Re: DebianSlug died . . . solid red light on boot
- Sorry, my previous email might have been a bit misleading.
To be more explicit, the issues I'm having are with Debian/NSLU2 Etch
RC1 (debian-installer) and NOT DebianSlug 3.10 Beta (NSLU2).
I have not tried any other setup (but might have to soon).
--- In email@example.com, "duffermonkey02"
> I just happened upon this thread. I am experiencing similar issues
> with DebianSlug concerning hanging shells over ssh. I have never,
> however, experienced booting issues. I have only a USB drive attached
> (no thumb drive). After booting, the "Ready/Status" LED light is a
> solid red and the Ethernet LED is solid green (unless active).
> I followed the wonderful installation instructions over at:
> I am having trouble figuring out what is actually happening when I
> lose the shell. sshd is not crashing - I can always immediately open
> a new terminal and ssh into the NSLU2. I immediately run top, and the
> CPU is essentially idle.
> There seems to be no relevant messages produced in the logs, either.
> I've never had any issues with my router (Linksys WRT54G with dd-wrt),
> so I don't feel it's a packet issue. The NSLU2 kernel appears very
> I can't seem to force the hang, either. Last it occurred was when I
> ran apt-get update. I simply opened a new shell and re-ran the same
> command and it had no issues.
> As far as any strange daemons running, etc., this is pretty much a
> clean install.
> Any thoughts or ideas? Seems like it's definitely related to the
> issues experienced by others.