So far all I have seen is information posted, no answers. The information posted is nice and gives hope but in response to getting the webpal to boot linux all I saw was information no real helpful way to get it up and running. I have cut pin 11 on U2 how can we boot and flash the sandisk? if not how can we bypass it to boot to flash or boot another OS? This device is fairly simple and we have bought a number of them and will be attempting to mod them over the next 72 hours. Any information anyone has or ideas that can be tried to mod and get these up and running is appreciated we will also post the results of our attempts to this section to keep you all posted. It appears the OS and Bios all reside on the Sandisk, if this is true then we need to come up with an alternative bios to boot from that we can load from another location or device. You can email us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply. Thanks and happy hacking.
The problem is that most of us are in the same situation right now that you are. To the best of my knowledge, codeman is the only person to have successfully booted in linux on one of these things, and he hasn't provided a large amount of detail yet as to how he suceeded at it. Right now, we know this much: Linux can be booted on a webpal if you burn a custom kernel image into the flash memory using a homemade adapter and an eeprom burner. So while we wait to find out if codeman has had any new revelations with these things, there's an effort going on towards finding another way to do it.
i-opener opener laptop notebook computer help
drivers dll free windows dos repair fix linux mac macintosh 2000 95 98 nt pc
configure hardware software sound video netscape explorer network networking
lan wan software cmos fat bios printer card mouse modem ide scsi cd rom
controllers scanner tape hard drive cgi scripts source code mp3