Manuel Kasper wrote:
> The kernel in the wrap images has fewer options/drivers in it (things
> that aren't needed on WRAP/ALIX) and is thus smaller. Also, the wrap
> image has some extra features (making the on-board button behave as a
> configuration reset button when pressed during boot; code to change sisX
> interface names to vrX if needed). I've been thinking about merging all
> the different images into one - which would sacrifice about 2.5 MB of
> RAM on the embedded platforms though.
Would it be possible for you to add a config option on the generic PC
one to enable the console via the serial port ?? or switch between vga
and serial ?
Sometimes we end up using generic PC hardware but don't want to use a
monitor and keyboard for the console menu.
Also is there a way you could offer the option for access to DSL routers
in PPPOE mode as on the wiki:
save having to hack the xml file ;-)