The problem is that my GameCube cannot seem to access it. It tries a couple of UDP ports, then claims it mounted the root file system as readonly. Then it just kind of dies. It responds to ping, but I can't SSH in (connection refused), or do much of anything, as it claims it can't spawn a console.
Now, what I am currently thinking is that there's a bug of some sort in the dol. My subnet is 192.168.2.0, rather than 192.168.0.0, so I changed the numbers with a hex editor, and they seem to be responding properly, according to the GameCube's boot sequence. I am very very reluctant to change my subnet, as this one is set up just the way I like it.
So my question here is if anyone has ever got it working... and if so, can you please post what it says after IP-Config?
I am also reluctant to use the gbd version, as NFS seems like the proper tool for the job. But I might try that tomorrow anyway. But in the meantime... help would be much appreciated. I'm going quite insane.
EDIT: Nevermind, it's working. I'm a dumbass. Basically, I hadn't untarred the root filesystem as root. I did it again, and it works fine now. (I just need to figure out how to get my keyboard working, and I gather there's a kernel patch for that.)
Edited by Grey, 07 June 2006 - 10:40 AM.