> Hi, well I asked a while ago if I could run debian on my gumstix.
> I got the answer yea it should run fine.
> Well, so I got the Gumstix XL6P and the vx-netwifimicro-SD.
> Now I have two micro-sds.
> on the first one I did put the ARM-Debian-NetInst and the other one is
> So I plug the NetInst in there and I connect it to my pc (using LAN).
> Now I pingsweep my network to find the device. (Here I already fail).
> And my plan was to then just enter a SSH connection to the Device.
> But, ok what am I doing wrong?
If you're just using the default image that ships with the device,
then it doesn't support the net-wifi-microsd.
I have some precompiled images over here:
You'll want the u-boot-911x.bin, rootfs, and uImage files. If you have
a 600 MHz verdex, use the u-boot-911x-600MHz.bin instead.
Initially you probably don't need to update u-boot. When you get
around to wanting to use the mmc card from u-boot then you'll need to
I've never installed Debian, so I can't offer much help on that front.
See this page:
(I think that's right - docswiki seemed to be down when I typed this message)
Vancouver, BC, Canada