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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2009 12:40 pm 
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Hi there,

now - in the first time i'd my linkstation pro duo, I'd done a lot of with it but then it runs what I need for the time and all was good. Yet the harddisks made problems and I decide to change both harddisk with "green" ones and also to install a new distribution version (debian lenny). Here I was stopped, because a newer kernel then the buffalo one is required for using the new features.
I know - for more than 1 year, as i tried the orion development kernel, the duo boots but the gpio features for controlling the fan and leds are not working.
Has there something changed? Is this one -> http://buffalo.nas-central.org/index.ph ... ldid=14667 the current one? Is there maybe an way, get the stock kernel working?
So far possible, I could preparing stock kernel for duo because I'd serial access on my box.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 12, 2009 1:42 pm 
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Okay ... so far I can see, the Linkstation Pro Duo has the same hardware like the Linkstation Mini - now, I tried to compile an kernel, described [link=http://buffalo.nas-central.org/wiki/Buffalo_ARM9_Kernel_Port]here[/link] but the kernel doesn't boot. If u-boot has loaded the kernel and give the control to them, nothing happens. Any Idea, what could be wrong? Is use the arm 2007q3 compiler and had all done what are written in the compile instructions. (I use the marvell git sources)

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