I’m not sure if this is really a “bug”, but this seems like the best place for this issue.
I’m trying to run ZeroShell on a Neoware Thin-PC terminal. It has a VIA chipset with a VIA C3 CPU (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VIA_C3). It runs m0n0wall and pfSense just fine, granted those are BSD-based.
Basically, any executable that is on the /cdrom partition causes “Illegal Instruction” when trying to run it. So I can’t start openSSH, Apache, the DNS server, etc…
The only difference I can see is that binaries on the / partition are compiled for GNU/Linux 2.0.x and binaries on the /cdrom partition are compiled for GNU/Linux 2.6.x.
Is there anyway to fix this problem or is there an older version of ZeroShell I can run to get around this issue?