Re: How to change the kernel command line for the NSLU2
Gordon Farquharson wrote:
> I don't, but Phil Endecott wrote some instruction for building Apex
> . You'll have to figure out how to pad the mtdblock with 0xffs
> though (I'm not sure if the latest slugimage does this - Rod Whitby
> would probably know).
Slugimage *always* pads with 0xffs. It's a script in debian-installer
nslu2 support which used to pad with zeros (I presume that's been fixed
Note that Apex should build out of the box for Debian/NSLU2 just like
any other normal Debian package.