[App_rpt-users] D2700MUD and Limey...

Randy Neals randy at neals.ca
Sun Oct 28 23:47:51 EDT 2012

Ok, next problem...

Limey works, and boots. Now working through the set up scripts.

I'm following the instructions in the support section...

In order to configure your server to allow the Portal to generate
configuration files for the server, you first must download a local
configuration shell script and execute it. Please do the following:

cd /tmp
curl -L https://allstarlink.org/config/portalconfig.sh -o foo.sh
sh foo.sh ; rm foo.sh

The Curl part works and downloads a file. I can see the file foo.sh in the
When I run the script... the second line.. I get an error

" foo.sh line 15 function not found"

I searched through the list to see if others have saw this, there are 3
posts relating to foo.sh, but no follow-ups/answers..

What to do now?


On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 7:37 PM, Randy Neals <randy at neals.ca> wrote:

> Problem solved! onward we go.
> Jim politely reminded me to use the correct limey image on the D2700MUD
> Mobo. :)
> (I was using he standard i686 image)
> For the benefit of others that are using teh D2700MUD Mobo here is the
> link.
> http://stats.allstarlink.org/limeylinux/downloads/cfimg-D2700MUD.tar.gz
> Ok, I'm now booted and going through the first-time config.
> Randy/W3RWN
> On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 6:57 PM, Randy Neals <randy at neals.ca> wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I received my parts this week and started building a node.
>> The parts I've acquired:
>> Intel D2700MUD Motherboard:
>> http://www.intel.com/cd/products/services/emea/eng/motherboards/desktop/D2700MUD/overview/487677.htm
>> ARK CS-Ci02 mini-itx case:
>> http://www.arktechinc.net/server-case/cs-ci02.html
>> Crucial 2GB SODIMM DDR3PC3 memory
>> The D2700 Motherboard has an embedded USB storage header on the
>> motherboard.
>> Rather than using a compact flash drive, I acquired some SanDisk 512MB
>> Embedded USB Flash storage devices. (Found on eBay)
>> Here's some documentation on that
>> http://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/M-Systems%20Inc%20PDFs/uSSD_5000_Manual_03.pdf
>> I downloaded the Limey Linux image, and used Physdiskwrite on my windows
>> pc to write the image to the USB Flash drive.
>> Inserted the USB flash drive on the header, and gave it a rip.
>> You'll find pictures of the case, mobo and flash drive here.
>> http://www.neals.ca/w3rwn
>> Ok, so it boots... loads kernel, makes a ram disk, and runs through a
>> long list of boot up things.
>> It mounts the root filesystem then seems to die.
>> VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) readonly on device 1:0
>> Freeing unused kernel memory: 292k freed
>> EXT2-fs warning: checktime reached, running e2fsck reccomended
>> There is no command prompt, so not sure what I should be doing next?  Doh!
>> I'm going to try a different boot image for linux, and check out the
>> hardware independently.
>> Thanks,
>> Randy
>> W3RWN (ex KI6TWT)
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