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* WiFi is now supported by the kernel, as long as you have the right files in the root FS (specifically, the openfwwf firmware and the wifi management tools) -- I don't know which of the distributions support this, but we should highlight this fact. It makes this useful for a considerably larger audience.
-- [[User:Bushing|Bushing]] 12:29, 9 December 2009 (UTC)
== Kernel panic when booting ==
Using Linux I managed to unpack/untar all the appropriate files to their respective partitions, and load through HBC. However, when I go to boot, it crashes saying it was unable to mount anything on root, and gives me the good ol' kernel panic message. What is causing this?


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