This is the third part of the integration how-to. As an exercise, you can use the google search integrated in this blog to find the others. Just kidding, here is the list:
- Seamless integration Google Search into Lifetype (Part 1 -- Introduction)
- Register at google a Custom Search Engine (Part 2)
- Edit the template for the search results (Part 3, this one)
- Edit the .htaccess for an additional ReWriteRule. (Part 4)
Because of personal experience, it is good to test a kernel prior flashing it: It ould happen, that the Thecus won't boot with a new kernel. I learned this the hard way.
But how to test it? The trick is, to the kernel into RAM and
execute it from there.
This howto will show all the steps necessary to testdrive a kernel.
By the way, these instructions are also good for other uses: For example,
if you need a recovery/rescue system, (the debian installer is fine for that purpose.)
- if you prefer to run the debian installer from RAM, (for tests, or if you don't wan't to reflash your current firmware)
- if you want to uninstall debian and revert to the original firmware.
- have a backup-kernel handy. ("Known-Good-Kernel")
Best of all, this is done completely in RAM. So just "pull the plug" to revert to the old state.