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1  Linux Stuff / General Linux questions / Re: Guide to getting up and running with Debian on: February 24, 2010, 10:58:55 AM
Appears as like if missing words in your guide

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1. Download and unpack the Sheevaplug Installer package (I am assuming you are on the same ubuntu box that was mentioned earlier)
2. Find a 256MB or bigger flash drive, and format it to FAT16 or FAT32.
3. Copy the contents of the “installer” sub-folder of the newly created “sheevaplug-installer-v1.0″ folder to the flash drive. Once again, just copy the contents of that subfolder, NOT the entire subfolder.
4. On the
5. Go here to find the link to download mgillespie’s pre-packaged Debian Squeeze rootfs.tar.gz file. The forum post has a link to a mediafire page. Click the Debian-Squeeze folder and then click the rootfs.tar.gz file to download it.
6. Take the newly downloaded rootfs.tar.gz file........

4. On the....  ¿? what else? Undecided only appears that. Maybe you erase accidentally the rest of text?
2  Hardware and U-Boot firmware / Hardware / 110 or 220 VAC US Version? on: February 23, 2010, 05:25:17 PM
Hi all!

I'm a newbie in plug computer, and new in this forum.

I've just received my Plug computer. I'm very excited... BUT!! I have a great doubt.

The model that I have says that power supply is 110 - 220 VAC 50 Hz, and it have a fixed US connector, it not comes with a power cord adaptor... what power supply must I use? I live in Chile - Sudamerica, the power grid here is 220/230 VAC 50 Hz, and wall sockets are three holes in a row. About all electronic devices are compatible with US standard, only replacing the US connector.

Can I connect the Plug computer directly to wall socket?, but I afraid that if the plug uses 110 VAC, then it will be fried  Grin. I don't want my Plug computer to explode  Undecided

I must to connect it to a power adaptor from 220 to 110 VAC ?

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
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