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September 01, 2007, at 01:06 AM by nslu2topfield -- nslu2+topfield
July 15, 2006, at 02:19 AM by msteveb -- Updated sourceforge urls
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  • CVS Web frontend for puppy - http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/puppy (this can lag up to 8hrs behind the real CVS)
  • CVS repository - :pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/puppy - the module you want is named puppy
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  • CVS Web frontend for puppy - http://puppy.cvs.sourceforge.net/puppy/ (this can lag up to 8hrs behind the real CVS)
  • CVS repository - :pserver:anonymous@puppy.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/puppy - the module you want is named puppy
January 31, 2006, at 02:52 PM by msteveb -- Add link to ftpd-topfield page
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You may also find ftpd-topfield (FtpdTopfield) as a useful means of communicating with your NSLU2.

October 12, 2005, at 01:56 AM by peteru -- Updated project description.
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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an Ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt or TF5000PVR.

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puppy - GPL software for communicating with a Topfield PVR.

Originally developed to turn an NSLU2 into an Ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt or TF5000PVR. These days, puppy runs on a variety of Linux systems, including x86 desktops, amd64 servers, PowerPC based CD players, and MIPS based wireless routers.

August 09, 2005, at 02:53 AM by rwhitby --
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Puppy requires your NSLU2 to be running Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or OpenSlug firmware.

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Puppy requires your NSLU2 to be running Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or OpenSlug firmware.

August 09, 2005, at 02:52 AM by rwhitby --
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Puppy requires your NSLU2 to be running either the Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or the OpenSlug firmware.

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Puppy requires your NSLU2 to be running Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or OpenSlug firmware.

August 09, 2005, at 02:52 AM by rwhitby --
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Puppy requires either the Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or the OpenSlug firmware.

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Puppy requires your NSLU2 to be running either the Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or the OpenSlug firmware.

August 09, 2005, at 02:52 AM by rwhitby --
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Puppy requires either unslung-able-2.x or unslung-standard-3.9-alpha or newer. It will not work with unslung-standard-2.x

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Puppy requires either the Unslung firmware (version 3.9 or later) or the OpenSlug firmware.

May 26, 2005, at 04:48 AM by Dietmar Zlabinger -- puppy not only supports the dvb-t-version of toppy, but also the satellite (dvb-s)-version of that device (which is very popular in europe)
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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an Ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt.

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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an Ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt or TF5000PVR.

March 07, 2005, at 05:08 PM by belly --
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March 06, 2005, at 03:14 AM by peteru --
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  • ViCrashCourse gives very basic instructions on how to edit text files on the NSLU2.
February 19, 2005, at 02:03 AM by peteru --
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  • UserContributions to see how other people have used puppy to enhance their experience with the Toppy.
January 27, 2005, at 02:17 PM by peteru --
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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed.

See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation.

You can also try following the more detailed basic EndUserPuppyInstall guide.

If you wish to build the current CVS versions, see BuildingPuppy for instructions.

Once you have configured your NSLU2 and installed puppy, you can visit PuppyUsage to see some examples of how to work puppy.

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Puppy related wiki pages

  • Unslung.HomePage Unslung? is the firmware you need to install in order to get puppy working on your NSLU2.
  • ConfiguringNSLU2 has the steps needed to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation. You will also find others tips that will make your life easier.
  • PuppyUsage to see some examples of how to work puppy.
  • PuppyPerformance to answer your questions regarding speed.
  • BuildingPuppy for instructions that will allow you to build the current CVS version of puppy.
  • EndUserPuppyInstall guide is a user contributed document detailing a slightly unusual NSLU2/puppy installation.
January 23, 2005, at 06:19 AM by peteru --
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puppy is currently in beta testing. The packages are a part of the normal unslung feed and you can just install them in the usual manner, instead of having to build puppy from source.

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puppy packages are a part of the normal unslung feed and you can just install them in the usual manner, instead of having to build puppy from source.

January 04, 2005, at 02:46 PM by peteru --
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puppy is currently in beta testing. The packages are a part of the normal unslung feed and you can just install them in the usual manner, instead of having to build puppy from source.

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The NSLU2 acts as a bridge between the USB port on the TF5000PVRt and the ethernet LAN. Currently the software provides a simple command line interface to list the contents of the TF5000PVRt hard disk, display disk usage statistics and of course upload and download files.

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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed.

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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed. See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation. You can also try following the more detailed basic EndUserPuppyInstall guide.

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See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation.

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puppy is currently in beta testing. The packages are a part of the normal unslung feed and you can just install them in the usual manner, instead of having to build puppy from source.

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You can also try following the more detailed basic EndUserPuppyInstall guide.

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Links

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External Links and Resources

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December 26, 2004, at 12:14 AM by peteru --
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Once you have configured your NSLU2 and installed puppy, you can visit PuppyUsage to see some examples of how to work puppy.

December 21, 2004, at 03:52 AM by Koops --
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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed. See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation.

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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed. See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation. You can also try following the more detailed basic EndUserPuppyInstall guide.

December 19, 2004, at 02:33 PM by peteru --
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Puppy requires either unslung-able or unslung-standard-3.9-alpha or newer. It will not work with unslung-standard-2.x

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Puppy requires either unslung-able-2.x or unslung-standard-3.9-alpha or newer. It will not work with unslung-standard-2.x

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puppy is currently in alpha testing. That means that there is no package you can just install, instead you must build puppy from source. See BuildingPuppy for instructions on how to do that.

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In order to get puppy working on your NSLU2, you will need to get Unslung.HomePage Unslung? installed. See ConfiguringNSLU2 for the steps you need to take to prepare your NSLU2 for a puppy installation.

puppy is currently in beta testing. The packages are a part of the normal unslung feed and you can just install them in the usual manner, instead of having to build puppy from source.

If you wish to build the current CVS versions, see BuildingPuppy for instructions.

December 15, 2004, at 03:20 PM by peteru --
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  • Development blog - http://peteru.blogspot.com
December 13, 2004, at 01:49 PM by peteru --
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  • IRC channel - #puppy on irc.freenode.net
December 11, 2004, at 01:42 PM by peteru --
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Puppy requires unslung-able, it will not work with unslung-standard

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Puppy requires either unslung-able or unslung-standard-3.9-alpha or newer. It will not work with unslung-standard-2.x

December 11, 2004, at 07:07 AM by peteru --
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Puppy requires unslung-able, it will not work with unslung-standard

December 11, 2004, at 05:57 AM by peteru --
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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt.

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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an Ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt.

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puppy is currently in alpha testing. That means that there is no package you can just install, instead you must build puppy from source. See BuildingPuppy for instructions on how to do that.

Links

  • SourceForge project page - http://sourceforge.net/projects/puppy
  • CVS Web frontend for puppy - http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/puppy (this can lag up to 8hrs behind the real CVS)
  • CVS repository - :pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/puppy - the module you want is named puppy
December 06, 2004, at 02:41 PM by peteru --
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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an ethernet interface for a TopField? TF5000PVRt.

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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an ethernet interface for a Topfield TF5000PVRt.

The NSLU2 acts as a bridge between the USB port on the TF5000PVRt and the ethernet LAN. Currently the software provides a simple command line interface to list the contents of the TF5000PVRt hard disk, display disk usage statistics and of course upload and download files.

December 06, 2004, at 01:08 PM by rwhitby --
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Describe HomePage here.

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Puppy is software which turns an NSLU2 into an ethernet interface for a TopField? TF5000PVRt.

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Based on work by msteveb, peteru, rwhitby, Dietmar Zlabinger, belly, and Koops.
Originally by rwhitby.
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