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    Where it says "file system ok" it already has said twice that the file system needed checking. Is that the linux alternative for Microsofts scandisk?

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    Hmmm

    Under linux the File system driver says the partition needs checking after a couple of time even if no error was detekted, i think they use that system as its the usual linux way to determine if a check is needet. so, dont mind if he says something it can be just a fault-warning.
    I dont know why they use ext2 fileystem, this is quite alergic in case of a power-off while write. ext3 would be better.

    Linux uses e2fsck for integrity checks, yep thats like scandisk.

    Please, could you try again the "dmesg" ??
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    Tried dmesg again, no crash this time but still no output.

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    Ok, since Oleg is not here ...
    "cat /dev/mtd/1 > /tmp/harddisk/part1/flash.bin"
    Should give you after some secounds of waiting a file flash.bin on the first partition where you can download it, including the file system and stuff. can you try ? Maybe asus stock firmware has no dmesg, so this is not working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WlanMan
    Ok, since Oleg is not here ...
    "cat /dev/mtd/1 > /tmp/harddisk/part1/flash.bin"
    Should give you after some secounds of waiting a file flash.bin on the first partition where you can download it, including the file system and stuff. can you try ? Maybe asus stock firmware has no dmesg, so this is not working.
    Read carefully! Surrounding brackets are very important! Otherwise it will not work!

    Code:
    (cat /dev/mtd/1 > /tmp/harddisk/part1/flash.bin)
    seems it's running 1.8.x.x series firmware...

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    If I download the firmware, I assume this will not include my passwords and wep settings?

    And has anyone else bought this thing or will I be the only one on the forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat
    If I download the firmware, I assume this will not include my passwords and wep settings?
    Yes, these settings are stored separately - don't worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat
    If I download the firmware, I assume this will not include my passwords and wep settings?

    And has anyone else bought this thing or will I be the only one on the forum?
    i've bought it too, but didn't receive it yet from my distributor

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    Hi,
    Quote Originally Posted by copycat
    ...I also have a weird problem with the config. When I launch the asus config utility it finds the hdd (but only when it's wired). This should open the browser based config, but that webpage is closed within 1 second?.
    same to me. You have to create a rule for the Popupblocker..in my case for the IE6/XP Pro+SP2.

    I bought the WL-HDD today, but have no 2,5" HD at the moment to build in ;-)
    Is there a custumized Firmware to login via telnet (the backdoor works) and is it possible to mount a USB-Stick directly? I woud like to act the WL-HDD beside the WL-Functions, as a NFS-Server (nfsv3) over LAN to record from a german 'DBox' (DVB-Receiver with Linux and ethernet). Do you think that's possible?

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    Last edited by petgun; 24-09-2004 at 22:05.

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    Stay on topic please, for questions you can open a seperate topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styno
    Stay on topic please, for questions you can open a seperate topic.
    ..sorry, but i also answerd the question from copycat.

    cu,
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