Ok, for those of you that have clippers, they have built in ethernet, which I'm assuming works OOB with the clippers. So, someone needs to transfer the BeOS pegasus driver to a clipper, and copy off a new image with this driver in it. This could be our key to getting BeIA on the IA1 working.
Yeah, and I host them. That's not the point of the message. I'd like someone with the actual clipper to copy the pegasus drivers onto it and THEN reimage so we can get the BeIA images with pegasus drivers, so we might have the possiblity of getting the regular IA-1's to use the network through BeIA.
I don't think that will help much. Chris3D said he transferred the pegagus driver over using the modem (remember the Clipper image does support the internal modem), and the driver wouldn't work. The driver is for BeOS R5, which BeIA is not. It's going to take a little more work than this in order to get network support going in BeIA..
I have put the pegasus drivers in the BE2.img and I have the lights activated on the adapter but I can't configure the adapter.
I am using a 3com 3C460B adapter.
I installed the drivers by booting to Dano 5.1 which has USB support.
Then I used dd to write the image to a 16mb CF card with a USB CF adapter, after that I mounted the disk and copied the drivers to the folders by hand according to the install script.
BeIA is built on BeOS 4.5 and the development environment runs in 5.0.3 (without BONE). Trying to use parts of Dano (5.1d0) may or may not work. This includes USB devices, which are not really supported in 5.0.3haiqu http://voip.ob-wan.com
How exactly did you get access to the insides of the be2.img to insert drivers? I'm a bit puzzled by the details of what you've done here. Do you have be2.img loaded on the internal IA-1 flash, and if so how do you then access the pegasus driver to install it?
Dano and PhOS both have usable USB stacks and support for cfs.
I can dd an image from Dano directly to the CF card in my USB flash card reader.
Then I can mount the flash card just like any other drive and drag and drop files all I want.
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