

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  • Harsh
    Apr 12, 2013
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      Just check your router status page for connected clients once the system boots up

      The other alternative is of course to reflash it afresh with debian.

      On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 11:37 PM IST Richard wrote:

      >I was playing with my SLUG back in 2006, I may have loaded debian
      >on it.
      >At that time I didn't pursue it for long and I really didn't need any use for it.
      >However, as time goes on and the arthritis progresses and sitting at the main computer upstairs becomes difficult, I now use my laptop 90% of the time.
      >Leaving the machine on upstairs is wasting power as I only use it as a print server.
      >I was thinking of getting a RaspberyPI to use as a print server, THEN I remembered the SLUG , which should be able to run cups.
      >Sorry for the waffle, but here;s the problem, I can't remember what its ip address, passwords, username or anything.
      >7 years is a long time.
      >Can someone help me with what I need to do to get into it, if I power it up and connect it to the ethernet port on this laptop.
      >Its a windows free zone here, the laptop is running Fedora FC18, so maybe one redeeming feature.
      >Sorry for such a nooob question
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