Patrick McKinley | 22 Feb 17:47 2003
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Bios flashing

Hi, i just accidentaly flashed both banks on my mod with the cromwell bios, when all i wanted was the first one to be flashed with it
 
what i would like to know is if i install xbox linux onto my box can i flash one of the banks from it.. or both, i'm not fussy
 
basically "can i flash an Xecuter-2 Lite mod chip from xbox linux" is what i'm trying to ask
Brandon P | 22 Feb 18:52 2003
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RE: Network & other configuration issues

Yeah, you need the actual mandrake install disks for that, not the
xbox-linux one

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Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 4:37 AM
To: xbox-linux-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Xbox-linux-user] Network & other configuration issues

Hey folks,

I'm brand new at this linux / xbox game and am having a spot of bother
configuring Mandrake to request its IP address from my router. I use the
Mandrake control panel but as soon as I try to save my changes it asks
me for a installation disk. I put the one that I download from the Xbox
/ linux site but it just ejects it. I have begun to download the
original install disk from the Mandrake site and will try it with that
but any help would be greatly appreciated - I am getting increasingly
fustrated!

Cheers

P

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Paul Bawon | 22 Feb 18:57 2003
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Re: Network & other configuration issues

Is it OK to download them from the website?
Do I have to rename them to 'Installation CD1 (x86) (cdRom)'? So that it
will recognise them or does that not matter?
Have you done this and does it work?

T

On 22/2/03 5:52 pm, "Brandon P" <red1busta <at> hotmail.com> wrote:

> Yeah, you need the actual mandrake install disks for that, not the
> xbox-linux one
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Paul
> Bawon
> Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 4:37 AM
> To: xbox-linux-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Xbox-linux-user] Network & other configuration issues
> 
> 
> Hey folks,
> 
> I'm brand new at this linux / xbox game and am having a spot of bother
> configuring Mandrake to request its IP address from my router. I use the
> Mandrake control panel but as soon as I try to save my changes it asks
> me for a installation disk. I put the one that I download from the Xbox
> / linux site but it just ejects it. I have begun to download the
> original install disk from the Mandrake site and will try it with that
> but any help would be greatly appreciated - I am getting increasingly
> fustrated!
> 
> Cheers
> 
> P
> 
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Andy Green | 22 Feb 21:18 2003

Re: Bios flashing

On Sat, 2003-02-22 at 16:47, Patrick McKinley wrote:
> Hi, i just accidentaly flashed both banks on my mod with the cromwell bios, when all i wanted was the first
one to be flashed with it
> 
> what i would like to know is if i install xbox linux onto my box can i flash one of the banks from it.. or both,
i'm not fussy
> 
> basically "can i flash an Xecuter-2 Lite mod chip from xbox linux" is what i'm trying to ask

I have no experience with that mod, but, your situation dictates "you
better try"

Download raincoat from CVS and give it a go after you booted in Linux.

-Andy

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Jukka Aho | 22 Feb 20:52 2003
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Ritchie Logan | 22 Feb 23:45 2003

Re: Bios flashing

> what i would like to know is if i install xbox linux onto my box can i
flash one of the banks from it.. or both, i'm not fussy
>
> basically "can i flash an Xecuter-2 Lite mod chip from xbox linux" is what
i'm trying to ask

From memory, you need to flash an entire X2L in one go - it's not possible
to just flash half of it. You'll need to build yourself a 1 meg rom file
made from cromwell (in 1 half) and your other preferred bios (in the other).

R

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Brandon P | 23 Feb 04:05 2003
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RE: Network & other configuration issues


Well, I did try to do this before and it didn't work for me, the reason
I think it didn't work though was because I had a PC-DVD drive
piggybacked on the Xbox DVD drive and it wouldn't recognize the cd, so I
just went to debian. So I am not certain but I don't think you have to
name them differently, I'm sure they are already named correctly. And
yes you can just download them off the website.

-----Original Message-----
From: xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Paul
Bawon
Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 11:57 AM
To: Brandon P; xbox-linux-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Xbox-linux-user] Network & other configuration issues

Is it OK to download them from the website?
Do I have to rename them to 'Installation CD1 (x86) (cdRom)'? So that it
will recognise them or does that not matter? Have you done this and does
it work?

T

On 22/2/03 5:52 pm, "Brandon P" <red1busta <at> hotmail.com> wrote:

> Yeah, you need the actual mandrake install disks for that, not the 
> xbox-linux one
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> [mailto:xbox-linux-user-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Paul

> Bawon
> Sent: Saturday, February 22, 2003 4:37 AM
> To: xbox-linux-user <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: [Xbox-linux-user] Network & other configuration issues
> 
> 
> Hey folks,
> 
> I'm brand new at this linux / xbox game and am having a spot of bother

> configuring Mandrake to request its IP address from my router. I use 
> the Mandrake control panel but as soon as I try to save my changes it 
> asks me for a installation disk. I put the one that I download from 
> the Xbox / linux site but it just ejects it. I have begun to download 
> the original install disk from the Mandrake site and will try it with 
> that but any help would be greatly appreciated - I am getting 
> increasingly fustrated!
> 
> Cheers
> 
> P
> 
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Dadou54fr | 23 Feb 10:46 2003
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boot.iso linux help (i'm french)

Ben voila, je flash ma puce avec le bios cromwell ensuite j'insère le cdrw d'install de linux , ensuite plein d'instructions defilent pendant 10minutes et ensuite le haut de l'écran est noir et sur l'autre moitié des instructions sont ecrite...  j'attend environ 5minutes puis je décide dinsérer le cd boot. Mais lorsque je reboot le cd s'éjècte et cela m'affiche à l'écran:  
hda: ST310014A 10.242GB Locked - FAATX - MBR
hdb: PHILIPS XBOX DVD DRIVE  
UDMA2
Booting from /dev/hda2
Looking for optional/boot/linuxboot.cfg...
linuxboot.cfg not found, using defaults
Command line: root=/dev/hda2 devfs=mount kbd-reset
Loading/boot/vmlinuz Unable to load kernel, Grub error 15
ps: j'ai une xbox 1.1, une puce easy chip, et mon disque dur était presque plein avant l'installation et au debut de l'install j ai tapé setup8. Voila, si quelqu'un peut me doner un petit coup de main :)     
 (et quanjd je met rien dans le lecteur il m'affiche  
defaulting to HDD boot juste au dessus de Booting from/dev/hda2
     il lui arive aussi d'afficher locked corrupted eeprom.)
à quel moment dois je mettre le cd ??
heeeeeelp


Dadou54fr | 23 Feb 10:50 2003
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LINUX BOOT.ISO with Cromwell

Ben voila, je flash ma puce avec le bios cromwell ensuite j'insère le cdrw d'install de linux , ensuite plein d'instructions defilent pendant 10minutes et ensuite le haut de l'écran est noir et sur l'autre moitié des instructions sont ecrite...  j'attend environ 5minutes puis je décide dinsérer le cd boot. Mais lorsque je reboot le cd s'éjècte et cela m'affiche à l'écran:  
hda: ST310014A 10.242GB Locked - FAATX - MBR
hdb: PHILIPS XBOX DVD DRIVE  
UDMA2
Booting from /dev/hda2
Looking for optional/boot/linuxboot.cfg...
linuxboot.cfg not found, using defaults
Command line: root=/dev/hda2 devfs=mount kbd-reset
Loading/boot/vmlinuz Unable to load kernel, Grub error 15
ps: j'ai une xbox 1.1, une puce easy chip, et mon disque dur était presque plein avant l'installation et au debut de l'install j ai tapé setup8. Voila, si quelqu'un peut me doner un petit coup de main :)     
 (et quanjd je met rien dans le lecteur il m'affiche  
defaulting to HDD boot juste au dessus de Booting from/dev/hda2
     il lui arive aussi d'afficher locked corrupted eeprom.)
à quel moment dois je mettre le cd ?? My Email adress: dadou54fr <at> aol.com
help please
Milosch Meriac | 23 Feb 11:03 2003
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Re: boot.iso linux help (i'm french)

On Sunday 23 February 2003 10:46, Dadou54fr <at> aol.com wrote:
> Ben voila, je flash ma puce avec le bios cromwell ensuite j'insère le cdrw
> d'install de linux , ensuite plein d'instructions defilent pendant
> 10minutes et ensuite le haut de l'écran est noir et sur l'autre moitié des
> instructions sont ecrite...  j'attend environ 5minutes puis je décide
> dinsérer le cd boot. Mais lorsque je reboot le cd s'éjècte et cela
> m'affiche à l'écran: hda: ST310014A 10.242GB Locked - FAATX - MBR
> hdb: PHILIPS XBOX DVD DRIVE  
> UDMA2
> Booting from /dev/hda2
> Looking for optional/boot/linuxboot.cfg...
> linuxboot.cfg not found, using defaults
> Command line: root=/dev/hda2 devfs=mount kbd-reset
> Loading/boot/vmlinuz Unable to load kernel, Grub error 15
> ps: j'ai une xbox 1.1, une puce easy chip, et mon disque dur était presque
> plein avant l'installation et au debut de l'install j ai tapé setup8.
> Voila, si quelqu'un peut me doner un petit coup de main :)
>  (et quanjd je met rien dans le lecteur il m'affiche  
> defaulting to HDD boot juste au dessus de Booting from/dev/hda2
>      il lui arive aussi d'afficher locked corrupted eeprom.)
> à quel moment dois je mettre le cd ??
> heeeeeelp  

It seems that the installation hasn't finished successfully. You have to 
delete some file on your harddisk and try to reinstall. 

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