I _ could _ be wrong here, but me thinks that the Airport base station is just a "re-labeled" Lucent RG 1000. (about $170) I know that it is lucent something..... could be an AP500 or AP1000 but RG is what I am thinking.
Let me try to find one of these Airports on the net and see if I can't figure out which one. Airport IS Lucent - FYI On Friday 30 November 2001 13:48, you wrote: > Marty Connor writes: > | On 11/30/2001 12:11 PM Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > | >Oops, try this link - http://www.ambrisko.com/doug/airport/ > | > | Wow. This is auite a hack. I downloaded it and looked at the code. I'm > | working with someone on PCMCIA support for Etherboot, but we don't have > | anything useful yet. I didn't realize Doug was working on this. I may > | have missed an email somewhere :) > > I'm not Till Straumann did it. However, this is a very special case > since it is an Airport base station. In this case the card is tied > to an AMD SC400 with a built-in PCMCIA adapter. It's not a full > feature PCMCIA implementation. I think the BIOS sets up the card > partially so then you can just access it. I just posted it to my > web-site. > > Since changing jobs I've lost access to that hardware. He did some > neat things like using the modem as a serial console. I had it > netboot FreeBSD and boot to multi-user using NFS for the root & swap > since you only have 4M of RAM. > > Doug A. > > _____________________________________________________________________ > Ltsp-discuss mailing list. To un-subscribe, or change prefs, goto: > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ltsp-discuss > For additional LTSP help, try #ltsp channel on irc.openprojects.net -- Mark Worstall offworld1.net This document produced with 0.0% Micro$oft products - GOT LINUX? _____________________________________________________________________ Ltsp-discuss mailing list. To un-subscribe, or change prefs, goto: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/ltsp-discuss For additional LTSP help, try #ltsp channel on irc.openprojects.net