Joined: Nov. 2007
||Posted: Mar. 26 2008,16:50
Thanks for the update. I know it's 'not' dsl, but it's supposed to be the big brother (quoting the site).
I have a little ebox, the 1st generation seemed to work, but the 2nd gen's arent with the usb. Basically these box's are supposed to boot, run 2 perl scripts and collect data from the serial port (there are no serial ports, but a usb-serial adapter worked) to display using a flash file (gflashplayer).
Since the new box's came, dsl-4 is not working (seems usb is not seen), but dsl-n (with the 2.6 kernel) seems to see the usb, but naturally a few other issues. I got the perl modules working, but gflashplayer spits out an error saying;
error loading shared libraries: libstdc++libc6.2-2.so.3 which seems to come from compat-libstdc. I found an rpm, converted using alien and when I tried to intstall it got;
dpkg: `install-info' not found on PATH.
dpkg: 1 expected program(s) not found on PATH.
NB: root's PATH should usually contain /usr/local/sbin, /usr/sbin and /sbin.
I am pretty much a fedora guy, so debian, etc. is all new, but I am again stuck between 2 things.
DSL-N, 2.6 USB support, need the above
DSL-4 - 2.4 no usb (compiling sounded like a nightmare), but gflashplayer works fine.
There is always something . . . .