I've used the search button and have read all the posts dealing with this and I was want to know if I have the ETHERNET VERSION of the Gateway Touch Pad or the HPNA version because the posts aren't totally clear in my opinion. There's one wire connected to the 56k jack it looks like.
I have a pic. of my Gateway Touch Pad. Could someone just tell me if it's the ethernet version.
and if so how do I get it to go online with lee's midori image.(maybe a step by step)I'm sucha newb.
Ethernet version. easiest way to tell without knowing the particular chips is that the HPNA has a little cable like the modem which is connected to that second mini conenctor on the mainboard. The HPNA mini pci actually has a software modem in it too but the flavor of AOL didn't support the winmodem so they just used it's HPNA function; technically the HPNA version has two modems.
Can't help ya with Midori image, but I'm sure it's around.
If your intent to use to CF for running a operating system, I would recommend picking up a IDE/CF drive; they are fairly cheap ($20) and they take a lot of the headache out of putting a bootable image on the CF. The USB CF readers are useful for copying file to the CF but to interact with the boot sectors you need a IDE CF reader.
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