- Thanks for your answer. I will check the french site also.
- Means your last sentence, that using VLC with Debian is also working
on a Slug?
Thanks for your help in advance, I am a real beginner.
- Yes there is a regular ARM distribution for Debian
Since they fixed the installer it runs pretty good. Takes a while
though. Expect to spend at least a couple of hours working on it.
Remember that you can only run Debian on a NSLU2 from a hard drive.
Its not like unslung. Its a full blown debian system.
I only had to start over once. First time I installed the NSLU2 it red
lighted on the install. Just be patient and walk away for a while and
do something else. When my first install red lighted, I had to drop
back to the original Linksys firmware and then install debian again.
I was using the sercomm firmware update tool (windows OS) at the time
but it is real easy using upslug (linux) as well.
It was a lot easier then going the redboot method.
Its always a good thing to know how to use the redboot method...just
in case murphy comes to visit
Good luck and have fun.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "MIKi" <miklos.wenczl@...> wrote:
> Thanks for your answer. I will check the french site also.
> - Means your last sentence, that using VLC with Debian is also working
> on a Slug?
> Thanks for your help in advance, I am a real beginner.