This package includes support for generating an initramfs that can boot on
the slug. It will be updated when the Debian kernel package is upgraded.
To use the internal ethernet interface on the slug, you should install
the non-free ixp4xx-microcode package. If the microcode is present in
/lib/firmware/, it will be placed in the initramfs when it is generated.
If you installed Debian using an imag
OpenSlug-1.x Family Release README
Warning: OpenSlug is not for the faint of heart! In fact, OpenSlug has a
specific target audience.
Some background first. According to the NSLU2 - Linux developers, there are 4
specific types ("camps") of NSLU2 - Linux users:
Camp #1: Users who want full Linksys compatibility (including for future
Linksys firmware releases). They ca
nslu2-utils (0.10+r58-7) unstable; urgency=low
The kernel flashing code has moved from nslu2-flashkernel into
the flash-kernel program in the package of the same name. nslu2-flashkernel
will run flash-kernel for now, but will eventually be removed. You should
update your system to use flash-kernel directly, by editing
/etc/kernel-img.conf to look as follows:
do_symlinks = Yes
nslu2-utils (20080403-4) unstable; urgency=low
* ACK NMU. Closes: #545204
* Fix name of start s
* nslu2-rtc.udev should not be needed with a new upstream udev, once
it's in Debian.
* Add led set
This package was put together by Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org>, using
sources from the monotone repo
Browse inside nslu2-utils_20080403-4.tar.gz
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