I discovered following minor bugs with my WL-HDD and FW release 18.104.22.168-9. Sorry that I post to the wrong sub-forum, but I'm pretty sure, there is no way to get an answer in the WL-HDD sub-forum...
1. The RTC works with 22.214.171.124-9 on WL-HDD well, but I didn't found a way to eliminate following error message from the system log:
the battery is definitely OK and not faulty, 3,2 V measured
Mar 21 13:59:12 kernel: ***RTC BATTERY FAILURE***
2. The behaviour of the reset button has changed. I wanted to shut down my WL-HDD, but I couldn't. After pressing the reset button down and waiting a couple of seconds, till the power LED is off and releasing the button WL-HDD didn't go in OFF state - it made a restart!
P.S./EDIT: On my other device WL-500gP the behaviour of the reset button is different, but either not like described in the 126.96.36.199-6 (last change of the reset behaviour) release note
the power LED starts to blink immediately (approx. 1 sec) after pressing the reset button down. Of course I didn't want to set my device to default, so I waited several seconds till the power LED stopped blinking. There was no way to shut down the device with the reset button.
Restore to defaults/shutdown are now called using RESTORE/RESET button as follows:
first 3 seconds - power LED on: release button to do nothing
next 5 seconds - power LED off: release button to "shutdown"
next 5 seconds - power LED blinking: release button to reset to defaults
P.P.S./EDIT2: ok, I must be blind, have not seen "Disabled "power off" for all units except WL-HDD" statement in the 188.8.131.52-7g release note. So please forget the WL-500gP issue, but WL-HDD does definitely restart instead of shut down.
That's just my feedback to the new FW release.
Last edited by akbor; 21-03-2008 at 13:57.
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