Donofrio, Lewis | 4 May 14:14 2005
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RE: Re: Problems making a xbox-linux live cd

But I do not see the ISO for the XBOX platform? 
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Subject: Re: [Xbox-linux-user] Re: Problems making a xbox-linux live cd

Try http://www.ubuntulinux.org/ and you might be in heaven, too.

Regards, Thomas

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> Anyone feel like porting PCLinuxOS p81a to xbox....I'd be in heaven! 
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Pierre Monlong | 5 May 01:44 2005
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Module Compiling

hi,

I run a Xebian 1.1.0 with the native 2.4.27 kernel.

I need to compile a module (spca5xx) but i don't find the kernel tree 
package
associated with this kernel.

Any idea , where to find it or how to compile my module without 
recompiling the
entire kernel.

Thank

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Thomas Kaiser | 5 May 02:09 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

> I need to compile a module (spca5xx) but i don't find the kernel tree 
> package
> associated with this kernel.

I just compiled this module tonight under Ubuntu Linux
and it found my kernel source without problems. My kernel source is 
placed under /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.10. But I have a link to the 
source in /lib/modules/2.6.10-5-386/, this did may the trick ( build -> 
/usr/src/linux-source- 2.6.10).

I try to get a Creative Web Cam running under Ubuntu Linux, but I had no 
luck so far. lsusb reports the folloeing:
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 041e:401c Creative Technology, Ltd Creative 
WebCam NX [PD1110]

If you have the same webcam and you got it work, please tell me how you 
did it.

Regars, Thomas

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shailim | 5 May 11:16 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

Thomas Kaiser wrote:

>> I need to compile a module (spca5xx) but i don't find the kernel tree 
>> package
>> associated with this kernel.
>
>
> I just compiled this module tonight under Ubuntu Linux
> and it found my kernel source without problems. My kernel source is 
> placed under /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.10. But I have a link to the 
> source in /lib/modules/2.6.10-5-386/, this did may the trick ( build 
> -> /usr/src/linux-source- 2.6.10).
>
> I try to get a Creative Web Cam running under Ubuntu Linux, but I had 
> no luck so far. lsusb reports the folloeing:
> Bus 001 Device 002: ID 041e:401c Creative Technology, Ltd Creative 
> WebCam NX [PD1110]
>
> If you have the same webcam and you got it work, please tell me how 
> you did it.
>
> Regars, Thomas

Ubuntu run on Xbox !?

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Thomas Kaiser | 5 May 12:48 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

> 
> Ubuntu run on Xbox !?
> 

No, I did compile it on my ordinary PC. But anyway Xebian and Ubunutu 
are both based on Debian, so there shouldn't be so much difference.

If you use the xebian kernel (xbox kernel), it shouldn't be a big 
problem to run Ubuntu on the xbox. A while ago I did a pure Debian 
install on a xbox. I just needed the xebian CD to boot. After that I 
followed instruction for "remote/network install" of Debian. Used the 
xbox patch kernel (self compiled) and that's it. My xbox (V1.6) is a 
pure linux box. I have a modchip wich cromwell on it.

Regards, Thomas

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Richard Osborne | 5 May 13:53 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

Pierre Monlong wrote:

> hi,
>
> I run a Xebian 1.1.0 with the native 2.4.27 kernel.
>
> I need to compile a module (spca5xx) but i don't find the kernel tree 
> package
> associated with this kernel.
>
> Any idea , where to find it or how to compile my module without 
> recompiling the
> entire kernel.
>
> Thank
>
>
>
>
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Donofrio, Lewis | 5 May 14:14 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

Would this also work to load mandrake 10.1 - or in all reality "pclinuxos" on my xbox?
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Sent: Thu May 05 07:53:08 2005
Subject: Re: [Xbox-linux-user] Module Compiling

Pierre Monlong wrote:

> hi,
>
> I run a Xebian 1.1.0 with the native 2.4.27 kernel.
>
> I need to compile a module (spca5xx) but i don't find the kernel tree
> package
> associated with this kernel.
>
> Any idea , where to find it or how to compile my module without
> recompiling the
> entire kernel.
>
> Thank
>
>
>
>
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Im not aware of a kernel-source or kernel-headers package for Xebian, so
you'll
probably have to recompile the kernel. There's a bit of info on doing this
kernel/Documentation/README.txt is the xbox-linux cvs. You can view this via
the URL:

http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/xbox-linux/kernel/Documentation/README.xbox?rev=1.10&view=markup

I think the current kernel config for Xebian is stored in
/boot/config-'your-kernel-version'
so you should be able to use this as a basis for you new configuration.
Just copy it
to path/to/kernel/source/.config then run make oldconfig. Then use make
menuconfig
to tweak the configuration (is spca5xx a webcam? - you'll need video 4
linux if it is).

Richard


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Richard Osborne | 5 May 14:34 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

Donofrio, Lewis wrote:

> Would this also work to load mandrake 10.1 - or in all reality 
> "pclinuxos" on my xbox?
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Well compiling the kernel is the first step to getting any distribution 
on the Xbox, and the process of compiling the kernel should be the same 
whatever distribution your using. Also I think Mandriva Linux now 
offically supports the Xbox. I've seen these links (haven't tried them 
out yet though).

Full DVD ISO 2GB Xbox Compatible
ftp://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/mandrakelinux/official/iso/10.2/i586/Mandriva-Linux-2005-Limited-Edition-Download-DVD.i586.iso

Small Version for Xbox 431MB
ftp://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/mandrakelinux/official/iso/10.2/i586/Mandriva-Linux-2005-Limited-Edition-XBOX-Mini.xbox.iso

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Donofrio, Lewis | 5 May 14:41 2005
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Re: Module Compiling

Ok thanks I'll give the full iso a shot
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Subject: Re: [Xbox-linux-user] Module Compiling

Donofrio, Lewis wrote:

> Would this also work to load mandrake 10.1 - or in all reality
> "pclinuxos" on my xbox?
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Well compiling the kernel is the first step to getting any distribution
on the Xbox, and the process of compiling the kernel should be the same
whatever distribution your using. Also I think Mandriva Linux now
offically supports the Xbox. I've seen these links (haven't tried them
out yet though).

Full DVD ISO 2GB Xbox Compatible
ftp://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/mandrakelinux/official/iso/10.2/i586/Mandriva-Linux-2005-Limited-Edition-Download-DVD.i586.iso

Small Version for Xbox 431MB
ftp://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/mandrakelinux/official/iso/10.2/i586/Mandriva-Linux-2005-Limited-Edition-XBOX-Mini.xbox.iso


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Thomas Kaiser | 5 May 17:28 2005
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Re: Change HD from xbox V1.6 to V1.1

Hello David

> Use cromwell to unlock the hdds first.  Then, yes, you can just interchange 
> them.

I just tried today to unlock the HD of my V1.6 xbox. But it didn't work 
or I did something wrong.

I booted the xbox, and choose "advanced->Hdd menu-" in the cromwell 
menu. Then, there was a screen with the only option "Lock HDD (hda)". 
But I could not navigate to this option, so I just hit the "A" Button on 
the xpad and I got a screen with some HEX numbers (ATA password?) I just 
  wrote this numbers on a paper. Then I connected the HD in a USB HD 
case an connected it to my second xbox. But I could not see the HD. 
fdisk -l did not show the USB HD. So, I put it back to the xbox and 
booted, but it can not boot anymore from the HD.

I can still boot from the Xebian CD and mount the HD then. The HD looks 
fine after I mounted it. But I can still not boot.

So, what do I have to do to unlock the HD with cromwell?

Any help is highly a appreciated.

Regards, Thomas

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