DockStar Development under Mac OS X
With MacFuse and fuse-ext you can have access to the ext2/3 files system of Linux (e.g. USB stick). Unfortunately it is mounted read-only. If you change a script "/System/Library/Filesystems/fuse-ext2.fs/fuse-ext2.util" it is possible to have write access, but it should be used with care.
in /System/Library/Filesystems/fuse-ext2.fs/fuse-ext2.util in start of function Mount () about line 207 There add "rw+" at the end: OPTIONS="auto_xattr,defer_permissions,rw+"
VirtualBox, Ubuntu 10.10
It is also possible to mount an USB stick in the VirtualBox (ver. 3.2.10) with Ubuntu (ver. 10.10). There are some things to take care about:
In parameter System dedicate only 1 CPU to the VirtualBox.
- There is a sequence to take care about:
Plugin USB stick while VirtualBox is OFF
Start VirtualBox, but not Ubuntu
In VirtualBox add the USB stick to the USB filter
- Unmount the USB stick in Mac OS X
- Start Ubuntu, it will auto mount the USB stick
Serial Link in Mac OS X (10.6.4/5)
In Mac OS it is also possible to connect to the serial link of the DockStar. Please see at Serial Link inMac OS X
It explains also about PUTTY and iTerm, screen and F9 and F10 function keys.
WinSCP Replacement Fugu
I found as a !WinSCP (Secure CoPy) replacement program Fugu Freeware.
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-- RudolfReuter 2010-11-26 17:51:07