On Thu, 19 Jun 2008, Steven McGregor wrote:
> I've a CE based 16/32 t20 and with an extra
> stick of ram (64mb) its running mpd quite happily. Its set to net boot
> Debian Etch using the firmware and the kernel config linked to below.
congratulations, welcome to our Evo club
> This is probably something i've over looked in the kernel config but i can't
> get a usb flash drive to show (/dev/sda1) to mount it. Any ideas?
generic answer, usb sticks are working for 2.4 and 2.6 kernels
> Also has any one managed to get lm-sensors to work with a relativity modern
> kernel (184.108.40.206)
IMHO no useful for this old hardware, never tried
> firmware: http://www.baldar.de/pub/Compaq_Evo_T20/bootp.bin_etherboot
> kernel conf: http://muzso.hu/node/3978
do you have all the needed modules? there are only generic informations on
make your life easier, "net boot Debian Etch", you don't have to use the
ltsp_kernel_kit bundle and a normal huge debian kernel without smp should
work for you. Include the natsemi und usb stick modules in your initrd
only drawback with distribution provided kernels are the annoying natsemi
log messages, but it should work
newest kernel I'm using for my Evo is 2.6.25
in slackware 12.1 and ltsp-4.2
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