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Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 16, 2010, 06:24:39 PM

Continued from here.
Motivation to do this: Run X-dsl from a 32k FATX xbpartitioner partition. Also to support a native install to non-standard partition beyond F and G.

I was able to get X-dsl 0.7 to boot from a frugal install with the new 2.4.32 kernel. Here's a work-log of the changes made, I referred to an archive.org copy of the x-dsl documentation:

CODE

The Kernel

The 2.4.26 kernel used in Damn Small Linux (http://www.damnsmalllinux.org) has been replaced by a 2.4.31 kernel. This is a vanilla kernel from kernel.org with the latest xbox-linux patches (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xbox-linux/) and the knoppix 2.4 kernel patch (available in /usr/src on a knoppix cd). The kernel configuration is available at /boot/config-2.4.31-xbox when running X-DSL. The linux-wlan-ng, ndiswrapper and xbox lirc modules were then compiled against this kernel and are included in X-DSL.

In order to add the kernel the following was modified:

/lib/modules/2.4.26 (removed)
/boot/System.map-2.4.26 (removed)
/lib/modules/2.4.31-xbox (added)
/boot/System.map-2.4.31-xbox (added)
/boot/config-2.4.31-xbox (added)
/boot/System.map (updated to link to System.map-2.4.31-xbox)

The kernel modules in the /modules directory of the initial ramdisk also needed to be replaced with their updated versions


1. I used the kernel config grabbed from a running copy of x-dsl 0.7 /boot folder.
2. I compiled against this kernel (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xboxhdm2/files/LBA48/kernel.withsfs.tgz/download) with make oldconfig under Xebian 1.1.4 running in VirtualBox. Rename bzImage to linux24 to follow x-dsl naming convention in linuxboot.cfg
3. I compiled cloop module with cloop v2.00-1 (http://debian-knoppix.alioth.debian.org/sources/cloop_2.00-1.tar.gz).
4. Use cloop's extract_compressed_fs to extract KNOPPIX as an iso
5. mount KNOPPIX.iso and copy all files to a working folder.
6. Add amended System.map and 2.4.32-xbox modules to KNOPPIX working folder.
7. mkisofs piped to create_compressed_fs to remaster KNOPPIX.
8. Add cloop.o to minirt24.gz modules folder. minirt24 is an ext2 image.
9. Copy KNOPPIX, minirt24.gz and linux24 to KNOPPIX folder on xbox E drive. Already had linuxboot.cfg and default.xbe in place on E drive.
10. Execute xromwell's default.xbe. Select FATX on E.
11. x-dsl 0.7 boots to the familiar DSL desktop.
12. Quick test with firefox and a xshell. Ok.
13. Did a quick loopback install without errors.

Problems:
1. Sound is not working.
2. lirc is not working.
3. Probably many other things.

TO-DO:
1. Modify X-dsl native install script to install to any of the non-standard partitions beyond F and G. Co-existance of F and/or G along with linux partitions.
2. Fix the known problems.

My files can be found here (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xboxhdm2/files/X-DSL/X-DSL 0.71.zip/download). I will also update the kernel.config used to the same place.





Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 17, 2010, 06:42:35 AM

Problems:
1. Sound is not working.
2. lirc is not working.
3. Probably many other things.

TO-DO:
1. Modify X-dsl native install script to install to any of the non-standard partitions beyond F and G. Co-existance of F and/or G along with linux partitions.
2. Fix the known problems.

Sound worked until I installed ALSA. I was able to modify the native install to go to /dev/hda56 and swap to /dev/hda57. Verified with an manual mount the files are there. But cannot get xromwell to boot the native ext3 partition though  dry.gif




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 17, 2010, 07:30:50 AM

2. I compiled against this here (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xboxhdm2/files/LBA48/kernel.withsfs.tgz/download). I will also update the kernel.config used to the same place.

Missed one code change:

http://xbox-linux.cv...amp;view=markup (http://xbox-linux.cvs.sourceforge.net/viewvc/xbox-linux/kernel/fs/fatx/inode.c?revision=1.12&view=markup)

In fatx_parse_boot_block ( struct super_block *sb, struct buffer_head *bh )
CODE

sbi->cluster_size = CLUSTER_SIZE;
sbi->cluster_bits = 14;
sbi->data_start = sbi->dir_start + CLUSTER_SIZE;
PRINTK("FATX: root_dir_sectors:        %d\n",(int)CLUSTER_SIZE);


CLUSTER_SIZE replaced with b->cluster_size and cluster_bits value computed with an if/then/else: if 128 use 16 bits, else if 64 use 15 else use 14.




Edited by ldotsfan, 17 May 2010 - 03:31 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 17, 2010, 01:36:18 PM

Your the man.

I just grabbed and got an initial test. I can confirm it reads 64k. This was just a frugal install on E to see if it would read an F  formatted with 64k. It read its directories just fine.

Impressive




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 17, 2010, 09:24:42 PM

Further testing showed partitions of both 32k and 64k are functional. However something is messed up about the F drive code. G drive always reads ok but F drive is just lines. I have tested with 3 hdds. 1 2tb and 2 1.5tb's. Results were the same across the boards. The 2 1.5tb's have 32k on G drive and both work. The 2tb has 2 partitions with 64k and its g drive works.

Results are the same for frugal or loopback install.

I can run any configurations you want just let me know.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 18, 2010, 05:22:55 AM

Further testing showed partitions of both 32k and 64k are functional. However something is messed up about the F drive code. G drive always reads ok but F drive is just lines. I have tested with 3 hdds. 1 2tb and 2 1.5tb's. Results were the same across the boards. The 2 1.5tb's have 32k on G drive and both work. The 2tb has 2 partitions with 64k and its g drive works.

Results are the same for frugal or loopback install.

I can run any configurations you want just let me know.

I found Torne's diff patch for the partitioning from sourceforge archive of xbox linux mailing list and applied that to the kernel instead of my original hand patched version. Recompiled kernel has been uploaded to sourceforge.

Please report back as I'm not certain now if the issue is with Torne's partition code or my FATX changes. You can execute
CODE

cat /proc/partitions > part.txt

at the root console. This displays what the kernel has identified as partitions and their sizes.
CODE

dd if=/dev/hda of=pt bs=512 count=1
hexdump -C pt > pt.txt

This will create a textual representation of the partition table in the .txt files from sector 1 of the hdd.  Be careful with the dd syntax though as a typo wil be costly. Please reproduce the contents of the txt files here.

Just to clarify, when you mentioned "F drive is just lines", what did that mean? In the file manager or something else? How did you mount the drives?

My own tests were with F,G,H and I partitions. /dev/hda55 to /dev/hda58. Though not with 32k/64k cluster sizes as the hdd was of smaller size. I'm trying to isolate where the problem lies.

Thanks for your interest and patience.

PS: Also compiled ALSA kernel drivers and uploaded to the same folder in sourceforge.




Edited by ldotsfan, 18 May 2010 - 01:49 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 18, 2010, 12:06:48 PM

In dsl's file manager once the partition has been mounted when you enter the partition there is dotted lines where the files or folders names should be. Before your work on these patches the results were similar on the big partitions but it had garbled symbols instead of lines.

By the way some audio works I didn't mess with it much but I did install konqueror from the sarge repos and could hear the file managers noises when using it. However I tried playing a movie and there was no audio. I didn't really search for a solution but thought I would mention it anyway.

Are you wanting me to run those test on the build I have now or the one you just uploaded? I will assume both unless I hear from you 1st. I got a couple things to do today but should be able to mess with it a little later.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 19, 2010, 05:33:00 AM

Are you wanting me to run those test on the build I have now or the one you just uploaded? I will assume both unless I hear from you 1st. I got a couple things to do today but should be able to mess with it a little later.

Yes, will be great if you could test both versions. Thanks.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 19, 2010, 04:10:15 PM

Here is what showed up on the part.txt it made a pt.txt but it was blank. This is from a frugal install on the older build


major minor  #blocks  name

  3     0 1465138584 hda
  3    50    5000024 hda50
  3    51     512000 hda51
  3    52     768000 hda52
  3    53     768000 hda53
  3    54     768000 hda54
  3    55  934069424 hda55
  3    56  523252624 hda56


This is from a 1.5tb with g just under the 512g 32k barrier and the remainder on f which from memory is around 930g or so. The cluster sizes are not the problem as the problem is there on the 2tb 64k it reads its g as well just not its f even though the drive is split in half and each side is equal.

It is working. The lines are still there but once I scrolled to the bottom the 2 folders in that drives root directory were there. And in those two folders all files seemed to be there. I am going to run the two commands for the txt. This is the same on both builds


major minor  #blocks  name

  3     0 1465138584 hda
  3    50    5000024 hda50
  3    51     512000 hda51
  3    52     768000 hda52
  3    53     768000 hda53
  3    54     768000 hda54
  3    55  934069424 hda55
  3    56  523252624 hda56




Edited by run088, 20 May 2010 - 01:06 AM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 19, 2010, 07:51:54 PM

To clarify:
1. Is the output from build 1 or 2?
2. The partition sizes look alright and match what you described. But I am still a little concerned over the 'lines'.
3. Can you do a ls -R /mnt/hda55 from the console assuming F is mounted there? Do the lines appear?







Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 19, 2010, 08:05:46 PM

To clarify:
1. Is the output from build 1 or 2?
2. The partition sizes look alright and match what you described. But I am still a little concerned over the 'lines'.
3. Can you do a ls -R /mnt/hda55 from the console assuming F is mounted there? Do the lines appear?

I found out both builds work however the lines are still there. There are alot of them but if you scroll to the bottom of the directory the files and folders are there. So it is working. I just dont know why all the blank entries in the file manager "the lines where folder or file names should be when viewing f drive "hda55" "

Your code crashed a 128mg xbox twice. It flipped out flashing a few things on the screen  then locked the system up requiring a reboot. I tried the same code on hda56 and it reacted as it should scrolling threw its list of files.




Edited by run088, 20 May 2010 - 04:28 AM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 20, 2010, 02:20:17 AM

I found out both builds work however the lines are still there. There are alot of them but if you scroll to the bottom of the directory the files and folders are there. So it is working. I just dont know why all the blank entries in the file manager "the lines where folder or file names should be when viewing f drive "hda55" "

Your code crashed a 128mg xbox twice. It flipped out flashing a few things on the screen  then locked the system up requiring a reboot. I tried the same code on hda56 and it reacted as it should scrolling threw its list of files.

1. Are you saying X-dsl worked with 128Mb before my changes? I only found this post which had issues but no final solution.
2. Call me paranoid but I'm still worried about the lines. Best to mount the partition as readonly and to read and not write to the partition from Linux.
3. I guess we have to wait for reports from other users to see if they have similar issues with this.
4. Did you run the dd command as root? Strange to get an empty file.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: run088 on May 20, 2010, 11:10:45 AM

128mg always has worked for me on all distros. I read that thread and by the sounds of it they were having a problem with xbeboot not xromwell.  It looks like there issue is either tied to that xbe or xmugen itself. But I am thinking I have ran xmugen before on a 128mg xbox but I could be wrong. I will try to boot it up later on a 128mg and see if it has issues. But I have never had an issue with the 128mg xbox on linux from memory.


I did read into something in that post that got me thinking. They were talking about running different distros inside one xbox. They were talking about this when they were talking about xbeboot. They were talking about the differences in the way it loads compared to xromwell. At one point they even said the linuxboot.cfg was not needed.

This was new to me and made me realize going the other route might be more flexible. For instance I can only run one distro an xbox even if I run 2 hdds. I can run different builds of the distro but only 1 type. Meaning if the xbox runs xebian then all builds have to be xebian or if it runs xdsl then all builds have to be xdsl. I can not get two different layouts to be on the linuxboot.cfg it always crashes the kernel.

If I am reading into the thread correctly if I use xbeboot instead I would lose 128mg support but gain the ability to launch different distros bypassing the linuxboot.cfg entirely.

Or I may be off the mark entirely. That is just how it reads to me.

I copied that dd command exactly how it was printed on both builds it just came up empty.

The lines issue is workable but you are right to be concerned. I just hit the name tag when I enter that directory so the lines show up under the folders there.

It is weird to me because it is isolated to hda55. What is different between the code for hda55 and hda56?




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 21, 2010, 03:51:04 AM

I've a new kernel ready for testing, please see if it helps for the 128Mb problem. You mentioned it was previously good for all distros so I grabbed Gentoox's kernel patch (courtesy of Thomas Pedley who created/maintained Gentoox) for 2.4.37 from Gentoox repository and applied that to a vanilla 2.4.37 kernel tree, added in the squashfs2.2 patch, 32-64k fatx patch and Torne's partitioning patches and remastered KNOPPIX. Please grab it from here (http://sourceforge.net/projects/xboxhdm2/files/X-DSL/x-dsl-0.71.2.zip/download).

It shouldn't affect the FATX 'line' results though. Can you try this instead?
CODE

sudo su
dd if=/dev/hda of=pt bs=512 count=1
hexdump -C pt





Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 22, 2010, 08:28:04 AM

Gentoo patch is good for 2.4.37.9 as well, which is the current stable version for 2.4 as stated as kernel.org. Files are available at sourceforge and includes the partitioning and FATX patches.




Edited by ldotsfan, 22 May 2010 - 04:28 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Rygrass on June 05, 2010, 03:07:51 PM

Do you need to have a 128mb ram installed on your xbox for this to work also does this work on a softmodded xbox? I been trying to get version 0.5, 0.6 and now this version and its seems i cant get any of them to work.

I followed every tutorial on here and it seems none work for me. I get up to the stage of clicking Fatx then it says "Loading Kernal" thats as far as i get... i've left it for 30 minutes to see if does anything else and nope

all the files are in the right place.. Case sensitive.. tried default.xbe in different places ( Doesn't seem to matter where ) i guess i'm out of luck here\

Cheers




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Rygrass on June 07, 2010, 12:43:33 PM

Sorry for double post i can't edit the other for some reason.

I managed to get it going through Cd install. its seems quite cool one thing tho is the applications still got overscan ( I got the desktop to fit nicely tho ) once i get this fixed everything should be go biggrin.gif






Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: luther349 on June 20, 2010, 03:36:04 AM

its cool your working on dsl again but. dsl linux itsself is kinda dated i have been working on a lucid puppy 5.0 but i have ran into a wall with it using gcc4 and the 2.4 kernel not able to compile with it. puppy can run 2.4 teen pup uses it so i know it can be done.

i could easily port that being its devx file probably has 2.4 but its based on a very old version not even the 4x puppy series. and im trying to port 5x that uses the ubuntu repos as well as puppy's own.




Edited by luther349, 20 June 2010 - 11:39 AM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: NaiGuy on June 24, 2010, 09:23:37 PM

It would def def be nice to see puppy ported to xbox. we need more up to date distros on xbox. only one is GentooX i think and sadly thats really too balky for me with xbox distros need to be very lightweight and even then they might be slow. so far DSL is the fastest ive seen but its old and from what ive seen of it it does have a few issues.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: luther349 on June 25, 2010, 09:06:04 AM

i found the older debs hopefully i can install them on puppy. i haven't gotten to it yet however. yes the xbox does need a newer distro and i figure puppy would be the best. but its not easy to make a xbox distro theirs little info on how to actually do it. no guids at all on how to start from scratch no how to make the installer and so on.

and its also hard for me to test it on a real xbox being my xbox hardrive only works when it whats to. i did pull the key off it so i can replace it but i just haven't had the money.




Edited by luther349, 25 June 2010 - 05:08 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on June 25, 2010, 08:41:50 PM

Are you aware of this (http://www.xbox-linux.org/wiki/Making_a_Linux_distribution_Xbox_compatible_HOWTO)?

I will summarize the key differences the way I see it:
1. Bootloader. Cromwell/Xromwell vs Grub/LILO
2. Kernel. With xbox patches.
3. X Windows and driver.
4. Limited memory.
5. File system: FATX and partitioning scheme.






Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: luther349 on June 25, 2010, 09:40:40 PM

well if i can get a kernel compile to work in puppy at least i got 1 step down the other major one will be xorg hopefully the patches still work on a new ver. and lastly alsa.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Zebedee Rocks on February 02, 2011, 02:49:25 PM

How would one go about patching this kernel with one already installed natively?  

Thanks




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: laminatedkitten on February 07, 2011, 07:30:03 PM

I like the idea of having a 2.6 kernel on XDSL because of the extra USB hardware/wireless support. I have a 1.0 with Cromwell TSOP'd, and a western digital 80GB drive. FATX and the goofy split partition support are not important to me. I also got XF86 and XORG properly configured to fit both my LCD TVs, I can post the FBSET parameters that fit, as well as the X config file parameters if y'all would like to try them on your boxes. I like the way XDSL works, the way Gentoox looks, and the way the 2.6 kernel works. Is there a way to patch a 2.6 kernel into the already active XDSL 0.6? I have another XBox 1.0, identical HD and BIOS setup that I can screw around with if someone wants to collaberate with me on how to do this. My linux experience is rather small, limited to DSL on my old laptop a few years back, and my XBox. I can host any files needed on my server for us to share. If anyone wants to work together on this, let me know, and i'll put up a forum and a small FTP folder. Thanks in advance!




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: luther349 on February 08, 2011, 08:26:01 PM

alisa needs to be patched for sound to work. awesome to see some work to even if its only xdsl. 2.4 is are limit if you whant fatx support. as well as dated versions of alisa and xorg. why i had to drop work on puppy its fs was to new for 2.4 and would not boot under it.




Edited by luther349, 09 February 2011 - 05:31 AM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on March 29, 2012, 03:09:55 AM

Can I get some sense of whether there are any active users of this stuff? Sourceforge reported an average of less than 10 downloads of x-dsl-0.71.2.zip each month since Jan 2011.







Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: NobodyHere on April 18, 2012, 08:23:38 AM

Can I get some sense of whether there are any active users of this stuff? Sourceforge reported an average of less than 10 downloads of x-dsl-0.71.2.zip each month since Jan 2011.

Sorry, I haven't logged in here in a while.

If you were planning on doing more work on this, I'd be willing to give a reinstall a try. I had uninstalled a while back due to lack of proper controls like a Xbox mouse, and keyboard, or wireless ones for PC ssh. I suppose I could try the ssh from my desktop wired keyboard.

I think one of the reasons the download number may be lower than usual is that the Xbox linux info is so dispersed, and not organized. I'd bet that there are people downloading any number of the other X-DSL variations out there with no idea that yours is the most up to date.




Edited by NobodyHere, 18 April 2012 - 04:43 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: law56ker on April 18, 2012, 09:26:37 PM

I've seen this release on other xbox resource websites, so people could be downloading it from multiple places. I am interested in your project, and hope to see you continue, even if the audience for it, isn't enormous. smile.gif keep it up please.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on April 19, 2012, 08:37:02 AM

Only run088 reported back on the FATX changes.

x-dsl and xbox linux sites are both down - so this explains the dispersed information. It doesn't help that the pinned threads haven't been maintained for a long time.

I will have a go at this again when I find the time and users report back on their experience.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Cio on May 18, 2012, 06:26:42 PM

I'm glad to see some activity here (even if minimal) but I doubt I can be of much help.

Worse, even, all I have ATM are questions. The most important one being: Is it possible to install X-DSL without fatx partitions (no C/E/F/X/Y/Z drives)?

I realize I would have to figure out how to partition & format a harddrive from a live CD (Windows 7 on desktop) but before I dive into a few nights of Google searches to do that, could X-DSL even handle a dedicated drive? And is simply placing linuxboot.cfg in the root of my first partition enough to load it?

If it matters, my dvd drive still works, booting directly from cromwell 2.4, usb keybord/mouse can be attached. I've been looking for a simple install disk for X-DSL for a while, but they all seem to require booting via a XBE. Also, I recall only loopback installs being available via E or F drives.





Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 18, 2012, 08:24:06 PM

x-dsl's native install script (http://web.archive.org/web/20090523174502/http://x-dsl.org/wiki/Partitioning) and the  boot process details (http://web.archive.org/web/20081121045826/http://www.x-dsl.org/wiki/Boot_Process) should get you started.

Since you have cromwell flashed, things should be simpler. I was trying to rewrite the install script at one stage to make it friendly with the xbpartitioner style partition table but didn't get it working and gave up trying.

Good luck.




Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Cio on May 18, 2012, 10:07:02 PM

Thanks, but I guess Cromwell 2.40 cannot boot from non-fatx partitions other then CD-ROM and F. I'll need a properly updated Cromwell. Perhaps the GentooX Loader will help, or try and dig up 2.40-rc2.

Also, I'm too sleepy to turn the x-dsl-0.71.2.zip into a bootable dvd. After 2 coasters I used Xdsl0.7beta0.05.iso to test the partitioning/cromwell compatiblity. Would you like specific feedback on the installation process of 0.71.2 aswell, or is functional testing enough?





Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: Cio on May 19, 2012, 08:07:28 AM

I found that the native install script fails completely unless I pre-partition and format manually. Not at all a problem related to Cromwell. The info from the pages you linked was useful, but faulty. This is what worked for me.

*starting with a clean HD booting from X-DSL live CD "Xdsl0.7beta0.05.iso" using the partitioning page as source*
fidsk
N -> P -> 1 -> +256m -> T -> 82  (for swap, same as Partitioning page you linked)
N -> P -> 2 -> +2000m -> T -> 83 -> A -> 2 (for the native install. notice type/system setting!)
W for commit

mkswap /dev/hda1 (this seems to work)

mkfs claims to run on hda2, but has no effect. creating a 3rd partition shows mkfs will error on newly created partitions without a reboot (Can you reload partition tables manually? Probably, but rebooting was faster for me). The native install script doesn't see this and writes into hda2, but this data disappears.

After a reboot I continued:
mkfs - t ext3 /dev/hda2
fsck -f -y /dev/hda2

Now hda2 is properly formatted and I could start a native install from the DSL menu. Data is actually written to hda2 now. The script does not create a linuxboot.cfg file. I did not test to reboot without manually adding one, assuming it is required for Cromwell to boot from any location.

Thanks for the help so far ldotsfan! I'll try and get a bootable cd from your latest .zip then let you know if anything weird happens.




Edited by Cio, 19 May 2012 - 04:18 PM.


Title: X-dsl 0.7 Remake Based On New Kernel
Post by: ldotsfan on May 28, 2012, 05:57:59 AM

Any kind of feedback is good. The x-dsl archive also has the iso remastering details.