Hi, I was wondering if there is any support for NSLU2 hardware
It’s a quite old device, but it still rocks
This is the reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSLU2
It had also OpenWRT support https://openwrt.org/toh/linksys/nslu2 and I was using it until some days ago, with a custom distribution named SlugOS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SlugOS
Unfortunately none of the above are still supported.
The CPU is an ARM-compatible Intel XScale IXP420 CPU, it has very few RAM and FLASH, but I was able to run SlugOS from an external USB hard drive.
Thanks in advance and Happy Easter
Well DietPi is not an own operating systems itself. DiePi is a set up scripts on top of a Debian OS base image. So you would need to have a standard Debian (like Armbian, Raspbian or a Debian minimal) running on your system and could try to install DietPi scrips afterwards.
Uhm, so this is probably the dead end.
Debian supported NSLU2 in Debian 9 https://www.cyrius.com/debian/nslu2/ so I can repack my NSLU2.