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10 Jul 2006
Ok I got my new AmbiCom WL1100C-CF Wireless card and it works fine except something I would like you guys comment on it “ This Card gets over heated!“ in a way that’s really can’t hold it, I used to wireless cards heat, but not like this I feel it’s malfunction or something, would like to hear from you guys.
Anyway here the way to get Andy Full HD install for SL-C3200, basically following Andy installation guide as it is Andy Whole HD Guide
I replaced the kernel with tetsu kernel Tetsu 18h SL-C3200 Kernel also i replaced the updater.sh with this one
updater.sh.txt ( 4.6K ) Number of downloads: 93
So the files now looks like this
zImage.bin <==--- Replaced by Tetsu Kernel
updater.sh <==--- Replaced by Updater.sh above
Following the guide as it is and after installing OpenBSD and before booting it there is another modification, i used the same method to log to emergency screen using B+D and insert the CF card and preform the following:
mount /dev/mtdblock2 /mnt/mtdflash
cp /mnt/mtdflash/etc/pcmcia/config /mnt/cf
in your regular Linux/BSD computer (Or Windows with UltraEdit Text Editor) open the file that we just copy it, and replace all ide-cs pattern to be ide_cs.
replace the old file with the one you edit it (cp /mnt/cf/config /mnt/mtdflash/etc/pcmcia/config) now boot the new FULL HD OpenBSD
i hope this will help someone.
and yeah Andy could you plz release full HD image for SL-C3200? you start this guide it will be great to take it to another level, and thank you for all the information you share it with us.
22 Jun 2006
Good day everyone
i just installed openbsd on sl-c3200 (the easy way i'm using cacko 1.23 rom)
from the console i unmounted /dev/hda3 then start (fdisk /dev/hda) and deleted the FAT partition then i added 1GB FAT partition type [c], then the rest of the disk type [a6] OpenBSD
after that i mkfs.vfat the /dev/hd3 and mount it to /mnt/hda3 and switch to there and grabed all the packages of the snapshot (base39.tgz ..etc) using the wget ( i did that to use disk installation, i installed the openbsd ipk on cacko and just followed the installation proccess
my problem now when i plug my wireless card it gives me this error
wi0 at pcmcia1 function 0 "PLANEX COMMUNICATIONS INC., PLANEX GW-CF11X Wireless CF Card, " port 8x0/64, irq 137
wi0: init failed
: unable to read station address
any idea guys what todo now? do i have to install the wireless driver (Hostap) or firmware? if so where to get it from? the GW-CF11X card has prism3 chipset, and yeah by the way since i'm new to openBSD where to tweak make file? i mean the compiler option to use xscale insted of arm optimization
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