I added these lines of code for safety. If you boot your LS and find that you can not access it then hitting the red reset button on the rear of the box will run this script. The removes remove bootup flag files and force a reboot. This would then put the box into EM mode automatically then allowing telnet access.
Hi ! I'm running Freelink on a KuroBox-PRO and it seems that the script doesn't work.
When I press the initsw, it does not run the script....
And when I manually run the script, it removes the specified files and reboots the stations...
BUT... it doesn't enter EM mode !
by the way... I suceeded to update my SDA2 partition to ext3 by putting the drive into my computer to make the changes... but I NEVER was able to boot EM-mode on my Kurobox...
I tried :
- removing the hddrootmode file,
- mv rootfs_ok rootfs_booting & echo '****' > rootfs_booting
- starting the box, waiting 20 secs, then turning it off, 5 times (just to make sure)
it always boots the system on /dev/hda2
is there something I'm missing ?
I installed freelink from a blank new KuroBox, putting those files in the SMB share mtd_device :
- ChangeMeDevHDD (0 octets)
- ChangeMyUbootEnv (0 octets)
- uImage.buffalo (1.736.436 octets, 08fev07 10:10:34, from the provided CD)
- hddrootfs.tar.gz (the one provided in the wiki)
Kurobox-Pro / Debian Squeeze
/ Kernel 2.6.32-trunk-orion5x