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  • 1. NSLU2 Network Storage Link for Usb 2.0
  • 2. The box
  • 3. How it’s supposed to be used. Thank you Amazon.com for the pictures….
  • 4. Great Quote from Linksys
    • "While Linksys does not support any of the alternate firmware available for the NSLU2, we are always delighted to see a product gain such widespread acceptance.
    • Like the similar community that emerged to enhance the WRT54G before it, the creativity and ingenuity of Linksys customers inspires us to continually improve our products."
    • -- Mike Wagner, Director of Marketing, Linksys.
  • 5. Technical Details
    • Announced June 2004
    • ARM Processor 133 MHz/266 MHz
    • 64 MB RAM
    • 16 MB FLASH
    • 2 USB ports (Flash or HD/NTFS)
    • 10/100 Ethernet NIC
    • 5V 0.6 A
  • 6. Modifications
    • add USB HUB
    • add Serial Port
    • OverClock
    • Force Power On
    • Power Slug from USB
  • 7. Slug -> Peripheral
    • SlugPower - USB-controlled power switch
    • SlugTerm - USB keyboard and 4x20 LCD display
    • SlugBee - Remote data logging using Zigbee radio modules
    • WinTVPVR
    • SlugPalmTerm - Palm as LCD display and terminal
    • Twonky/Itunes(DAAP) - media server
  • 8. Firmware Options
    • SlugOS/BE formerly OpenSlug from OpenEmbedded (WRT54G)
    • SlugOS/LE formerly DebianSlug
    • UcSlugC - embedded. Less support
    • Unslung
  • 9. IPKG Modules
    • ipkg list - list packages available
    • ipkg status - list packages installed
    • ipkg install <pkg-name> - to install new package
  • 10.
    • * Apache - Popular heavyweight web server
    • * appWeb - Embedded Web Server
    • * Asterisk - Open Source VoIP PBX System
    • * BitTorrent - packaged as py-bittorrent, btdownloadcurses.py works.
    • * ccxstream - Media streaming server for Xbox Media Center
    • * CTorrent - BitTorrent client written in the C programming language.
    • * CUPS - CUPS printer system.
    • * digitemp - temperatur logger software
    • * distcc - Distributed C/C++ compiler
    • * DnsMasq - DNS and DHCP server
    • * dovecot - Dovecot is an open source IMAP and POP3 server for Linux/UNIX-like systems
    • * Enhanced CTorrent - command line client for BitTorrent
    • * extract-xiso - XBOX iso creation/extraction tool
    • * FreeRadius - An opensource Radius server
    • * gphoto2 - Command line digital camera software applications
    • * gnokii - a multisystem tool suite and modem driver for the mobile phones (including smsd)
    • * irssi - console IRC client
    • * kissdx - a versatile PC-Link clone for KiSS media players
    • * mc - Midnight Commander File manager
    • * MediaWiki - The Wiki software used to run Wikipedia
    • * Mt-daapd - iTunes Server
    • * mutt - text mode mail client
    • * MySQL - The most popular Open Source SQL Database
    • * nagios-plugins - Plugins for the nagios network monitor program
    • * Nail - Mail client
    • * NanoBlogger - a small weblog engine written in Bash for the command line
    • * nbench-byte - BYTE's Native Mode Benchmarks
    • * ncFTP - A user friendly FTP client with background spooling.
    • * net-snmp - The opensource implementation of snmp
    • * Nethack - Greatest RPG of all time
    • * netio - A cross platform network benchmark tool for tcp and udp.
    • * nrpe - Nagios remote program execute daemon
    • * Nfs-utils - The recommended NFS server
    • * Ntpclient - Network Time Protocol client
    • * OpenSSH - the recommended SSH server
    • * phpMyAdmin - Web-based administration for MySQL
    • * postgresql - scalable, SQL compliant, object-relational database management system
    • * proftpd - Highly configurable and feature packed FTP server
    • * python - An interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language
    • * qemu - An processor emulator - allows running i386 binaries on the slug
    • * samba - Samba 3.0.14a-4 on Unslung 4.2x beta
    • * ser - SIP Express Router
    • * tftp-hpa - A simple tftp package
    • * torrent - Torrent processing scripts for libbt
    • * Transmission - Lightweight BitTorrent client and daemon with WWW interface
    • * unfs3 - User-space NFS V3 server (not recommended - use nfs-utils instead)
    • * ushare - Free open source uPnP media server.
    • * uVista - Free open source microversion of Vista Enterprise
    • * vsftpd - Fast and secure FTP server
    • * webalizer - server stats program.
    • * X11 - X Windows for your slug. No display hardware so it's remote access only.
    • * xmail - An easy(ish) to use mail server
  • 11. Amateur Radio Applications
    • AX25 – Packet Radio
    • Digi_ned (smart Digipeater/APRS mini-webpage server)
    • APRSD (old version - pre C++)
    • - the future
    • Telpac Gateway
    • JNOS (mail/packet/BBS/etc)
  • 12. HamSlug by N7IPB
    • AX25 Kernel
    • Web configuration Utility
    • Digi_ned is running: http://www.findu.com/cgi-bin/find.cgi?skagit
  • 13. Links
    • NSUL2: http://www.nslu2-linux.org/
    • UNSLUNG: http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Unslung/HomePage
    • Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSLU2
    • WRT54G for Ham Radio: http://db0fhn-i.ampr.org/wrt54gs/
    • HamSlug: http://www.wetnet.net
  • 14. Issues
    • Power on - requires modification
    • Network Access is Slow
  • 15. Similar Devices
    • Synology DS101
    • Iomega NAS100d
    • D-Link DSMG600 (64 MB RAM, 16 MB FLASH, 1GB NIC)
    • ...other ixp4xx-based devices with large attached storage