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  • On 9/14/05, tarlano < mailinglist.account@^$1 > wrote: I saw the reference to OpenSlug in the orginal message. The abiguity was caused by the use of the word "or" in just that line of text, since it said ".., or by using the OpenSlug turnup method as described in..". I was thinking the other part of that "or" could have included chrooting from Unslung. Anthony, No problem. If you...
    Rod Whitby Sep 14, 2005
  • On 9/14/05, mbanditt < auslands-kv@^$1 > wrote: One idea I have: I found out that the hardware address of eth0 has changed!!! Before it was 00:0f:66:7f:3a:fb. Now it is 00:02:b3:01:01:01. Whatever this may mean??? You need to set your hardware address in /etc/network/interfaces. This was missing from the wiki page (which I've just updated). http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki...
    Rod Whitby Sep 14, 2005
  • Are there any official Debian Developers (that is a registered Debian Developer, not just a developer who does stuff with Debian) on the list ? If so, please contact me privately. -- Rod
    Rod Whitby Sep 14, 2005
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  • On 9/15/05, Jochen RĂ¼ter < webseiten@^$1 > wrote: maybe anyone has use for this, I just compiled the need for speed lan server for the nslu :) Jochen, We would prefer the .mk file or .bb file (i.e. the ability to compile it from source) instead of the binary posted to the list. Binaries are just too dangerous to be posted around. -- Rod
    Rod Whitby Sep 14, 2005
  • On 9/14/05, mbanditt wrote: > do you know, if OpenDebianSlug works with OpenSlug2.5 or only with > OpenSlug2.6? I have personally only tried it with a recent 2.6-alpha build. -- Rod
    Rod Whitby Sep 13, 2005
  • There is usually a kernel setting under /proc that you need to set to allow routing of packets. Can't think of it's name at the moment, but a bit of Googling should find it for you. -- Rod
    Rod Whitby Sep 13, 2005
  • On 9/14/05, tarlano wrote: > This may be a stupid question, but can I use your compilation tutorial > on a nslu2 that has unslung? Or must I flash the device with openslug > 2.5 first. Have a look below in the text of the original email that you forgot to trim from your reply. Yes, at the moment you need to flash OpenSlug 2.5 or later first. > --- In nslu2-linux@^$1, Lennert...
    Rod Whitby Sep 13, 2005
  • > I'm hoping that by posting this, the right person will notice and > adjust the master build stuff correctly -- but I do wonder if someone > could help me understand the process involved in reporting, and > addressing build issues (as I expect I'll encounter others -- I notice > as I type this that the build has stalled attempting to download tftp > sources from mamalinux.com...
    Rod Whitby Sep 12, 2005
  • On 9/11/05, smitna68 wrote: > For me the solution was to compile and install > 'file'(http://public.planetmirror.com/pub/file/file-4.13.tar.gz) > that is necessary to compile php. Actually there is no package for > openslug. There is now (or will be as soon as the autobuild updates the feed). -- Rod
    Rod Whitby Sep 11, 2005
  • You will either need to wait for Unslung 6.x (based on Linksys R63) (for the multiple disks per port support), or use OpenSlug. Note that we're still waiting for someone to create the Linksys linkys R29 to R63 kernel patch so that we can create Unslung 6.x for alpha testing ... -- Rod On 9/11/05, pwsabm wrote: > I have been studying the NSLU2 for a long time and I think it is a...
    Rod Whitby Sep 11, 2005