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Posted: Mar. 10 2004,09:11 QUOTE

It should.

Oh, 0.6.1 and 0.6.0 (the two versions I have) have pcmcia support - they work on my laptop to detect my pcmcia network card and my pcmcia HD (unfortunately I can't use both at once without my dock station).  But PCMCIA does work.  sshd I haven't been able to work, but it could just be my stupidity.  Same with nfs.  And if I remember correctly, there's an apt-get package you can get for prism cards.

*checks*  Yup.  Prism support:
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linux-wlan-ng  0.2.0-8             utilities for wireless prism2 cards
linux-wlan-ng- knoppix+0.2.0-      drivers for wireless prism2 cards
nfs-common     1.0.6-1             NFS support files common to client and serve
nfs-kernel-ser 1.0.5-3             Kernel NFS server support
pcmcia-cs      3.1.33-6            PCMCIA Card Services for Linux.
ssh            3.6.1p2-9           Secure rlogin/rsh/rcp replacement (OpenSSH)
sshstart-knopp 0.5-2               Starts SSH and sets a password for the knopp

So you can use those packages in your custom build.  And I'm sorry for the way it's cut off - it's how I got it from the knoppix shell.


73, VE6MSP

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Posted: Mar. 21 2004,10:56 QUOTE

Euhmz.... still a newby myself ... but

I believe there is something like Morphix out there. If I understood correctly you can configure your own linux from components there....

My one and half cents

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Posted: Mar. 31 2004,18:16 QUOTE

I *know* this is a dsl site, but you did say you were using a flash card. Check out Flonix. Designed for flash cards and what not and has a ton of packages with it. Just a thought.
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