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Revision as of 05:10, 30 July 2006 by 18.104.22.168
- General Articles about the LinkStation
- These articles apply to all of the three different kinds of LinkStations (HD-HLAN PPC, HD-HLAN MIPS and HD-HGLAN PPC).
- LS Hardware and Software information: Information about the hardware versions, CPUs, etc.
- Frequently Asked Questions like:
- General Frequently Asked Questions
- Frequently asked questions about the LinkStationWiki Site & Projects
- LinkStationWiki Legal Disclaimers
Rescue, Backups, etc.
- Articles pertaining to how to back-up or recover data from a corrupted LinkStation Such as:<DPL>category=Rescue-Backup</DPL>
Kernel & Driver Software
- Articles about Kernel Development and the 2.6 version Kernel such as:<DPL>category=Kernel</DPL>
Debian specific articles
- Articles relating to Applications and Software for the LinkStation such as:<DPL>category=Software</DPL>
Software Development and Deployment
- Development related tools and projects for the LinkStation such as:<DPL>category=Development</DPL>
- Various articles on the Itsy Package Management SystemSuch as: <DPL>category=Ipkg</DPL>
Server and Media
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Hardware-agnostic LinkStation Articles
The following articles apply to all of the different kinds of LinkStation variants
- HD-HLAN PPC (LS1)
- HD-HLAN MIPSEL (LS2)
- HD-HGLAN PowerPC (HG)
- HomeServer-DGL PowerPC (HS)
- Kuro Box
- Linkstation Variants
LS Hardware & Hardware Configuration
- Articles pertaining to Linkstation Hardware, and Diagnostics such as:
- How to easily disassemble the LinkStation.
- How to upgrade (or replace) the existing LinkStation hard drive.
- Solve the LinkStation's problematic clock drift.
- Performance tuning the network controller (MTU change from 1500 to 1492).
- Performance tuning the LinkStation hard drive.
- Automatically boot the LinkStation when main power is applied.
- Basic LS Hardware and Software information
Firmware Updates, Hacking, "Opening"
- Articles related to "Opening" the LinkStation to being hacked by either Firmware updates or actually opening the box such as:<DPL>category=Hacking</DPL>
- Articles pertaining to USB devices and the USB interface such as:<DPL>category=USB</DPL>