Re: [nslu2-linux] Re: TwonkyMedia Server on Debian NSLU2
- "kscookson" <kscookson@...> writes:
> I think I may have found the answer, I needed the little endianThe processor in the NSLU2 is capable of running in either big-endian or
> version, http://www.twonkyvision.com/Download/4.4/twonkymedia-armel-
> glibc-2.2.5.zip, instead of the NSLU2 version, seems odd but it does
> now start. Can anyone please throw some light on this, I would have
> thought that the NSLU2 version should work, or is that for "UnSlung"
little-endian mode. Unslung is big-endian, because it has to be compatible
with the original Linksys firmware. Debian has chosen little-endian
(probably because the x86 is little-endian, and thus there are fewer porting
issues for application code). Hence you need to pick the right twonky for
> > I'm assuming the problem is one of two things :-Mike (mwester)
> > 1) It's the wrong type of executable, ie i386, instead of ARM, but I
> > don't know how to check it; I've also downloaded and installed
> > several versions now making sure they are the NSLU2 version, so I
> > think this is unlikely to be the problem.
> > 2) My Debian installation is missing something. When I installed it
> > and was prompted for the type of installation, ie Server, PC, Laptop,
> > etc, I made sure none of the options were selected, not even the
> > bottom default one, thus ensuring the minimal installation footprint.