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10 Jan 2009
I poked around and couldn't find the answer, so please excuse if this is common knowledge. Is SDHC (secure digitial high capacity (AKA big honking SD cards)) supposed do be handled in the 2.6.23+ kernels?
3 Jan 2009
Hello, I am running the 20081219-akita altboot console version. I went that route because there seemed to be a keymap issue on the x11 image. So I was running the altboot console version and everything was working fine but when I installed gpe-* to get the gui stuff I ended up with the same problem. Namely rather important buttons like function and escape aren't working. Can anybody either tell me how to fix the problem or suggest a better version to use?
Also, whatever tskeys is totally dogging the machine and I have to kill it when ASAP after booting. Are there any suggestions for fixing that?
3 Jan 2009
Does anybody have an opinion on whether or not a particular wired cf ethernet card would work with angstom? Some guy on ebay (search for "socket ethernet cf card") appears to have a lot of them and I was wondering if was worth a shot.
1 Jan 2009
I am having some trouble getting the network connected. I have a Socket CF wifi card, a sandisk connect plus CF card, and a D-Link DCF-660W CF wifi card and I can't get any of them to work. So my question is, how are people getting connected with zubuntu? At this point I am open to pretty much anything including usb and blutooth (but not a modem).
31 Dec 2008
OK, I've been trying a while now to get multiboot working with Zubuntu and Angstrom without success. Zubuntu works like a champ so I thought getting Angstrom to work would be easy. I have tried various Angstrom tarballs from http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unsta...utobuild/akita/ (x11-image-akita.tar.gz even comes with the command line file). However, whatever I try it can't mount the root partition (/dev/mtdblk0p2) but then it helpfully suggests that partition is available should I wish to specify it as a boot option.
So what am I missing? Does anybody have any ideas or can report success? Should I maybe try specifying ext2 instead of ext3?
24 Aug 2010 - 19:21
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