RE: Bricked Sheevaplug
You can try to reflash uboot binary with openocd.
You need to keep reset switch while power up your plug.
You'll then have to send openocd reflash command in the next few seconds.
I'll try to give exact command and a ready to use config file later.
For now I'm still far from my computer...
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De: Andrew M.A. Cater <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Env: jeudi 9 février 2012 18:39
Objet: Re: Bricked Sheevaplug
On Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 05:45:03PM +0100, DrEagle wrote:
> It is really hard to brick a sheeva plug.
> You always can use usb console as jtag and flash a new uboot with openocd.
> I have not my notes with me to give more help for now.
> ----- Message d'origine -----
> De: Andrew M.A. Cater <email@example.com>
> Env: jeudi 9 février 2012 14:45
> À: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Objet: Bricked Sheevaplug
> Upated to lastest DENX U-boot and went to install Debian as per Martin's excellent instructions.
> Aborted the install part way through.
> Now can't get back into the plug via U-boot : screen /dev/ttyUSB0 115200 isn't working.
> Have one green light - serial plug, reset are facing you as the plug lies with mains on right had side, Ethernet on left: this is the right hand one of the two green LEDs opposite the SD card.
> There is Ethernet activity.
> Reset button has no apparent effect.
> Nmap doesn't show it at least at 192.168.1.0/24
> Any ideas?
> This is the third or fourth attempt: I've another working Sheevaplug installed last week, but without serial console to this one I can't get any further.
> All best
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This is precisely the problem: it is _NOT_ coming up with serial console and there's no obvious record of it on the network. I see some activity on hard reset from
blinking lights - but I can't get any further.
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