Jun 6 2009, 11:02 PM
I just finished installing xDSL on my Xbox just a few minutes ago. I thought I would do the install like I would on my computers, using all the space available. Now I can't install Flash or Java. Says I don't have the room. Is it possible to resize it, or do I just need to delete everything for it, and reinstall? Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
Jun 6 2009, 11:22 PM
what type of install did you use? if you just copied the files over, then you have a frugal install, which is read only.
if you booted up XDSL then chose a type of hard drive install, either loopback aka FatX, or native.
explain your situation more.
Jun 6 2009, 11:34 PM
It's a loopback install.
Jun 7 2009, 01:39 AM
double check that your linuxboot.cfg points to your loopback file. it should be at E:\xdslfs or F:\xdslfs.
also, how much space did you let it have? i think that java needed like 200mb or something like that.
if all else fails, just try to install again.
Jun 7 2009, 02:11 AM
Well, I guess I'll just reinstall it. Anything special I need to know to reinstall?
Also, for my internet, I'm using an extra router as a wireless repeater for my connection. How, in xDSL, do I connect to it?
Jun 7 2009, 02:43 AM
if your going to reinstall, use as much filespace as you can. i use 2gb which is the max, but if you think about it, regular linux distros use 5-10gb for a fresh install. if you can, you should upgrade your hard drive.
as for the internet connection, i don't really understand you. for the xbox, as long as a cat-5 cable is plugged into the back, the xbox will connect to that line. so if internet is a problem, you need to tweak your router, not xdsl.
Jun 7 2009, 03:17 AM
Ok. I figured out I had bricked my router. Fixed it now, so I shouldn't have a problem. Thanks.
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