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Re: Qube 'Sarge' problem

On Tue, 24 Aug 2004, Martin Michlmayr wrote:

> * Gerald Waugh <gwaugh@frontstreetnetworks.com> [2004-08-24 04:10]:
> > How would one install on a Mips system, without a serial port? Maybe use a
> At the moment, you don't.  It is possible in theory to work on SSH
> support (so you'd start the machine, and connect there remotely via
> SSH for the installation), but at the moment it seems like more work
> than it's worth.  If there is great demand for this, I might be
> convinced to implement SSH support.

I can understand that!

We have Debian running on several RaQs, they are the original RaQ.
And I have to tell you they are all running fine! We use them for the
restore process on RaQ3/4/XTR/550s. We also have a RaQ2+ Debain acting as
our interface to the Intermet, running an iptables firewall with nat.

It's just the original Qube with no serial port that seems to be a pain!

back to the original problem, the fellow with the CacheQube is in Denmark,
and I am in CT, USA. Is it possible to mount the drive on a PC and replace
a file(s), with a kernel that will allow the CacheQube to boot?

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