massive forward progress

2009-01-21 Thread Harry L. Lee
I moved my freerunner host to new hardware and a new version of ubuntu
(jaunty jacalope) and the usb networking is vastly more stable, so i'm able
to play on the freerunner much more comfortably. what i think i'd like to do
is find a stock, working full on debian system that actually has working
wifi, annd usb that i can install wiith 2 flash operations, one for the
kernel, one for the file system (jffs2?) does such a thing exist?

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Re: massive forward progress

2009-01-21 Thread Robin Paulson
2009/1/22 Harry L. Lee ha...@jonesnose.com:
 I moved my freerunner host to new hardware and a new version of ubuntu
 (jaunty jacalope) and the usb networking is vastly more stable, so i'm able
 to play on the freerunner much more comfortably. what i think i'd like to do
 is find a stock, working full on debian system that actually has working
 wifi, annd usb that i can install wiith 2 flash operations, one for the
 kernel, one for the file system (jffs2?) does such a thing exist?

the commonly-used debian for freerunner is not installed by flashing,
but from a sh script. more info here:

http://wiki.debian.org/DebianOnFreeRunner

usb works. i didn't try wifi, but no reason why it shouldn't work,
there are free drivers for the hardware

hackable1 is based on debian, and is available as two flashable
images, tar.gz and experimental jffs2:

http://www.hackable1.org/wiki/Main_Page

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