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    New Kamikaze 7.09 image

    Over the last few days I created a new kamikaze 7.09 Image.
    It is able to boot off the hdd and boot off usb

    http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?q=node/146
    Last edited by back2basic; 22-10-2007 at 17:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by back2basic View Post
    Over the last few days I created a new kamikaze 7.09 Image.
    It is able to boot off the hdd and boot off usb

    http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?q=node/146
    What about problem with boot properly when the power cord has been removed for several hours?

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    gonne test it tommorrow

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    Here is my shutdown and after 15 min my boot.

    I created a new image that waits another 5 sec more than the old before it checks to boot because I noticed that it takes about 11/12 sec to let the disc spinnup. the timer on the old images where 10 sec now its 15 sec before it boots..
    Last edited by back2basic; 25-10-2007 at 17:31.

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    Quote Originally Posted by back2basic View Post
    Here is my shutdown and after 15 min my boot.

    I created a new image that waits another 5 sec more than the old before it checks to boot because I noticed that it takes about 11/12 sec to let the disc spinnup. the timer on the old images where 10 sec now its 15 sec before it boots..
    I can't see the movies
    But i should to know - it works(boot) without problems or now?

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    Try your new FW from http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?...es/kam7.09.trx

    after flashing my router as usual(http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?q=node/146) on first booting the ready light just flashing and can't stop, i don't know why, i thing my HDD didn't spin down well and now i have that problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by bado View Post
    Try your new FW from http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?...es/kam7.09.trx

    after flashing my router as usual(http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?q=node/146) on first booting the ready light just flashing and can't stop, i don't know why, i thing my HDD didn't spin down well and now i have that problem
    When the ready light keps flashing after the box is booted for the first time
    Hold down the ez setup button and push the reset button, now let the ready light blink 1 time and then let go off the ez setup button ( Now the firmware is being rebuild and its boots when ready)

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    Quote Originally Posted by back2basic View Post
    When the ready light keps flashing after the box is booted for the first time
    Hold down the ez setup button and push the reset button, now let the ready light blink 1 time and then let go off the ez setup button ( Now the firmware is being rebuild and its boots when ready)

    OK! i've done it and it's start to boot, but! with problems
    The power button light - ok, ready light - ok, and nothing! no ping no something else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bado View Post
    OK! i've done it and it's start to boot, but! with problems
    The power button light - ok, ready light - ok, and nothing! no ping no something else!
    During the firstboot the ready light does on during boot and goes off when its ready booting
    When you're light stays on, I think the box try to boot from hdd ot usb

    Please boot another working kamikaze image and then 'nvram unset boot_dev' and 'nvram commit' then flash my image again.

    Everytime you install a new image you have to unset this value!!!!

    after root is changed to usb or hdd the leds changed: ready goes on on power then blinks on boot en goes on when ready with boot

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    Quote Originally Posted by back2basic View Post
    Over the last few days I created a new kamikaze 7.09 Image.
    It is able to boot off the hdd and boot off usb

    http://wl700g.homelinux.net/drupal/?q=node/146
    I installed the kam7.09 image. It seems to be running well enough and stable.

    However, one thig I did notice: when I run top, it reports that over 90% CPU is occupied all of the time, oscillating between the following two tasks:

    Code:
     9695 root     R        516  9689 97.4  0.8 hotplug-call
    Code:
     9705 root     R        528   622 97.8  0.8 default.script
    This doesn't seem right to me. Any ideas?

    When I run htop, it tells me that the default.script is related to udhcpc.

    I suspect that someone might be trying to "appropriate" some of my wireless bandwidth.
    Last edited by hal2k1; 29-10-2007 at 03:48.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hal2k1 View Post
    I installed the kam7.09 image. .
    Another thing I noticed:
    Code:
    Oct 29 20:18:28 (none) lpr.notice p9100d[9365]: Connection from 192.168.1.36 port 4355 accepted
    Oct 29 20:18:28 (none) lpr.err p9100d[9365]: /dev/usb/lp0: No such file or directory
    Oct 29 20:18:30 (none) lpr.notice p9100d[9365]: Finished job: 379372 bytes received, 0 bytes sent
    The USB ports don't seem to be working, and the connected USB printer is not seen. This means that it does not work as a print server any more.

    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:/# ls /dev/usb/
    root@OpenWrt:/# ls /dev/
    console   full      kmem      mtd       nvram     ptmx      random    shm       urandom
    cua       gpio      log       mtdblock  port      pts       root      tts       usb
    discs     ide       mem       null      ppp       pty       scsi      tty       zero
    Having said that, Samba 3.0 is better than previous OpenWrt offerings for Samba.

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    did you installed the ipkg for usb printer (kmod-usb-printer)
    whem my box is idle the top looks like this

    Code:
    Mem: 61644K used, 1284K free, 0K shrd, 25340K buff, 18396K cached
    Load average: 0.00 0.00 0.00
      PID USER     STATUS   RSS  PPID %CPU %MEM COMMAND
    16205 root     R        436 16202  1.1  0.6 top
    16201 root     S        564   562  0.1  0.8 dropbear
      669 root     S       5712     1  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      738 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      733 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      737 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      735 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      734 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      674 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      684 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      670 root     S       5712   669  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      671 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      672 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      673 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      732 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      742 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      740 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      675 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      676 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      743 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
      739 root     S       5712   670  0.0  9.0 SABnzbd.py
    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:~# uptime
     12:52:24 up 20:38, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00

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    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:~# logread -f
    Oct 29 12:56:34 (none) user.info kernel: hub.c: new USB device 01:03.1-1, assigned address 2
    Oct 29 12:56:34 (none) user.warn kernel: usb.c: USB device 2 (vend/prod 0x4b8/0x5) is not claimed by any active driver.
    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install kmod-usb-printer
    Installing kmod-usb-printer (2.4.34-brcm-1) to root...
    Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/7.09/brcm-2.4/packages/./kmod-usb-printer_2.4.34-brcm-1_mipsel.ipk
    Configuring kmod-usb-printer
    Done.
    Code:
    root@OpenWrt:~# logread -f
    Oct 29 12:57:47 (none) user.info kernel: hub.c: new USB device 01:03.1-1, assigned address 3
    Oct 29 12:57:47 (none) user.info kernel: printer.c: usblp0: USB Bidirectional printer dev 3 if 0 alt 0 proto 2 vid 0x04B8 pid 0x0005
    I think it should work

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    back2basic: Could you upload the image with the longer boottime, so we can get to mount our harddrives?

    Thanks in advance
    /regards
    Henrik

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00ben View Post
    back2basic: Could you upload the image with the longer boottime, so we can get to mount our harddrives?

    Thanks in advance
    the last one I tryed kept flashing so wasn't working at all. Gonne dig in that image tommorrow, for today I build ourself a nice little portal on

    http://wl700g.homelinux.net/portal

    its to display the tutorials in a more clear way for beginning linux guys

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