First, thanks to everyone who's been hacking away at getting linux running on these little boxes. It didn't take much to get it up and running.
a few questions (from using the midori buildkit):
Is anyone seeing cursor corruption with the hardware cursor? The software cursor works fine, so no big deal, but I hadn't seen it mentioned.
Has anyone successfully gotten a USB 80211.b device to work with encryption enabled? I potentially have access to a free compaq device, which I think is really a prism 2 on the inside.
Is there a way to shutdown this thing down via software?
Has anyone documented how to go from the midori source to a working image? after tweaking a bit of code and removing some troublesome packages (gdb) I was able to build the beta3, but haven't yet gotten to a working image. I can use the buildkits folks have provided but I'd like to understand the entire process.
Can I just drop in a new kernel package? The midori documentation mentions that substantial changes were made to the kernel source but doesn't say what those changes are. Anything relevant to the IA-1s?
And finally, is midori still being actively maintained? The last update was from a year ago, so I gather the answer is no.