My neighbour told me that something has (finally!) arrived from Hong Kong. I may be the newer LCD A320 or the Gemei x760+. I'm living in a different place this month (you know: wife and kids, holidays, beach...), and won't be able to pick it up until next week.
I've just fixed the ethernet over usb. Next kernel/rootfs release will communicate only via ethernet: telnet for console (developers) and FTP for file transfer. This is how it works:
- A320 boots, sets up the usb0 interface (192.168.110.2) and launches DHCP, telnet and FTP daemons. The default gateway is set to 192.168.110.1.
- PC detects a new USB ethernet adapter plugged and gets an address via DHCP. It is assigned 192.168.110.1 by the DHCP server in the A320.
- Since the PC is the default gateway, if you configure routing you can get internet access from the A320.
I've included all the SDL stuff except SGE, because it doesn't use autotools and the included makefile is not cross-compile ready. I could not compile Allegro either: looks like it's too bound to i386 architectures. If you can port it, I'll be glad to include it in the next kernel/rootfs release.