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see:

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see:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/SlugOS/SlugOSBE

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see:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/SlugOS/SlugOSBE

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http://cheap-honda-motors.hondamedia.info/

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SlugOS/BE (formerly OpenSlug)

SlugOS/BE is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

The SlugOS/BE firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

Getting started

There are three different ways of getting started with SlugOS/BE

  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.slug-firmware.net.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.slug-firmware.net to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
  3. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source. This will give you the latest HEAD version. In this case you'll need to use the MasterMakefile.

Note that the last two ways assume that you set up a cross compile environment. Building the kernel on the slug itself is uncharted territory. If you feel that you still want to try to compile natively, be sure to have a look at OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment.

These three different approaches give the same end-result - an SlugOS/BE binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!) Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan). If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.
  2. BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.
  3. An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

Regardless of the chosen installation method, you have to initialize the system after installation. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

Installing packages

The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more.
This section mentions some packages that you might install.

  • Native development system
    If you want to natively compile on the slug you need openslug-native. Install through ipkg install openslug-native

( seems it is ipkg install slugos-native now? )

The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the vast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

Adding packages

Refer to AddingPackages

Latest Version : OpenSlug 3.10

The OpenSlug 3.10 (derived from the SlugOS series) firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-3.10-beta release notes? page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 3.10 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

OpenSlug Features

OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2.
  2. Bluetooth support? can be added.
  3. More RAM can be supported.
  4. RunApex and use a different bootloader with cool features.
  5. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug.

With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

Bugs

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

Problems with OpenEmbedded packages can be reported to OpenEmbedded BugZilla.

How To Get Involved

See GettingStarted for details of how to build OpenSlug if you want to assist in its development.

Alternatives to OpenSlug

OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

More information

This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://www.openembedded.org/.

The DevelopmentNotes page contains notes about work in progress.

See PackageStatus for information on available packages.

See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

OpenSlug specific howtos

The list of OpenSlug specific HowTos move to its own page. See HowTo

to:

OpenSlug is now called SlugOS/BE

see:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/SlugOS/SlugOSBE

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SlugOS/BE (formerly OpenSlug)

SlugOS/BE is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

The SlugOS/BE firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

Getting started

There are three different ways of getting started with SlugOS/BE

  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.slug-firmware.net.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.slug-firmware.net to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
  3. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source. This will give you the latest HEAD version. In this case you'll need to use the MasterMakefile.

Note that the last two ways assume that you set up a cross compile environment. Building the kernel on the slug itself is uncharted territory. If you feel that you still want to try to compile natively, be sure to have a look at OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment.

These three different approaches give the same end-result - an SlugOS/BE binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!) Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan). If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.
  2. BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.
  3. An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

Regardless of the chosen installation method, you have to initialize the system after installation. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

Installing packages

The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more.
This section mentions some packages that you might install.

  • Native development system
    If you want to natively compile on the slug you need openslug-native. Install through ipkg install openslug-native

( seems it is ipkg install slugos-native now? )

The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the vast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

Adding packages

Refer to AddingPackages

Latest Version : OpenSlug 3.10

The OpenSlug 3.10 (derived from the SlugOS series) firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-3.10-beta release notes? page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 3.10 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

OpenSlug Features

OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2.
  2. Bluetooth support? can be added.
  3. More RAM can be supported.
  4. RunApex and use a different bootloader with cool features.
  5. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug.

With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

Bugs

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

Problems with OpenEmbedded packages can be reported to OpenEmbedded BugZilla.

How To Get Involved

See GettingStarted for details of how to build OpenSlug if you want to assist in its development.

Alternatives to OpenSlug

OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

More information

This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://www.openembedded.org/.

The DevelopmentNotes page contains notes about work in progress.

See PackageStatus for information on available packages.

See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

OpenSlug specific howtos

The list of OpenSlug specific HowTos move to its own page. See HowTo

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OpenSlug is now called SlugOS/BE

see:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/SlugOS/SlugOSBE

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http://nissan-z31.topnissan.info/

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SlugOS/BE (formerly OpenSlug)

SlugOS/BE is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

The SlugOS/BE firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

Getting started

There are three different ways of getting started with SlugOS/BE

  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.slug-firmware.net.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.slug-firmware.net to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
  3. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source. This will give you the latest HEAD version. In this case you'll need to use the MasterMakefile.

Note that the last two ways assume that you set up a cross compile environment. Building the kernel on the slug itself is uncharted territory. If you feel that you still want to try to compile natively, be sure to have a look at OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment.

These three different approaches give the same end-result - an SlugOS/BE binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!) Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan). If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.
  2. BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.
  3. An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

Regardless of the chosen installation method, you have to initialize the system after installation. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

Installing packages

The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more.
This section mentions some packages that you might install.

  • Native development system
    If you want to natively compile on the slug you need openslug-native. Install through ipkg install openslug-native

( seems it is ipkg install slugos-native now? )

The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the vast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

Adding packages

Refer to AddingPackages

Latest Version : OpenSlug 3.10

The OpenSlug 3.10 (derived from the SlugOS series) firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-3.10-beta release notes? page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 3.10 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

OpenSlug Features

OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2.
  2. Bluetooth support? can be added.
  3. More RAM can be supported.
  4. RunApex and use a different bootloader with cool features.
  5. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug.

With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

Bugs

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

Problems with OpenEmbedded packages can be reported to OpenEmbedded BugZilla.

How To Get Involved

See GettingStarted for details of how to build OpenSlug if you want to assist in its development.

Alternatives to OpenSlug

OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

More information

This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://www.openembedded.org/.

The DevelopmentNotes page contains notes about work in progress.

See PackageStatus for information on available packages.

See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

OpenSlug specific howtos

The list of OpenSlug specific HowTos move to its own page. See HowTo

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OpenSlug is now called SlugOS/BE

see:

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/SlugOS/SlugOSBE

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OpenSlug

OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

The OpenSlug firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

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SlugOS/BE (formerly OpenSlug)

SlugOS/BE is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

The SlugOS/BE firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

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These three different approaches give the same end-result - an OpenSlug binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

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These three different approaches give the same end-result - an SlugOS/BE binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

May 24, 2007, at 09:44 AM by Hrw -- OpenEmbedded homepage is not at hh.org anymore
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The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://oe.handhelds.org/.

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The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://www.openembedded.org/.

February 11, 2007, at 01:54 AM by ptan -- fixed formatting
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  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan).

If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.

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  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!) Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan). If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.
February 11, 2007, at 01:53 AM by ptan -- Added warning about first configuring the slug before flashing openslug-3.10-beta.bin
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Please note: Make sure you configure your Slug's IP address BEFORE you load in the firmware. I have confirmed on two separate instances that replacing the default firmware on an NSLU2 right out of the box without FIRST configuring it using the Linksys tools will cause the NSLU2 to hang on reboot. (Specifically, it keeps looping on the Redboot sequence every 10 seconds. I have not had a chance to hack in a serial port to find the specific reason why yet. This is confirmed using the OpenSlug-3.10-beta.bin binary --ptan).

If you do end up accidentally flashing the openslug-3.10-beta.bin firmware without first configuring the nslu2, you will have to reflash the unslung-6.8-beta.bin firmware using the Redboot process. This will recover your nslu2.

February 07, 2007, at 09:23 PM by jeff_d_harperhotmailcom -- Added link to OpenEmbedded home page
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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

January 02, 2007, at 10:55 PM by BrianZhou --
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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distribution from SlugOS.

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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distributions from SlugOS.

January 02, 2007, at 10:55 PM by BrianZhou -- links back to SlugOS
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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution. OpenSlug is one of the derived distribution from SlugOS.

August 23, 2006, at 11:48 PM by akauppi -- slugos-native package name (not openslug-native)
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( seems it is ipkg install slugos-native now? )

June 19, 2006, at 03:28 PM by blaster8 -- Beginning of stale documentation update
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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.7

The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 2.7 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

The release notes for OpenSlug-2.5-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.5-beta release notes The release notes for OpenSlug-2.3-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.3-beta release notes page. The release notes for OpenSlug-2.0-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 3.10

The OpenSlug 3.10 (derived from the SlugOS series) firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-3.10-beta release notes? page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 3.10 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

June 13, 2006, at 10:47 PM by Zak --
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The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the wast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

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The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the vast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

April 13, 2006, at 08:41 PM by Larry1981 -- Binaries for OpenSlug 2.7 are already available on the website, so I fixed the text.
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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/, binaries will be available soon. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

April 12, 2006, at 10:24 PM by ByronT -- Slug-Firmware.net related changes
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  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.openslug.org.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.openslug.org to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
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  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.slug-firmware.net.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.slug-firmware.net to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source can be found at http://www.openslug.org/, binaries will be available soon. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source can be found at http://www.slug-firmware.net/, binaries will be available soon. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

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For an overview of known OpenSlug firmware issues, go to OpenSlug KnownProblems?.

February 05, 2006, at 04:49 PM by repvik --
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Upcoming Features

OpenSlugChangeLog? and future features

February 05, 2006, at 04:43 PM by repvik --
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The ArchivedOpenSlugHomePage? is here, and it currently contains links to information which should be in the separate (unwritten) pages above!

January 25, 2006, at 04:35 AM by Stein -- Installing packages: Consider using OpenDebianSlug
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The OpenSlug package repository contains many packages, but you will find out that it is not "complete". If you want the power of OpenSlug combined with a great package repository, consider upgrading your OpenSlug to OpenDebianSlug. Now you will have access to the wast number of debian packages compiled for the NSLU2 (armeb).

January 14, 2006, at 07:44 AM by tbm -- make the pointer to InitialisingOpenSlug bigger... it\'s easy to overlook this and then wonder what the root password is
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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details. After installing the firmware, initializing the system can begin. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

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  1. UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)
  2. BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.
  3. An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

Regardless of the chosen installation method, you have to initialize the system after installation. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

December 16, 2005, at 08:41 AM by thx1011 -- Better description for Package instalation
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The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more. This section mentions some packages that you might install.

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The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more.
This section mentions some packages that you might install.

  • Native development system\\
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If you want to share files you'll have to install Samba and friends. See GettingStartedWithSamba for more info or UseInternationalCharactersOnOpenSlug if you plan to use Samba with non-english filenames.

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October 12, 2005, at 08:55 AM by Fabian -- Ooops - typo fixed
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If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details. After installing the firmware, initializing the system can begin. This is quite easy and it is described in InitializingOpenSlug?.

to:

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details. After installing the firmware, initializing the system can begin. This is quite easy and it is described in InitialisingOpenSlug.

October 12, 2005, at 08:54 AM by Fabian -- Added two links to IMHO important sites for OpenSlug newbies
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If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

to:

If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details. After installing the firmware, initializing the system can begin. This is quite easy and it is described in InitializingOpenSlug?.

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If you want to share files you'll have to install Samba and friends. See GettingStartedWithSamba for more info.

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If you want to share files you'll have to install Samba and friends. See GettingStartedWithSamba for more info or UseInternationalCharactersOnOpenSlug if you plan to use Samba with non-english filenames.

September 27, 2005, at 09:55 PM by jbowler --
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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

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The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source can be found at http://www.openslug.org/, binaries will be available soon. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

September 27, 2005, at 09:54 PM by jbowler -- OpenSlug 2.7
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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.5

The OpenSlug 2.5 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.5-beta release notes page.

The previous version of OpenSlug, 2.3, may be upgraded to 2.5 simply by using ipkg upgrade - see the release notes for 2.5 for more information. It is also possible to upgrade using the full reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release", however this is normally unnecessary as no significant changes have been made to the firmware between 2.3 and 2.5.

The version of OpenSlug preceding 2.3, 2.0, may be upgraded to 2.5 by following the procedure outlined in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.7

The OpenSlug 2.7 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.7-beta release notes page.

The previous versions of OpenSlug may be upgraded to 2.7 simply by following the reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

The release notes for OpenSlug-2.5-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.5-beta release notes

September 24, 2005, at 10:14 AM by eFfeM -- moved howto\'s to a separate page, replaced old text by a reference
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(this will probably get moved...)

MailServer

InstallCups

OpenSlugIptables

GettingStartedWithSamba

Hotplug This page describes how to run a program or script when a (USB) device is added or removed.

TipsTricksOddsEnds? Here you can find some OpenSlug related odds and ends that are to small to deserve their own page.

InstallNFS Describes how to install and configure NFS.

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The list of OpenSlug specific HowTos move to its own page. See HowTo

September 15, 2005, at 06:57 PM by eFfeM -- added entry for NFS howto
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TipsTricksOddsEnds? Here you can find some OpenSlug related odds and ends that are to small to deserve their own page.

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TipsTricksOddsEnds? Here you can find some OpenSlug related odds and ends that are to small to deserve their own page.

InstallNFS Describes how to install and configure NFS.

September 11, 2005, at 04:29 PM by eFfeM --
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TipsTricksOddsEnds? Here you can find some OpenSlug related odds and ends that are to small to deserve their own page.

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Adding packages

Refer to AddingPackages

September 10, 2005, at 09:34 AM by eFfeM -- modified the tarball build section
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  1. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source.
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  1. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source. This will give you the latest HEAD version. In this case you'll need to use the MasterMakefile.
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BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own. If you want to build the latest HEAD version, use the MasterMakefile.

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BuildingTheTarball gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

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Note that the last two ways assume that you set up a cross compile environment. Building the kernel on the slug itself is uncharted territory. If you feel that you still want to try to compile natively, be sure to have a look at OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment.

September 06, 2005, at 10:57 AM by effem -- added Hotplug link
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Hotplug This page describes how to run a program or script when a (USB) device is added or removed.

September 05, 2005, at 01:59 PM by effem -- added section \\\"Installing Packages\\\"
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Installing packages

The OpenSlug binary comes with only few packages installed. In order to actually use your slug for something you have to install some more. This section mentions some packages that you might install.

If you want to natively compile on the slug you need openslug-native. Install through ipkg install openslug-native

If you want to share files you'll have to install Samba and friends. See GettingStartedWithSamba for more info.

September 05, 2005, at 12:02 PM by ingeba -- Added Samba link
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August 15, 2005, at 04:53 PM by blaster8 -- Added OpenSlugIptables page
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Until the binary feed build is completed it is only possible to use OpenSlug-2.5-beta by building from source. When the feed is complete it will be possible to upgrade OpenSlug-2.3-beta to OpenSlug-2.5-beta as described below. At this point this paragraph will be removed!

August 08, 2005, at 12:59 PM by rwhitby --
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BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own. If you want to build the latest HEAD version, use the Master Makefile?.

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BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own. If you want to build the latest HEAD version, use the MasterMakefile.

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Until the binary feed build is completed it is only possible to use OpenSlug-2.5-beta by building from source. When the feed is complete it will be possible to upgrade OpenSlug-2.3-beta to OpenSlug-2.5-beta as described below. At this point this paragraph will be removed!

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Until the binary feed build is completed it is only possible to use OpenSlug-2.5-beta by building from source. When the feed is complete it will be possible to upgrade OpenSlug-2.3-beta to OpenSlug-2.5-beta as described below. At this point this paragraph will be removed!

August 07, 2005, at 06:54 PM by jbowler -- Added note about the feed
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Until the binary feed build is completed it is only possible to use OpenSlug-2.5-beta by building from source. When the feed is complete it will be possible to upgrade OpenSlug-2.3-beta to OpenSlug-2.5-beta as described below. At this point this paragraph will be removed!

August 07, 2005, at 06:45 PM by jbowler -- OpenSlug-2.5-beta source release.
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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.3

The OpenSlug 2.3 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.3-beta release notes page.

The previous version of OpenSlug, 2.0, may be upgraded to 2.3 by following the procedure outlined in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release". The release notes for OpenSlug-2.0-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.5

The OpenSlug 2.5 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.5-beta release notes page.

The previous version of OpenSlug, 2.3, may be upgraded to 2.5 simply by using ipkg upgrade - see the release notes for 2.5 for more information. It is also possible to upgrade using the full reflash procedure described in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release", however this is normally unnecessary as no significant changes have been made to the firmware between 2.3 and 2.5.

The version of OpenSlug preceding 2.3, 2.0, may be upgraded to 2.5 by following the procedure outlined in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release".

The release notes for OpenSlug-2.3-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.3-beta release notes page. The release notes for OpenSlug-2.0-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

August 07, 2005, at 03:50 PM by ccsmart -- Adding openslug mailserver howto
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OpenSlug specific howtos

(this will probably get moved...)

MailServer

July 30, 2005, at 06:00 PM by Malfi -- link to the mastermakefile
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BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

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BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own. If you want to build the latest HEAD version, use the Master Makefile?.

July 23, 2005, at 08:34 PM by jbowler -- OpenSlug-2.3-beta
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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.0

The OpenSlug 2.0 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.3

The OpenSlug 2.3 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.3-beta release notes page.

The previous version of OpenSlug, 2.0, may be upgraded to 2.3 by following the procedure outlined in "upgrading OpenSlug to a new release". The release notes for OpenSlug-2.0-beta can be found in the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

July 10, 2005, at 12:08 AM by jbowler -- Added link to a process document
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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development. If you are considering this option WhenAndWhereOpenSlugReleasesAreMade goes into more detail about how the source database and source releases differ.

July 09, 2005, at 06:02 PM by g2 -- Add OpenSlug/PackageStatus link for testing
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See PackageStatus for information on available packages.

June 24, 2005, at 08:08 PM by jbowler -- removed bk references, added link (unwritten) for build customisation
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  1. Obtain a copy of BitKeeper and appropriate tools, pull the whole OpenEmbedded source from nslu2-linux.bkbits.net and build OpenSlug.
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  1. Download or build monotone and appropriate tools, download the nslu2-linux master Makefile and build OpenSlug from the live source.
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If you choose either of the source build methods the firmware image can be modified and new packages built. The way to do this is the same whether you use the source tarball or monotone, CustomisingTheBuild gives more details.

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The OpenSlug 2.0 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/ .

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The OpenSlug 2.0 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/. The release notes for this version can be found on the OpenSlug-2.0-beta release notes page.

June 23, 2005, at 01:25 AM by jbowler --
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UsingTheBinary? is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheSource? gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 1.12

The OpenSlug 1.12 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/ .

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 2.0

The OpenSlug 2.0 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/ .

June 21, 2005, at 06:07 AM by jbowler --
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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

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UsingTheBinary? is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheSource? gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

June 19, 2005, at 09:06 PM by g2 -- Add Changlog
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Upcoming Features

OpenSlugChangeLog? and future features

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  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2
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  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2.
June 19, 2005, at 08:40 PM by tman --
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If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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  1. Obtain a copy of BitKeeper? and appropriate tools, pull the whole OpenEmbedded source from nslu2-linux.bkbits.net and build openslug.
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  1. Obtain a copy of BitKeeper and appropriate tools, pull the whole OpenEmbedded source from nslu2-linux.bkbits.net and build OpenSlug.
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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested, version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

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OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

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OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

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  1. Bluetooth support? can be added
  2. More RAM can be supported
  3. RunApex and use a different boot loader with cool features
  4. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug

With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware's applications. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

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  1. Bluetooth support? can be added.
  2. More RAM can be supported.
  3. RunApex and use a different bootloader with cool features.
  4. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug.

With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

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For an overview of known OpenSlug firmware issues, go to OpenSlug's KnownProblems.

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For an overview of known OpenSlug firmware issues, go to OpenSlug KnownProblems?.

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OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

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This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

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See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

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See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

June 17, 2005, at 06:12 PM by g2 -- Add OpenSlug native compile link
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See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

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See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

June 17, 2005, at 06:12 PM by g2 -- Add OpenSlug native compile link
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  1. OpenSlugNativeCompileEnvironment Compile natively on OpenSlug
June 15, 2005, at 02:52 AM by g2 -- Add APEX information
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OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

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OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel and root file system built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

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  1. RunApex and use a different boot loader with cool features
June 09, 2005, at 02:55 AM by jbowler -- Add DevelopmentNotes
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The DevelopmentNotes page contains notes about work in progress.

June 05, 2005, at 11:47 AM by Sumo --
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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the LinkSys? NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the Linksys NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

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If you a new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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If you are new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock Linksys NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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With this freedom, you consequentally lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware's applications. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

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With this freedom, you consequentially lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware's applications. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

June 04, 2005, at 06:32 PM by Stefan Hauser -- Added link to OpenEmbedded bugzilla
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Problems with OpenEmbedded packages can be reported to OpenEmbedded BugZilla.

June 01, 2005, at 02:51 PM by barrym --
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For an overview of known Unslung firmware issues, go to OpenSlug's KnownProblems.

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For an overview of known OpenSlug firmware issues, go to OpenSlug's KnownProblems.

June 01, 2005, at 02:41 PM by barrym -- Newbie warnings for OpenSlug, matching style of Unslung homepage.
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Getting started

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If you a new to Linux, you are better off trying to use the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

Getting started

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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More information

This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

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Latest Version : OpenSlug 1.12

The OpenSlug 1.12 firmware is now in beta testing. Source and binaries can be found at http://www.openslug.org/ .

OpenSlug Features

OpenSlug is a completely customizable Linux kernel built from scratch. This means that some of the restrictions found with Unslung firmware do not exist.

  1. Number of drives attached to slug can be greater than 2
  2. Bluetooth support? can be added
  3. More RAM can be supported

With this freedom, you consequentally lose the ability to maintain compatibility with the Linksys firmware's applications. It's up to you to decide if this is good or bad. :-)

Bugs

For an overview of known Unslung firmware issues, go to OpenSlug's KnownProblems.

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

How To Get Involved

See GettingStarted for details of how to build OpenSlug if you want to assist in its development.

Alternatives to OpenSlug

OpenSlug is not for the inexperienced Linux user. If you're unsure about how to use Linux properly, start learning on the Unslung firmware before attempting to use OpenSlug.

More information

This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

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The ArchivedOpenSlugHomePage? is here, and it currently contains links to information which should be in the separate (unwritten) pages above!

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The ArchivedOpenSlugHomePage? is here, and it currently contains links to information which should be in the separate (unwritten) pages above!

See the HowTo Recipes area for more tips and techniques.

June 01, 2005, at 06:24 AM by jbowler --
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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand, however it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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This wiki contains much more information about OpenSlug, Unslung and the NSLU2. The main HomePage is here!

The OpenEmbedded build system wiki is at http://oe.handhelds.org/.

The ArchivedOpenSlugHomePage? is here, and it currently contains links to information which should be in the separate (unwritten) pages above!

June 01, 2005, at 06:15 AM by jbowler --
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DownloadingTheBinary? is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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UsingTheBinary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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  1. Download and flash the binary image from www.openslug.org.
  2. Download the source 'tarball' from http://www.openslug.org to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
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  1. Download and flash the binary image from http://www.openslug.org.
  2. Download the source tarball from http://www.openslug.org to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
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Downloading the binary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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DownloadingTheBinary? is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

June 01, 2005, at 06:12 AM by jbowler --
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The ArchivedHomePage? is here.

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http://www.openslug.org Downloading the binary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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Downloading the binary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested, version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

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An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested, version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

More information

The ArchivedHomePage? is here.

June 01, 2005, at 06:04 AM by jbowler --
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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the LinkSys? NSLU2. It produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

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OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the LinkSys? NSLU2. It is produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

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README: The default password for Openslug has been set to "opeNSLUg". More information about the first beta release can be found at OpenSlugTurnUp.

OpenSlug is one of the streams of replacement firmware for the NSLU2.

The goal of OpenSlug is to provide a complete set of custom software. Initially, custom kernels and root filesystems, and eventually a custom boot loader or non-Redboot bootloader will be added.

OpenSlug is currently in beta development. Read the OpenSlugStatus? page if you want to have a look at it and help us testing.

The list of alpha and beta testers is here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

If you consider help us improving OpenSlug check out the DevelopmentPrimer?.

See the OpenEmbedded Builds section for more information on how to use OpenEmbedded to build OpenSlug.

If you are looking for firmware which retains the standard NSLU2 functionality, but allows you to add downloadable packages, then you want the Unslung firmware, not the OpenSlug firmware.

Over time, we will build up a ProjectHistory?.

ArchivedIssues?

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OpenSlug

OpenSlug is a replacement firmware image for the LinkSys? NSLU2. It produced using OpenEmbedded, which is itself a way of building and distributing a complete highly configurable and highly extendable Linux distribution.

The OpenSlug firmware image is minimal - enough to start the hardware and allow the download of additional packages. OpenEmbedded contains a very large number of add on packages together with an environment which makes it easy to build new packages based on existing software. Well written software typically just works in OpenEmbedded.

Getting started

There are three different ways of getting started with OpenSlug:

  1. Download and flash the binary image from www.openslug.org.
  2. Download the source 'tarball' from http://www.openslug.org to a machine with disk space, a reasonably powerful CPU and a native development environment (a C compiler and tools). Build OpenSlug.
  3. Obtain a copy of BitKeeper? and appropriate tools, pull the whole OpenEmbedded source from nslu2-linux.bkbits.net and build openslug.

These three different approaches give the same end-result - an OpenSlug binary - but the different routes allow you to do different things.

http://www.openslug.org Downloading the binary is quickest, most reliable and easiest to understand. However it limits you to installing pre-built packages. If you want a small quiet server and the available packages offer the services you need then it just works, there's no need for anything else. In this respect it's like the stock LinkSys? NSLU2 and Unslung, but it's much more minimal (i.e. it does next to nothing unless you install extra stuff!)

BuildingTheSource gives the binary (identical to the release binary) from the source. Consequently it provides a full cross-build environment. If you need to add your own programs this gets you up and running in a few hours (the length of time it takes to build from the source.) Pre-built packages install fine from the OpenSlug feed but you can write and add your own.

An OpenEmbedded build gives the latest, unstable, untested, version of OpenSlug. It may well not work. Attempting to install packages from the feed is probably a bad idea. Possibly the only reasons for doing this are if there is a bug in the current released source which prevents you doing something or if you are regularly contributing stuff to the OpenSlug development.

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README: The default password for Openslug has been set to "opeNSLUg". More information about the first beta release can be found at OpenSlugTurnUp.

OpenSlug is one of the streams of replacement firmware for the NSLU2.

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The list of alpha and beta testers is http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nslu2-linux/database?method=reportRows&tbl=7 here. Please add your entry to the list if you are beta testing.

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OpenSlug is one of the streams of replacement firmware for the NSLU2.

The goal of OpenSlug is to provide a complete set of custom software. Initially, custom kernels and root filesystems, and eventually a custom boot loader or non-Redboot bootloader will be added.

OpenSlug is currently in early experimental development. Read the OpenSlugStatus? page if you want to have a look at it and help us testing.

If you consider help us improving OpenSlug check out the DevelopmentPrimer?.

See the HomePage OpenEmbedded Builds? section for more information on how to use OpenEmbedded to build OpenSlug.

If you are looking for firmware which retains the standard NSLU2 functionality, but allows you to add downloadable packages, then you want the HomePage Unslung? firmware, not the OpenSlug firmware.

Over time, we will build up a ProjectHistory?.

OpenSlugAlpha

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RedBootReplacementThoughts

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