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Re: Debian on the Linksys NSLU2

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On 05/21/07 15:47, Bob Cox wrote:
> In article <[🔎] 46516D3C.9090101@alink.co.za>,
> George Barnett <george@alink.co.za> wrote:
>> Jochen Schulz wrote:
>>> George Barnett:
>>>> As the box has no KVM (well, there is a serial port, but it's inside and 
>>>> I'm unlikely to open it) I'd like to remove kpsmoused and kseriod which 
>>>> I understart are the serial keyboard/mouse bits.
>>> These are both kernel threads (as you can see from ps output where such
>>> threads are printed in [brackets]) so yuo have to recompile your kernel
>>> to get rid of them. But I don't know exactly which kernel options are
>>> involved and how much memory disabling them would save.
>> Thanks for your response.  I may not bother then..
>> I think my biggest win is going to be ditching openssh :)
> How would you talk to the NSLU2 then ?  ;-)

I was thinking the same thing... Maybe he's going to telnet over SSL?

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