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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.


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

      >Hi
      >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
      >
      >TIA
      >Richard
      >
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