hey... I went through all this in the last couple days, I know how frustrating this can be...
these images are REALLY hard for a newbie to setup,
granted, I'm no expert, at all... but here is what I know....
1) there are a couple applications that have (or are... I guess you can get rid of notification...) to be running... these are started up right away, so they're automatically added to the taskbar
2) Neutrino Sin! is mainly for QNX hackers... I know nothing about it
3) control panels must be an infinity thing... I don't have that
4) if you're using jukebox-usb1, you have to edit the shelf entry... to do this, hit [paste]+enter to bring up the menu, then go to shelf cfg
once you're in shelf cfg, go to the second shelf, you should recognize the entries as the ones on the right bar... go down to "networking" and then click on "windows Share"
in there, it'll bring up a box labeled "command to launch"... this is the hardest part (it's not very hard at all...)
this is a basic template of what you need to type in:
/nto/bin/fs-cifs -a //[computer name]:[220.127.116.11]:/[share name] /[mount directory] guest guest
replace the 111.1.11.... with the computer's IP address you are connecting to, and the other stuff as shown, and you're good to go... of course you have to have the share on your computer, with anonymous access enabled (or "everyone" in win2k)
I got it to work with a username/password other than guest, but I can't remember how... for some reason just using that username/password combo won't work... but it could have been something else too
here is what mine looks like:
/nto/bin/fs-cifs -a //theflophouse:192.168.0.13:/mp3s /mp3s guest guest
then when you boot up, just click on "windows share" in your bar, and it's mounted...
the rest of the stuff I don't know about for sure... I have gotten into trouble before by deleting things (I installed voyager, then decided I wanted to un-install.... don't do that)
I'm still having problems keeping my static IP address and gateway... everytime I boot, it resets itself
ATTENTION ALL AUDREY USERS, EVEN NON-NEWBIES
with jukebox-usb1, I've gotten a logitech USB optical mouse to work, and even more importantly, the mac optical mouse (the one button clear-plastic sucker....) it works awesome for the audrey!
nothing special is required to do this... sometimes it has to be plugged in when you boot up, but sometimes it doesnt...