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  <nowiki>jme</nowiki>
 
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Tried to PXE Boot it, with snapshot XXXXX
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After adding the above line (and saving the change of course), you have to recreate the initial ramdisk.
  
This resulted in a kernel panic as described in
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<nowiki>/usr/pluto/bin/Diskless_BuildDefaultImage.sh</nowiki>
http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=8386.0
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or maybe
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<nowiki>mkinitramfs -d /etc/initramfs-tools-interactor/ -o /tftpboot/default/initrd</nowiki>
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is enough.
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This will create a new initial ramdisk for the first boot of new MDs containing the atl1 module (or in your case for whichever module you have added). Now, the first boot of the diskless MD will succeed and a new diskless media director will be created.
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It now hangs in the kubuntu screen, I need to put the drivers somewhere, working on it now
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UPDATE WILL FOLLOW
  
This means that the network drivers (JMicron JMC261 single-chip PCIe Fast Ethernet) are not there or loaded properly.
 
I am searching for a solution.
 
This could be one of the solutions
 
 
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1402076
 
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1402076
  
 
This page is a work in progress
 
This page is a work in progress

Revision as of 22:40, 15 May 2010

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Usage Information

This page is compliant with 0810 Beta | Current status : Not working/Should work

Shuttle X50 V2 [1]

It is a 15,4 inch touchscreen with an atom processor, with builtin camera, microphone and speakers. Ideal for a kitchen situation.

How to get it working.

Diskless Boot

Before you did this you already did /urs/pluto/CREATEDISKLESSTBZ.sh <search correct script>

Download the driver from ftp://jmicron.com.tw/jmc2xx/Linux/

Open a "terminal" and type the following

$ tar xjvf jme-1.0.5.tbz2
$ cd jme-1.0.5
$ make install

copy the module to the running kernel

$ cp jme.ko /lib/modules/2.6.27-17-generic/kernel/drivers/net/

To get a NIC to work, you have to modify a file, type the following in "terminal"

$ sudo <editor-of-choice> /etc/initramfs-tools-interactor/modules

and add a single line for your NICs kernel module. In the above case the name of the module is

jme

After adding the above line (and saving the change of course), you have to recreate the initial ramdisk.

/usr/pluto/bin/Diskless_BuildDefaultImage.sh

or maybe

mkinitramfs -d /etc/initramfs-tools-interactor/ -o /tftpboot/default/initrd

is enough.

This will create a new initial ramdisk for the first boot of new MDs containing the atl1 module (or in your case for whichever module you have added). Now, the first boot of the diskless MD will succeed and a new diskless media director will be created.

It now hangs in the kubuntu screen, I need to put the drivers somewhere, working on it now _________________________________________________________ UPDATE WILL FOLLOW

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1402076

This page is a work in progress