Re: Debian D-Link DNS-323
Yes i was looking at the TheCus as well, seems like a good device but a
heard a lot of people voicing concerns over the noice levels hence i was
looking for something closer to the NSLU2 in terms of Db :)
Riku Voipio wrote:
On Fri, Jun 29, 2007 at 12:47:12AM +0200, Mikael Rudberg wrote:
I Have 2 slugs running etch and while i really think they are great i
find the lack of internal memory a bit of hinderance for getting the
performance i want out of them. So i was thinking of purchasing a
DNS-323 (faster cpu and more ram) and install debian on it.
I found a rather good Wiki page for it
http://wiki.dns323.info/howto:chroot_debian but i couldn't find any
firmware replacement so it requires a lot of interception scripts and such.
This or some other Marvell Orion based NAS was bought up here before.
It boils down to the fact Marvell's kernel is fork from official Linus's
kernel. Someone needs to get Marvell's/D-Links drivers into mainline
kernel. Most probably requires rewriting drivers using the Marvell/Dlink
code as documentation. Once there is a good, upto-date kernel to work
on, we can use it to create a debian-installer.
Meanwhile, I would recommend getting a Thecus N2100:
It is supported with Debian etch installer and the vendor has been