Notes on setting up CB on a DreamPlug, http://www.globalscaletechnologies.com/t-dreamplugdetails.aspx
I ordered a JTAG connector to go with it, but so far I haven't needed it because I do everything over SSH.
To start I just plugged the computer's Ethernet into the LAN, and plugged in the computer. It booted up all by itself.
The DreamPlug will get an IP address from DHCP by default. I looked at my router configuration to figure out what that IP address was, and ssh'd into it:
The default password is
DNS was broken on my installation due to an IP address conflict with the built-in WiFi. To disable the built-in WiFi, I commented out the last line in /etc/rc.local:
The APT sources list is broken, so you need to fix it. Comment out the last line in /etc/apt/sources.list
# deb http://10.82.108.51/kedars/sheevaplug_wifi/builds/packages/ binary/
A couple of packages are out of date and will cause errors, so you need to upgrade them first:
# apt-get update # apt-get install debian-keyring-archive man-db
Next you can upgrade the system to use the latest packages. For some reason there is some package cruft on the default installation, so you should do an autoremove before a dist-upgrade
# apt-get autoremove # apt-get dist-upgrade
This takes a little while, so go make yourself some coffee. Next I installed Erlang and rsync:
# apt-get install erlang-base erlang-inets rsync
Next, from another machine, I copied over a (compiled) CB folder and application:
$ rsync -ave ssh ChicagoBoss-0.7.3/ 192.168.1.117:ChicagoBoss-0.7.3 $ rsync -ave ssh cb_test/ 192.168.1.117:cb_test
Back at the DreamPlug, start the server and cross your fingers!
$ cd cb_test $ ./init.sh start
With a basic "Hello, world!" test using ab I get about 130 requests/second.