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August 24, 2009, at 09:32 AM by StarNamer -- Fixed spelling of Debian near the bottom of the page
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If you are using Debian on you NSLU2, you should now use the Debain lists instead of any of the lists described above. For details see:

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If you are using Debian on you NSLU2, you should now use the Debian lists instead of any of the lists described above. For details see:

October 03, 2008, at 08:01 PM by cnczane -- I\'d change the title to Mailing Lists/Forums which more people probably understand.
February 08, 2008, at 01:44 PM by fcarolo -- info on closed German mailing list
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   Which means: (1) Hi, this group will close at 31/12-07 and (2) Hi, as announced the group will close down NOW. Thank you for the nice time we all had. 
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   Which means: (1) Hi, this group will close at 31/12-07 and (2) Hi, as announced the group will close down NOW. Thank you for the nice time we all had.
February 08, 2008, at 01:44 PM by fcarolo -- info on closed German mailing list
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  • German Mailing List -- Note: as of Jan 25, 2008, this group is not available on Yahoo Groups. Does anyone knows if it's dead or has been moved?
   Quote from the two last postings on nslu2-german:
   2007-12-25 00:35:35 GMT: Hallo zusammen, zum 31.12.2007 wird diese Gruppen schliessen!
   2008-01-01 16:51:15 GMT: ''Hallo, wie angekündigt ENDE die Gruppe heute. Danke an euch alle für die gute

Zeit die wir gemeinsam hier hatten.''

   Which means: (1) Hi, this group will close at 31/12-07 and (2) Hi, as announced the group will close down NOW.  Thank you for the nice time we all had.

   There were no posting to speak of in 2007.
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  • German Mailing List -- Closed in Dec 31, 2007, no longer available.
    Quote from the two last postings on nslu2-german:
    2007-12-25 00:35:35 GMT: Hallo zusammen, zum 31.12.2007 wird diese Gruppen schliessen!
    2008-01-01 16:51:15 GMT: Hallo, wie angekündigt ENDE die Gruppe heute. Danke an euch alle für die gute Zeit die wir gemeinsam hier hatten.

    Which means: (1) Hi, this group will close at 31/12-07 and (2) Hi, as announced the group will close down NOW. Thank you for the nice time we all had.
February 08, 2008, at 09:54 AM by vjensen --
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   Quote from the two last postings on nslu2-german:
   2007-12-25 00:35:35 GMT: Hallo zusammen, zum 31.12.2007 wird diese Gruppen schliessen!
   2008-01-01 16:51:15 GMT: ''Hallo, wie angekündigt ENDE die Gruppe heute. Danke an euch alle für die gute

Zeit die wir gemeinsam hier hatten.''

   Which means: (1) Hi, this group will close at 31/12-07 and (2) Hi, as announced the group will close down NOW.  Thank you for the nice time we all had.

   There were no posting to speak of in 2007.
January 25, 2008, at 08:40 PM by fcarolo -- German group no longer available?
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  • German Mailing List -- Note: as of Jan 25, 2008, this group is not available on Yahoo Groups. Does anyone knows if it's dead or has been moved?''
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  • German Mailing List -- Note: as of Jan 25, 2008, this group is not available on Yahoo Groups. Does anyone knows if it's dead or has been moved?
January 25, 2008, at 08:40 PM by fcarolo -- German group no longer available?
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  • German Mailing List

NOTE: This group is not available on YahooGroups?. Is it dead or moved?

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  • German Mailing List -- Note: as of Jan 25, 2008, this group is not available on Yahoo Groups. Does anyone knows if it's dead or has been moved?''
January 25, 2008, at 08:07 PM by Tetsi --
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NOTE: This group is not available on YahooGroups?. Is it dead or moved?

March 25, 2007, at 10:40 PM by Phil Endecott -- Link to Debian lists
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The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.
End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

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Debian Lists

If you are using Debian on you NSLU2, you should now use the Debain lists instead of any of the lists described above. For details see:

    http://lists.debian.org/

Warning: the Debian lists are not spam-protected like the Yahoo-hosted NSLU2 lists. You might want to use some sort of "throw away" email address to post to them from.

March 13, 2007, at 10:35 AM by Phil Endecott -- Change definition of developer list based on Rod\'s email. Change it back if you disagree.
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The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.
End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

to:

The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.
End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

If you're compiling things on your NSLU2, by definition you're a developer and you should ask your questions on this list.

June 28, 2006, at 05:19 PM by eFfeM -- added asterisk mailing list
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Asterisk

There is a dedicated mailing list for asterisk on the slug.

  • Asterisk Mailing List
September 13, 2005, at 08:30 PM by Phil Endecott -- Correct link for nslu2-linux Yahoo group
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This list was originally for developer discussions but after too many end user questions got ask on it the list admin gave in and changed the charter. It is now for questions about running Linux on the NSLU2 but read the charter on the home page before posting and don't ask questions about setting up the standard Linksys firmware.

  • Linux Mailing List
to:

This list was originally for developer discussions but after too many end user questions got asked on it the list admin gave in and changed the charter. It is now for questions about running Linux on the NSLU2 but read the charter on the home page before posting and don't ask questions about setting up the standard Linksys firmware.

  • Linux Mailing List
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The mailing list for the Synology DS-101(g+) and it's replacement firmware.

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The mailing list for the Synology DS-101(g+) and its replacement firmware.

September 12, 2005, at 09:02 PM by Adam Baker -- Add new -developers mailing list
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Custom Firmware

This list was originally for developer discussions but after too many end user questions got ask on it the list admin gave in and changed the charter. It is now for questions about running Linux on the NSLU2 but read the charter on the home page before posting and don't ask questions about setting up the standard Linksys firmware.

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  • Developer Mailing List
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August 28, 2005, at 06:12 PM by tman --
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DS101-Linux

The mailing list for the Synology DS-101(g+) and it's replacement firmware.

  • DS101-Linux Mailing List
August 09, 2005, at 02:42 AM by rwhitby --
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The general groups are for discussions about the NSLU2 and usage of custom firmware and packages, including: tech support, installation, usage, troubleshooting etc. All end-user questions are welcome on these lists (assuming you have read the FAQ and searched the wiki first).

to:

The general groups are for discussions about the NSLU2 and usage of custom firmware and packages, including: tech support, installation, usage, troubleshooting etc.
All end-user questions are welcome on these lists (assuming you have read the FAQ and searched the wiki first).

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The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development. End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

to:

The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.
End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

August 09, 2005, at 02:41 AM by rwhitby --
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The general groups are for discussions about the NSLU2 including: tech support, installation, usage, troubleshooting etc.

to:

The general groups are for discussions about the NSLU2 and usage of custom firmware and packages, including: tech support, installation, usage, troubleshooting etc. All end-user questions are welcome on these lists (assuming you have read the FAQ and searched the wiki first).

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The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.

to:

The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development. End-user questions are *not* welcome on this list.

August 09, 2005, at 01:54 AM by tman --
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General

The general groups are for discussions about the NSLU2 including: tech support, installation, usage, troubleshooting etc.

  • English Mailing List
  • HTTP <=> Email Gateway
  • NNTP <=> Email Gateway
  • German Mailing List
  • German Language Forums
  • Italian Language Wiki

Developer

The developer list is for developers and *alpha* testers who are discussing modifications to the firmware, and package development.

  • Developer Mailing List
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Based on work by cnczane, fcarolo, vjensen, Tetsi, Phil Endecott, eFfeM, Adam Baker, tman, and rwhitby.
Originally by tman.
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