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This package currently only contains some documentation for the Debian installer. We welcome suggestions about what else to put in it.
Package version:20081029ubuntu102


The GLAN Tank is a NAS device with a 400 MHz IOP chip, 2 IDE slots, 128 MB
RAM, 4 USB ports and 1 GBit Ethernet.  Other devices from IO-Data, in
particular the HDL-Gxxx, HDL-GWxxx, and HDL-GZxxx series, are very similar
and should be supported too.

The GLAN Tank only has 0.5 MB flash which contains a version of RedBoot
that can read a kernel and initrd from IDE disk.  It starts the following


ARM based Kurobox Pro and Linkstation Pro/Live machines are similar
machines which primary use is as NAS devices or small home servers. They
are produced and selled for experienced GNU/Linux users. There are earlier
machines based on PowerPC but they are not supported.

The machines:

 - Kurobox Pro, has 256 MB MTD flash which stores the original firmware
 - Linkstation Live v1
 - Linkstation Live


Thecus N2100

The N2100 has two SATA ports (sata_sil), two Ethernet ports (r8169),
16 MB flash, and one DDR2 memory slot.

The boot loader passes root=/dev/ram0 to the kernel so flash-kernel
contains code to overwrite this kernel parmeter.


The Iomega NAS 100d is a small ARM based gadget which has one
Ethernet, two USB ports, an internal I


The Netwinder ( is a thin client which used to be
produced by Corel and la


The Linksys NSLU2 is a small ARM based gadget which has one Ethernet and
two USB ports.  The idea is


The 1480 has a real PCMCIA card and you can start SiByl like this (with a
CF card in the lower PCMCI


MIPS based Cobalt machines are a variety of quite similar machines, all no
longer in production but 

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