Pulling the images and opening them is kinda hard, there is a much easier way using cramfsck and packcramfs.
What I ended up doing was taking the CF Card out and putting it in my PCMCIA Card Reader on my laptop and copying the packcramfs utility and using packcramfs -x /dev/hdb3 0 /path/to/output.file
then transfered the output.file to my main system and used cramfsck -x outputfile /path/to/extract/to
/dev/xxx3 0 is the configuration directory
/dev/xxx4 1-7 are the different partitions and mount points for the /usr dir on the system. AOL, and other binaries are stored there.
If you could get a packcramfs -p /dev/xx1 or /dev/xxx2 to get an output (Show there is something there), and extract either of those directories, I would be quite greatful! I have been trying to get the first and second partitions
extracted and viewable for a month now with no success with this box.
If you need the file binaries (They seem to be multi-distro portible), let me know by E-Mail (Phantasm@observers.net) and I will send them over to ya.
Another thing is, I am trying to get a hold of the public release of the InstantAOL Client that goes on the boxes for sale, if you can send me the /usr/aol part of it I would be quite thankful as well!