Re: [nslu2-linux] de-underclocking mode successful, however, now gentoo will not boot chainloaded from openslug
- On Tue, 2006-08-01 at 13:01 -0500, nick thompson wrote:
> Thanks for ANY info, help, links to fixes, anything... just a message1) Check your drive on a other system.
> with a guess even.
2) Connected it to the usb port after you have booted.
Check if the drive is seen.
3) Check the other usb port as well.
- On 01-Aug-2006 19:01.07 (BST), nick thompson wrote:
> I am desperate. So, the de-underclock mod worked, but gentoo wouldn'tThat's *really* odd - I bought a slug a few months ago and tried to install
> load off the usb drive anymore, so I had though I broke it at first,
> then I unplugged the usb drive, and openslug boots right up, and dmesg
> does say 266 mhz. Cool. But, what the heck is going on? Why won't it
> load gentoo anymore? I didn't change anything, other than double the cpu
Debian on it - it continually segfaulted at random points in the installer.
De-underclocking the slug seemed to have the effect of making everything
Since then, I've ended up using OpenSlug, but it was certainly very odd.
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