Re: success report, armel on nslu2
I have experienced exactly the same problems with a 4GB USB flash disk!
Strange, there must be some problem with large flash disks...
On 3/25/07, Jeff Breidenbach <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I bought another nslu2 yesterday, and a 4GB USB flash drive. Absolute
disaster; every combination I tried ended up failing, usually while
installing the base system. Fiddled with the etch RC2 installer, armel
installer, automatic vs manual partitioning, etc.
Today I threw out the memory stick (it was a "PQI u230") and replaced
it with a 2GB "Corsair Flash Voyager" which had good reviews for speed
and reliability. Worked like a charm on the first try. I did pre-partition and
format the USB stick on a desktop Linux computer first, giving 256MB to
swap and the rest as an ext3 partition. Probably would have worked fine
letting the installer do this, but but I wanted to minimize the number of
things that could go wrong.
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