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October 07, 2009, at 09:12 PM by Reedy -- Update debian
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The latest stable release of Debian is version 4.0 (etch) and a release candidate for 5.0 (lenny) is available. At this point, lenny is recommended for new installations of NSLU2. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

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The latest stable release of Debian is version 5.0 (lenny). At this point, lenny is recommended for new installations of NSLU2. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

January 14, 2009, at 11:14 PM by rwhitby -- Fixed link to Linksys quote. Thx to acend
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-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

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-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

November 23, 2008, at 11:56 AM by rwhitby -- Added the default edit password.
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If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to create a new Information page or HowTo page. Do this by just typing the desired wiki page address into your browser, and the new page will be created.

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If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to create a new Information page or HowTo page. Do this by just typing the desired wiki page address into your browser, and the new page will be created. Note that you will need the password 'nslu2' to edit pages. Some significant pages (such as this one) are protected with stronger passwords.

November 13, 2008, at 07:09 AM by tbm -- debian rc1
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The Debian 4.0 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Debian/NSLU2 firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

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The latest stable release of Debian is version 4.0 (etch) and a release candidate for 5.0 (lenny) is available. At this point, lenny is recommended for new installations of NSLU2. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

January 10, 2008, at 06:56 PM by ByronT -- Unslung 6.8 users no need for upgrade to 6.10
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The Unslung 6.10 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The Unslung 6.10 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users (exception of Unslung 6.8 users). A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The Unslung 6.8 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The Unslung 6.10 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The OpenWrt Kamikaze 7.07 release of firmware is in alpha testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. Please report alpha testing results to the nslu2-developers mailing list.

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The OpenWrt Kamikaze 7.09 release of firmware is in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. Please report beta testing results to the nslu2-linux mailing list.

December 14, 2007, at 12:31 AM by rwhitby --
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Stop Press! www.nslu2-linux.org is now running on a new, faster server.

September 08, 2007, at 03:35 AM by rwhitby -- new server
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Stop Press! www.nslu2-linux.org is now running on a new, faster server.

August 31, 2007, at 08:40 PM by fcarolo --
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The Debian 4.0 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all NSLU2 firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

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The Debian 4.0 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Debian/NSLU2 firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

July 21, 2007, at 06:22 AM by rwhitby --
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If you're looking to install OpenWrt, then see the OpenWrt area.\\

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Development status

The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung).

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware and also for other devices like the Asus WL-500g,WL-HDD, WL-500gx, WL-500gP routers, the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices, and other wireless routers with support for external storrage and based on Oleg or DD-WRT firmware.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware and also for other devices like the Asus WL-500g,WL-HDD, WL-500gx, WL-500gP routers, the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices, and other wireless routers with support for external storage and based on Oleg or DD-WRT firmware.

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The OpenWrt Kamikaze 7.07 release of firmware is in alpha testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. Please report alpha testing results to the nslu2-developers mailing list.

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The OpenWrt Kamikaze 7.07 release of firmware is in alpha testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. Please report alpha testing results to the nslu2-developers mailing list.

July 21, 2007, at 06:20 AM by rwhitby --
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The Debian 4.0 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all NSLU2 firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net.

The OpenWrt Kamikaze 7.07 release of firmware is in alpha testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. Please report alpha testing results to the nslu2-developers mailing list.

May 27, 2007, at 04:18 AM by rwhitby --
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The SlugOS (DebianSlug, OpenSlug) 3.10 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download for SlugOS can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The SlugOS (DebianSlug, OpenSlug) 3.10 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all OpenSlug firmware users. A binary firmware download for SlugOS can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

May 27, 2007, at 04:16 AM by rwhitby --
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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, SlugOS, NSLU2 or NSLU2? firmware or Optware packages.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, SlugOS, Debian/NSLU2 or OpenWrt/NSLU2 firmware or Optware packages.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, OpenSlug or DebianSlug firmware or Optware packages.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, SlugOS, NSLU2 or NSLU2? firmware or Optware packages.

February 19, 2007, at 11:14 PM by rwhitby --
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Come visit us on Feb 10-11 at the Southern California Linux Expo in Booth #62.

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Come visit us on Feb 10-11 at Booth #62 at the Southern California Linux Expo.

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Come visit us on Feb 10-11 at the Southern California Linux Expo in Booth #62.

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Come visit us at Booth #62 at the Southern California Linux Expo.

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Come visit us on Feb 10-11 at Booth #62 at the Southern California Linux Expo.

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Come visit us at Booth #62 at the http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale5x/][Southern California Linux Expo.

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Come visit us at Booth #62 at the Southern California Linux Expo.

February 08, 2007, at 10:32 PM by rwhitby --
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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are about 75% to our goal. Please consider donating.

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Come visit us at Booth #62 at the http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale5x/][Southern California Linux Expo.

January 23, 2007, at 07:20 AM by rwhitby --
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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are only about half-way to our goal. Please consider donating.

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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are about 75% to our goal. Please consider donating.

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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are only about half-way to our goal. Please consider donating.

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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are only about half-way to our goal. Please consider donating.

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Our donation drive for new auto-builder server hardware is now underway, and we are only about half-way to our goal. Please consider donating.

December 18, 2006, at 09:17 PM by rwhitby --
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[http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/nas/nas-how-to/hacking-linksys-nslu2-debian/page2.html|-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.]]

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-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

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-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

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[http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/nas/nas-how-to/hacking-linksys-nslu2-debian/page2.html|-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.]]

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-- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

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Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."\\

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Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance.
Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."\\

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Linksys Director of Marketing.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the !WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Linksys Director of Marketing.

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<tt>"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the !WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."</tt> -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the !WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

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<tt>"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the !WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."</tt> -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

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"While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance. Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G? before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products." -- Mike Wagner, director of marketing for Linksys.

November 16, 2006, at 08:04 PM by fcarolo -- updated link
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If you're looking to install the SlugOS (SlugOS/LE, OpenSlug) firmware, then see the SlugOS new users guide.\\

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If you're looking to install the SlugOS (SlugOS/LE, OpenSlug) firmware, then see the SlugOS new users guide.\\

November 16, 2006, at 12:54 PM by fcarolo -- fixed link to eraseall page
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  1. Never *ever* use the Linksys EraseAll tool - it will brick your slug permanently.
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  1. Never *ever* use the Linksys EraseAll tool - it will brick your slug permanently.
November 16, 2006, at 02:02 AM by fcarolo -- reorganizing information about Optware packages
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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices.

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If you're looking to install the SlugOS (DebianSlug, OpenSlug) firmware, then see the SlugOS new users guide.\\

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If you're looking to install Debian, then see the Debian area.
If you're looking to install the SlugOS (SlugOS/LE, OpenSlug) firmware, then see the SlugOS new users guide.\\

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  1. Never *ever* use the Linksys EraseAll tool - it will brick your slug permanently.
October 05, 2006, at 09:57 PM by repvik -- Remove dead link
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The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS media player.

August 02, 2006, at 11:14 AM by oleo -- added Optware support for firmwares based on uclibc
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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware and also for other devices like the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware and also for other devices like the Asus WL-500g,WL-HDD, WL-500gx, WL-500gP routers, the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices, and other wireless routers with support for external storrage and based on Oleg or DD-WRT firmware.

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Please report any problems with the firmware or packages in SlugBug.

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Please report any problems with the firmware or packages in SlugBug and mailing lists.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware. Note that development of Optware packages (formerly known as Unslung packages) is done in the CVS repository, and will continue to be done there for the short and medium term. We may work out how to use OpenEmbedded packages on Unslung sometime in the future, but it is not an easy job, and we need someone with expert OpenEmbedded distribution knowledge to work out how to do it.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware and also for other devices like the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices.

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The Unslung 6.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The Unslung 6.8 release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The SlugOS 3.10 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download for the DebianSlug (little-endian) and OpenSlug (big-endian) versions of SlugOS can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The SlugOS (DebianSlug, OpenSlug) 3.10 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download for SlugOS can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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If you're looking to install the , then see the DebianSlug new users guide?.\\

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If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.
If you're looking to install the DebianSlug firmware, then see the DebianSlug new users guide?.\\

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If you're looking to install the SlugOS (DebianSlug, OpenSlug) firmware, then see the SlugOS new users guide.
If you're looking to install the , then see the DebianSlug new users guide?.\\

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If you're looking to install the DebianSlug firmware, then see the DebianSlug new users guide?.\\

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The OpenSlug 3.8 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The SlugOS 3.10 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download for the DebianSlug (little-endian) and OpenSlug (big-endian) versions of SlugOS can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The OpenSlug 2.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The OpenSlug 3.8 release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2, the Synology DS101, the Iomega NAS100d, the D-Link DSMG600, and other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage.
Purchase a Linksys NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2, the Synology DS101, the Iomega NAS100d, the D-Link DSMG600, and other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage. Purchase a Linksys NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2, the Synology DS-101, the Iomega NAS100d, the D-Link DSMG600, and other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage.\\

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2, the Synology DS101, the Iomega NAS100d, the D-Link DSMG600, and other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage.\\

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2.\\

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2, the Synology DS-101, the Iomega NAS100d, the D-Link DSMG600, and other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage.\\

April 12, 2006, at 10:22 PM by ByronT -- Slug-Firmware.net related changes
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The OpenSlug 2.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The OpenSlug 2.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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Apart from our mailing lists, sourceforge project and IRC channels, there are also some other sites related to the NSLU2 device:

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Apart from our mailing lists and IRC channels, there are also some other sites related to the NSLU2 device:

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, OpenSlug or DebianSlug firmware or are using the Optware packages.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, OpenSlug or DebianSlug firmware or Optware packages.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung, OpenSlug or DebianSlug firmware or are using the Optware packages.

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  1. Friends don't let friends flash custom firmware without confirmed RedBoot Upgrade Mode access.
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Logo competition

The Unslung logo competition has finished. The winner is http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/~jkl1/unslung.gif with 45 votes (37.50%) and this logo will adorn Unslung 6.x and later (it's already in the 6.x alpha source for those who are alpha testers).

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The Unslung 5.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Note that if you are upgrading from Unslung 4.x, be aware that the "Enter Maintenance Mode" and "Exit Maintenance Mode" buttons in Unslung 4.x should not be used, as Maintenance Mode is now known to be inoperable in Unslung 4.x, and has been replaced by code which puts the NSLU2 in RedBoot Upgrade Mode in Unslung 5.x and later.

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The Unslung 6.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Be sure to read UpgradingToUnslung6 before you upgrade from a previous version of the Unslung firmware.

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The wiki has moved to a new server. Please report any problems.

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Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In the worst case scenario, it can make your NSLU2 unbootable with no chance of recovery without using JTAG.

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The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

We are currently moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server.

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The wiki has moved to a new server. Please report any problems.

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Note that we are currently moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server.

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The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

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The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server. The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server.

The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server. The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In the worst case scenario, it can make your NSLU2 unbootable with no chance of recovery without using JTAG.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server. The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In the worst case scenario, it can make your NSLU2 unbootable with no chance of recovery without using JTAG.

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Stop Press: We have had a hardware failure on the main nslu2-linux.org machine, so this wiki (and the monotone repo) is running on an old, slow, temporary replacement box. Please bear with us as we get the main machine repaired under warranty.

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Stop Press: We are moving the wiki infrastructure to a new server. The wiki is READ ONLY until further notice.

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  1. Friends don't let friends flash custom firmware without confirmed RedBoot access.
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  1. Friends don't let friends flash custom firmware without confirmed RedBoot upgrade mode access.
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We are currently hosting a competition for a logo for the Unslung distribution. You can add your entry or view entries at Unslung Logo.

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The Unslung logo competition has finished. The winner is http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/~jkl1/unslung.gif with 45 votes (37.50%) and this logo will adorn Unslung 6.x and later (it's already in the 6.x alpha source for those who are alpha testers).

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Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In a worst case scenario, it can brick your slug to the extent that it is not recoverable without hardware modifications.

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Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In the worst case scenario, it can make your NSLU2 unbootable with no chance of recovery without using JTAG.

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Warning: Do not use the EraseAll utility from Linksys to reflash your NSLU2. In a worst case scenario, it can brick your slug to the extent that it is not recoverable without hardware modifications.

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Stop Press: We have a new logo. We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure you add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie and Tux" entry so much that we made him the new NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have had a hardware failure on the main nslu2-linux.org machine, so this wiki (and the monotone repo) is running on an old, slow, temporary replacement box. Please bear with us as we get the main machine repaired under warranty.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS101g?+ NAS devices.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS-101g+ NAS devices.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g router, and the Synology DS-101 and DS101g?+ NAS devices.

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure to add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie and Tux" entry so much that we made him the new NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have a new logo. We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure you add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie and Tux" entry so much that we made him the new NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure to add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie" entry so much that we made him the NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure to add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie and Tux" entry so much that we made him the new NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). Thanks Jimmy! (see the last entry on the Unslung Logo page). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo (which will go into Unslung 6.x)

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo competition (the winning logo will go into the Unslung 6.x web interface) so make sure to add your entries on the Unslung Logo page). We liked Jimmy's "Sluggie" entry so much that we made him the NSLU2-Linux logo ...

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Stop Press: We have a new logo (it still needs some tweaking for size and transparent border, but you get the idea). Thanks Jimmy! (see the last entry on the Unslung Logo page). We're still looking for other entries for the Unslung firmware logo (which will go into Unslung 6.x)

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Be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions, Information Pages, and HowTo Pages. Then find out how to get involved.

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Be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions, Information Pages, and HowTo Pages. Then find out how to get involved.

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Stop Press: Visit the NSLU2-Linux Booth at LinuxWorld 2005!

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  1. You will search the wiki first here? and read the FAQ before asking questions.
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  1. You will search the wiki first here and read the FAQ before asking questions.
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Stop Press: Visit the NSLU2-Linux Booth at LinuxWorld 2005!

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Stop Press: Visit the NSLU2-Linux Booth at LinuxWorld 2005!

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Stop Press: Visit the NSLU2-Linux Booth at LinuxWorld 2005!

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NSLU2-Linux Booth at LinuxWorld 2005

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Apart from our mailing lists and IRC channels, there are also some other sites related to the NSLU2 device:

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Apart from our mailing lists, sourceforge project and IRC channels, there are also some other sites related to the NSLU2 device:

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If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to copy information from the mailing list into a new Information page or HowTo page.

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If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to create a new Information page or HowTo page. Do this by just typing the desired wiki page address into your browser, and the new page will be created.

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How to add information to this wiki

If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to copy information from the mailing list into a new Information page or HowTo page.

If you want to play around with Wiki text formatting, use the Wiki Sandbox.

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How to add information to this wiki

If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to copy information from the mailing list into a new Information page or HowTo page.

If you want to play around with Wiki text formatting, use the Wiki Sandbox.

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The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS media player.

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The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung).

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Related Sites

Apart from our mailing lists and IRC channels, there are also some other sites related to the NSLU2 device:

There are German language forums, and an Italian language wiki translation.

The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS media player.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware. Note that development of Unslung packages is done in the CVS repository, and will continue to be done there for the short and medium term. We may work out how to use OpenEmbedded packages on Unslung sometime in the future, but it is not an easy job, and we need someone with expert OpenEmbedded distribution knowledge to work out how to do it.

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There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware. Note that development of Optware packages (formerly known as Unslung packages) is done in the CVS repository, and will continue to be done there for the short and medium term. We may work out how to use OpenEmbedded packages on Unslung sometime in the future, but it is not an easy job, and we need someone with expert OpenEmbedded distribution knowledge to work out how to do it.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a Linksys NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2.
Purchase a Linksys NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-but04.gif Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

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Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

- PayPal payments that will involve PayPal drawing money from your credit card to complete the transaction.

or:

- PayPal payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).

Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.
If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.

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If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.
Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.

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Unslung Packages are now called [[Unslung/Packages|Optware Packages] as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.\\

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Unslung Packages are now called Optware Packages as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.\\

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Unslung Packages are now called [[Unslung/Packages|Optware Packages] as they have also been ported to the Asus WL-500g.\\

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then see the Unslung new users guide.
If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a Linksys NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenEmbedded getting started guide.

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenSlug new users guide.

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WIKI READ ONLY

We have installed the new server which was bought with donations from the community, and we are moving the wiki over to it today.

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WIKI READ ONLY

We have installed the new server which was bought with donations from the community, and we are moving the wiki over to it today.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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Development status

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Latest firmware releases

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How to add information to this wiki

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The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The OpenSlug 2.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

- PayPal payments that will involve PayPal drawing money from your credit card to complete the transaction.

or:

- PayPal payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).

Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

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Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

- PayPal payments that will involve PayPal drawing money from your credit card to complete the transaction.

or:

- PayPal payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).

Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

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- PayPal payments that will involve PayPal drawing money from your credit card to complete the transaction.
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- PayPal payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).
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- PayPal? payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).
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Donations Wanted!

We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

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Please consider making a donation to the project if you are using the Unslung or OpenSlug firmware.

Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

We have had only 100 individual donations since the project started, compared to over 4,000 people on the mailing lists, and over 20,000 individual firmware downloads. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list? of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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Please consider making a donation to the cause.

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The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS? media player.

We are currently hosting a competition for a logo for the Unslung distribution. You can add your entry or view entries at Unslung Logo.

There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware. Note that development of Unslung packages is done in the CVS repository, and will continue to be done there for the short and medium term. We may work out how to use OpenEmbedded packages on Unslung sometime in the future, but it is not an easy job, and we need someone with expert OpenEmbedded distribution knowledge to work out how to do it.

Please report any problems with the firmware or packages in SlugBug.

If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to copy information from the mailing list into a new Information page or HowTo page.

If you want to play around with Wiki text formatting, use the Wiki Sandbox.

This page is password protected. If you need to add content to this page, then please post it to the nslu2-linux mailing list.

to:

The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS media player.

We are currently hosting a competition for a logo for the Unslung distribution. You can add your entry or view entries at Unslung Logo.

There are also Downloadable Packages available for the Unslung firmware. Note that development of Unslung packages is done in the CVS repository, and will continue to be done there for the short and medium term. We may work out how to use OpenEmbedded packages on Unslung sometime in the future, but it is not an easy job, and we need someone with expert OpenEmbedded distribution knowledge to work out how to do it.

Please report any problems with the firmware or packages in SlugBug.

If you want to help out in fleshing out this wiki, then feel free to copy information from the mailing list into a new Information page or HowTo page.

If you want to play around with Wiki text formatting, use the Wiki Sandbox.

This page is password protected. If you need to add content to this page, then please post it to the nslu2-linux mailing list.

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- payments from your existing paypal account balance only (if your payment involves drawing money from your credit card, use the other button).
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- payments that will involve drawing money from your credit card.
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(paypal-balance@nslu2-linux.org) - for payments from your existing paypal account balance only
June 18, 2005, at 03:17 AM by rwhitby --
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If only 1 out of 100 of the 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $10 donation, we would have the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list? of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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We have had only 100 individual donations since the project started, compared to over 4,000 people on the mailing lists, and over 20,000 individual firmware downloads. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list? of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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If only one in ten of the 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $10 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

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If only 1 out of 100 of the 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $10 donation, we would have the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

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If every one of the over 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $1 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

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If only one in ten of the 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $10 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

June 15, 2005, at 11:23 PM by tman --
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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list? of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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  1. You will search the wiki first here? before asking questions in channel or on the mailing list.
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  1. You will search the wiki first here? before asking questions in channel or on the mailing list.
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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenEmbedded getting started guide.

Be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions, Information Pages, and HowTo Pages. Then find out how to get involved.

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenEmbedded getting started guide.

Be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions, Information Pages, and HowTo Pages. Then find out how to get involved.

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The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

If at any time you want to revert to the original Linksys firmware (and we can't imagine why you would, as the Unslung firmware is designed to be a fully compatible upgrade of the stock firmware), then just revert to the Linksys firmware.

The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS? media player.

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The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

If at any time you want to revert to the original Linksys firmware (and we can't imagine why you would, as the Unslung firmware is designed to be a fully compatible upgrade of the stock firmware), then just revert to the Linksys firmware.

The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS? media player.

June 15, 2005, at 11:20 PM by tman --
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  paypal-credit-card@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your credit card only)
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paypal-credit-card@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your credit card only)
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  paypal-balance@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your existing paypal account balance only)
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paypal-balance@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your existing paypal account balance only)
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If every one of the over 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $1 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

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If every one of the over 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $1 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the

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Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

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Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

June 15, 2005, at 09:12 AM by ka6sox --
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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase and [http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Info/DonationList |here]] is what we purchased with previous donations.

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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase and here is what we purchased with previous donations.

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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase

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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase and [http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Info/DonationList |here]] is what we purchased with previous donations.

June 15, 2005, at 09:09 AM by ka6sox --
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highest individual donations reaching almost $300. Here is a list of what we need to purchase

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

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Please consider making a donation to the cause.

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

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What are Unslung and/or OpenSlug worth to you?

June 15, 2005, at 08:52 AM by rwhitby --
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We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

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We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

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address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal? donations.

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address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal donations.

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Please do not send credit card payments to the balance address (as they will be rejected), and please do not send balance payments to the credit card address (as a fee is charged on the credit card address). Unfortunately, we are only able to handle PayPal? donations.

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We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal? to:

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We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal to:

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Donations Wanted!

We have begun our third donation drive (the last one was 5 months ago). Donations can be sent via PayPal? to:

  paypal-credit-card@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your credit card only)

or:

  paypal-balance@nslu2-linux.org (for payments from your existing paypal balance)

If every one of the over 20,000 downloads of Unslung and OpenSlug firmware generated a $1 donation, we would have more than ten times the amount of money that we require. The average donation in the two previous drives was $20, with the highest individual donations reaching almost $300.

June 14, 2005, at 11:56 AM by rwhitby -- Updated for Unslung 5.x
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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Note that the "Enter Maintenance Mode" and "Exit Maintenance Mode" buttons in Unslung 4.x should not be used, as Maintenance Mode is now known to be inoperable in Unslung 4.x, and will be replaced by code which puts the NSLU2 in RedBoot Upgrade Mode in Unslung 5.x and later. Note that this problem does *not* affect normal operation, only the ability to upgrade firmware using the web interface is affected.

The Unslung 5.x version of firmware is now in alpha testing, and a beta release is expected soon. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing. Unslung 5.x is based on the Linksys V2.3R29 firmware. Apart from this, and the replacement of maintenance mode with code to enter RedBoot Upgrade Mode, there is not much difference between 4.x and 5.x.

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The Unslung 5.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Note that if you are upgrading from Unslung 4.x, be aware that the "Enter Maintenance Mode" and "Exit Maintenance Mode" buttons in Unslung 4.x should not be used, as Maintenance Mode is now known to be inoperable in Unslung 4.x, and has been replaced by code which puts the NSLU2 in RedBoot Upgrade Mode in Unslung 5.x and later.

June 11, 2005, at 10:53 AM by rwhitby --
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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing. Note that the "Enter Maintenance Mode" and "Exit Maintenance Mode" buttons in Unslung 4.x should not be used, as Maintenance Mode is now known to be inoperable in Unslung 4.x, and will be replaced by code which puts the NSLU2 in RedBoot Upgrade Mode in Unslung 5.x and later. Note that this problem does *not* affect normal operation, only the ability to upgrade firmware using the web interface is affected.

The Unslung 5.x version of firmware is now in alpha testing, and a beta release is expected soon. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing. Unslung 5.x is based on the Linksys V2.3R29 firmware. Apart from this, and the replacement of maintenance mode with code to enter RedBoot Upgrade Mode, there is not much difference between 4.x and 5.x.

May 29, 2005, at 11:36 AM by rwhitby --
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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to build the OpenSlug firmware, then see OpenEmbedded getting started guide.

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If you're looking to install the Unslung firmware, then you might want to follow the Unslung new users guide. If you're looking to install the OpenSlug firmware, then see the OpenEmbedded getting started guide.

May 28, 2005, at 12:33 PM by rwhitby --
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The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.openslug.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

May 28, 2005, at 12:31 PM by rwhitby -- Moved to Unslung 4.x as the recommended release.
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The Unslung 3.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found in the SourceForge Files Area. Unslung 3.x now runs completely from a jffs2 filesystem in the internal flash memory of the NSLU2 (with downloadable packages stored on and executed from external storage).

The Unslung 4.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found at http://www.unslung.org. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in beta testing. The list of beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you're interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you are interested in doing the same.

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community (if you're interested in doing the same.)

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This is the web presence of the NSLU2-Linux development group and user community. We discuss, develop and modify the firmware and hardware of the Linksys NSLU2. Purchase a NSLU2 and join our community if you're interested in doing the same.

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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

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The Unslung 4.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS? media player.

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The current status of the two main development streams can be found at Unslung (stable, and recommended for new users) and OpenSlug (in beta testing, and recommended for users that want functionality that isn't possible with Unslung). Most of the core development discussion happens in the #nslu2-linux IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, but feel free to use the nslu2-linux mailing list on Yahoo as a development communication channel too (that's what the mailing list was originally intended for, but then we got 2000 members all of a sudden). The nslu2-general mailing list should be used for more general questions about the NSLU2 device, compatibility of different hardware, and other non-development-related questions. The #nslu2-general IRC channel on irc.freenode.net has been established for non-development questions as well. There is also a German language nslu2-german mailing list and forums, and an Italian language wiki translation. The folks over at the Hardware DiVX Player Community have an NSLU2 Project providing streaming support for the KiSS? media player.

May 14, 2005, at 10:46 AM by rwhitby -- Unslung 4.x and OpenSlug 1.x complete alpha testing.
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The Unslung 3.x release of firmware is now in beta testing and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found in the SourceForge Files Area. Unslung 3.x now runs completely from a jffs2 filesystem in the internal flash memory of the NSLU2 (with downloadable packages stored on and executed from external storage). The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

The Unslung 4.x release of firmware is now in alpha testing. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware is now in late alpha testing. A binary firmware download will be available as soon as we sort out the Intel IXP400 software licensing issues - at the moment you can build it yourself (see getting started). The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

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The Unslung 3.x release of firmware is stable and is a recommended upgrade for all Unslung firmware users. A binary firmware download can be found in the SourceForge Files Area. Unslung 3.x now runs completely from a jffs2 filesystem in the internal flash memory of the NSLU2 (with downloadable packages stored on and executed from external storage).

The Unslung 4.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

The OpenSlug 1.x release of firmware has completed alpha testing, and a binary release is being prepared. The list of alpha testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are alpha testing.

May 10, 2005, at 12:19 AM by ka6sox -- removed "bitkeeper broken" notice
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BitKeeper? is broken at the moment (not just for NSLU2-Linux, but for everyone). We have imported the source tree into SubVersion on berlios.de as a stop-gap measure to allow us to continue development whilst we are waiting for BitKeeper? to come back on line (yes we know it's going away in June), and for the OpenEmbedded folks to decide what SCM system they are going to use for our parent repository. Note that this is *not* a decision to move to SubVersion, it is just a stop-gap measure.

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The wiki software has been upgraded to the latest version. Please report any bugs to the mailing list and we apologise for any inconvenience.

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BitKeeper? is broken at the moment (not just for NSLU2-Linux, but for everyone). We have imported the source tree into SubVersion on berlios.de as a stop-gap measure to allow us to continue development whilst we are waiting for BitKeeper? to come back on line (yes we know it's going away in June), and for the OpenEmbedded folks to decide what SCM system they are going to use for our parent repository. Note that this is *not* a decision to move to SubVersion, it is just a stop-gap measure.

May 05, 2005, at 12:23 AM by ka6sox -- Rearrainged Priority for nslu2-rules
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