What did you mean about -
"I'm thinking a troubleshooting forum might be a good idea." ?
Opening a new forum for this? I was thinking that we can post Q&A on the forum itself, which includes troubleshooting, announcements etc...
I think this forum is a great idea. So far, the forum contributors have been great at trying to help each other. But some things seem to be just beyond our grasp - maybe with some contribution from knowledgeable Marvell or GlobalScale persons, the forum will be enough (by itself) to help users solve their Sheeva Plug issues.
Note that I do not at all demean the level of expertise represented by the contributors. But each person has their own set of issues / aspects that they are trying to solve. When problems align for multiple users, the combined brainpower seems to render a solution that applies to more than one user.
I personally am still struggling, and posts to several different forums in addition to this one have me no closer to a solution. I'm not complaining about Marvell, nor about GlobalScale. Just struggling. The PlugWiki has 'almost' enough docs to give a reasonably linux-experienced person enough to do things. But when unpredictable results occur, and the personal level of linux-experience is maxed out, it's frustrating.
This is a great product, with a huge amount of promise. I hope this support forum can grow and be robust to the point where most problems can be solved without relying too heavily on the professionals (at Marvell / GlobalScale.)
Just my .02