I've tried in every way I know without success. The issues seem to be:
1 - The pegasus driver is written for BeOS 5, while BeIA seems to be based on version 4 or 4.5 (judging by the about box, or maybe it's a beyond-5 version, I just don't know.)
2 - BeIA uses some sort of compressing file system. I've actually zipped and FTP'd the entire BeIA image to my web site, downloaded it and extracted it to a BeOS 5 install. Unfortunately, the files are completely unrecognized - programs won't run, addons aren't detected, etc. This fact makes trying to graft the BeOS 5 (pegasus driver-compatible) net server onto BeIA impossible.
The only hope, as far as I can see, is to find a leaked full version of the BeIA development kit. There is one floating around, but it seems to be more of a demo or preview than the full kit - it doesn't seem capable of building the final BeIA image. As far as the BeOS in general, I do have a version with support for the built-in audio, but the memory it requires leaves so little left that the system is pretty unstable - a single browser window viewing a moderately complex page (cnn.com, for example) is enough to consume all available memory. And when that happens, it either locks up, the browser quits or the OS is thrown into kernel debug mode. If anyone has the BeOS R3, 4 or 4.5 CD, please e-mail me. One option is to try to configure an image based on an earlier version. R5 really added a lot of media-specific stuff - things that are almost completely useless on these IA-1's. Unfortunately, I threw out my old CD's once I upgraded to R5 and so have not been able to try this.
BTW, I apologize to anyone who's e-mailed me about the BeOS image and hasn't received a reply. I was busy with work for the past few weeks and have only been able to get back to fiddling with the IA-1 this weekend.