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Description: LiveCD for the Efika 5K2. Download is as a torrent.
e17ka is a gentoo-linux liveimagesystem created to have an out-of-the-box system with some useful applications.
Version: 1 | File size: 10.65 Kb
Added on: 10-Mar-2007 | Downloads: 10639
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Description: CDGA2 Game LiveCD for the Pegasos II. Download is as a torrent.
Version: 2 | File size: 26.37 Kb
Added on: 18-Feb-2007 | Downloads: 10739
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I did my best to make this as useable as possible, but you maybe still have to configure some settings by yourself. For constructive (!) critics, suggestions for possible updates or similar please contact me under
Have much fun!
Marcel "Frostwork" Unbehaun
- a Pegasos2 with a RadeonXXXX
- for watching tv a bttv-compatible tv-card (almost every budget tv-card)
- some media files
Pegasos2, 512 MB, Radeon9000pro, CRT-monitor
Pegasos2, 256 MB, Radeon9200SE, TFT-monitor
- tv in/out
- tv recording
to boot the cd type:
boot cd freevo
in the OpenFirmware
To launch a mini-menu type:
boot cd hdfreevo
1) does the same as above command
2) boots into the hd-install script
3) is a template to boot the installed freevo from hd
(has to be adjusted by yourself so don't touch it until done :) )
The system needs a partition with at least 700MB. When you select option 2) from the above menu, the lousy hd-install script located under /scripts/hdinst.sh will be launched. It'll guide you through installation & reboot when finished. Now copy "freevo" & "hdfreevo" to your boot-partition and replace /dev/hdXX in "hdfreevo" (line 29) with the partition you just installed the system. Freevo should boot now completely from hd by selecting 3)
The tv-out settings are set to PAL per default, so if you plan to use your Radeon's tv-out feature in a NTSC-country, you'll have to replace the line
Option "TVOutput" "PAL"
in /cfg.tar.gz/xorg.cfg - device section with
Option "TVOutput" "NTSC"
TV-settings are set to "german" per default. If you can't use these settings you'll have to adjust following files within cfg.tar.gz:
Eventually you'll also have to delete/replace
I don't have internet on my peg yet, so I filled german channel-stations manually in /.freevo/local.conf & I hope tv_grab works for you somehow!
For detailed information about configuring freevo please read the original documentation.
The avis will be recorded to /root/media/movies per default. So when having started from live-cd it would make sense to mount an usb-device (must have a "movies" directory), otherwise you only record to ram...
They are expected in /media/movies/ on the cd or on "USB" (see USB for details)
They are expected in /media/music/ on the cd or on "USB" (see USB for details)
They are expected in /media/pix/ on the cd or on "USB" (see USB for details)
They are expected in /media/roms/"emulator-subdir" on the cd. Emulators seem to allow only one rom-dir in the freevo-config. If you want to play roms on usb-device you'll have to set the path in local_conf.py (line 454-465) to /root/media/roms/"emulator-subdir" Also make sure /roms/"emulator-subdir"/"gamerom" exists on your usb-device.
Snes9x doesn't have tv-out support.
I've included a little script which lets you choose to mount your USB-device from within freevo. It's located in
The usb-device will be mounted under /root/media per default Media files are expected here unter the same dir-structure as under the cd-path itself, so make sure you have "subdir"/"mediafile" on your stick. (f.e. /movies/movie.mpg )
Version: xmas 0.5 | File size: 230.87 MB
Added on: 20-Dec-2005 | Downloads: 3942 | Rating: 4.5 (2 Votes)
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Description: Aros-Live for PPC
I did my best to make this as usable as possible, but it's still far from complete. As of lack of time I probably won't be able to maintain this project, but you're of course free to do so. ATM (14.12.05) Aros under PPC only works with debug-mode enabled. You probably won't notice much regarding this, as it's anyways very faast.
to boot the cd type in OpenFirmware:
boot cd laros
to boot a menu type in OpenFirmware:
boot cd hdaros:
1) boots the cd (same as command above)
2) boots into hd-install script
3) template to boot the hdinstalled system
(don't use it if you haven't adjusted it to your aros-hd)
Hold "C" on power-on & it should boot into yaboot
You have several options for selecting your gfx-card I wish you all the best that it works for you, or that you can reconfigure it to make it work. I tested it on several macs, it worked with several but not with all...
- No idea which devices can be passed from linux to aros, so things may be turned off on the cd.
- Sound works at least with the ac97 onboard chip with pegasos2...
- Aros mighty crash when starting certain apps. Either this is wip/debug related or I didn't compile it correctly...
- in case you're dropped into terminal & a password is requested: password for root: "pass"
- the startscript (/scripts/aros.sh) defaults to 256MB RAM for Aros. If you don't like that remove "-m 256"
only tested on pegasos, as I've little (nearly no) knowledge about yaboot & friends... The install script (/scripts/hdinst.sh) maybe works with macs, too, but you'll have to adjust/install yaboot on your own (or type the boot-command in Firmware)
type in OF:
boot cd hdaros
& select option "2"
The hd-install-script will boot & you'll be guided through installation process... (it's far from being good, but it works...)
When this is finished you'll have to copy "laros" & opitionally "hdaros" to your boot-partition manually &, if copied, replace in "hdaros" option "3" line 29 /dev/hdXX with the partition you've just installed aros...
Version: xmas 0.5 | File size: 267.53 MB
Added on: 20-Dec-2005 | Downloads: 1871
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