I ran through the Quick Start Guide, no problems.
Booting from the Linux SD card, and connecting via a console on debug UART,
I can get boot info and a prompt which works.
No network devices are running.
"ifconfig" returns nothing.
"/etc/rc.d/network start" starts lo, and says Warning: no IPADDR is set ....
No lights show on ENET0 when I connect a live ethernet connector.
It looks during boot as though it's expecting a network connection, tries to start an ssh server (which is what I want), inetd..
It does make some complaints about inet6, and a keyboard not being there (it isn't), and missing directories etc.
Booting from NAND flash ENET0 works, lights up, gets a dhcp address, fails to get a TFTP
(because I haven't set one up), so the Ethernet hardware is OK.
Is there any 'quick start' after the most basic one?