Re: ARM installer images for etch (4.0) currently broken
I have just installed Debian from the 'tar ball' from
After some time i got it to work although it had dhcp and i am sure i had
static ip set(but could be wrong)
But now it has stopped working, it seems to boot up I get a flashing
green/orange light and the dhcp client list on router adds an ip address
when it boots up which i can ping. But i cannot connect using Putty.
I added a second drive which mounted fine but it seemed to be when i
rebooted it hasnt worked since.
> Where do i get the Debian Live CD image from i am currently downloading
> from live.debian.net but it is going very slow about 7KB/sec . Is the a
> mirror site
> AndyC73 wrote:
>> Thank you
>> Is there a step by step guide to installing Debian. I am new to linux
>> although i successfully flashed Slug to Unslung and Openslug. But i want
>> to do the debian one right!
>> I tried using the sercomm utility and reflashed to Debian but it does not
>> boot up I get 3 beeps and the top light stays orange.
>> Am i using the flash file which doesnt work? Where do i find the correct
>> If i go with Debian live and Upslug(Is that better?) which Debian live
>> Image do i use on P4 PC.
>> Thanks Again
>> Rod Whitby-2 wrote:
>>> AndyC73 wrote:
>>>> Can i currently install Debian using Upslug on windowsXP
>>> Upslug2 is a linux tool for flashing images onto an NSLU2. It does not
>>> have a windows port as far as I know.
>>> There is a SerComm upgrade tool which does much the same thing and works
>>> on Windows.
>>> Stay well away from the Linksys EraseAll tool - if you use it with a
>>> Debian image it will permanently brick your slug (unless you have JTAG
>>> to recover it). This is because the Debian NSLU2 images do not contain
>>> RedBoot. All other flashing techniques (including Upslug2 and the
>>> SerComm tool) are careful not to touch your bootloader.
>>> I would suggest you get a Debian LiveCD, and use it on that windowsXP
>>> computer to run Debian so you can use Upslug2 to flash the NSLU2.
>>> -- Rod Whitby
>>> -- NSLU2-Linux Project Lead
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