Użytkownik W.P. napisał:
> Użytkownik Andrew Wiley napisał:
>> On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Florian Fainelli <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
>> Le Tuesday 28 April 2009 13:58:38 Andrew Wiley, vous avez écrit :
>> > I stumbled onto this website while doing some research on a Linksys
>> > printserver I retired a while back (the firmware kept crashing,
>> but I don't
>> > think it was a hardware problem), and I'm wondering if it would
>> be possible
>> > to install Linux on it. It has an ADM5120P, and the hardware
>> seems to be
>> > supported, but how would I go about installing anything? Is
>> there a serial
>> > port header that I need to use? Would using it equate to
>> soldering a serial
>> > port to it?
>> Soldering a seria port is not an option if you want to do
>> something serious
>> with it.
>> Then how would it normally be done? I'm hoping to do this more for the
>> experience than for the final product, if only because there's a
>> chance that the reboot problem is hardware related, and the whole box
>> is fairly useless right now.
>> > Is it even feasible to have a linux system running on 1MB of
>> flash and 4 MB
>> > of RAM?
>> That's too small you would need at least 2MB Flash and 8MB RAM.
>> Could 2MB hold a full kernel? If I can compile in the right USB
>> drivers, I can put the rootfs on a flash drive in the USB port (this
>> is a printserver, so it has one), right?
>> Andrew Wiley
> Look for "midge" distribution (midge.vlad.org.ua), especially forum.
> Look for "Bifferos" posts, he has "squidge" Linux for 2MB USB print server.
Forgot: squidge has approx 800kB footprint (kernel+drivers, rootfs on
USB stick). You may try to load it on your device. (but don't know if
2.6 kernel will work on 4M RAM).