Debian/NSLU2 and NTFS
I'm new to the slug. I'm amazed debian runs on a $50 machine.
I did have some questions.
1) Can an NTFS external usb hard drive be mounted read/write?
Should I use ntfs-3g? If so, how do I install it?
My understanding is ntfs is not stable doing high capacity I/O
on the slug and doesn't have user/group file permissions which
I think I can live with.
I read the NTFS FAQ but it seems directed at Unslung and SlugOS
and not debian/nslu2 so wasn't as helpful as I had hoped.
2) Is there documentation on how to cross compile for debian/nslu2?
Looked but only found the cross-compile doc for OpenDebianSlug:
3) Can the ipkg packages be used by debian/nslu2. Yeah it's
a newbie question and the answer is
probably no but I wanted to double check.
root@sysmatlab3# uname -a
Linux sysmatlab3 2.6.18-4-ixp4xx #1 Tue Mar 27 18:01:56 BST 2007