I prefered to install all in chroot because of the warranty..
You could boot into Debian or whatever from an USB stick/disk, using a 'reloaded
' kernel module, without touching the firmware.
BTW, you are invited to write an article about chrooting (what?) in the wiki
Ya i know reloaded but the kernel flashed on the iconnect is good enought to run what i need.. I chroot a debian sid distro (created with two stages on another computer)..
Now i'm trying to make a umts usb key work and use the wifi as a ap.. When and if it works i gonna write something for sure!