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Re: Disk LEDs on the SS4000e

mark@jumpingbean.co.za writes:

> Hi Arnaud,


>>> Does anyone know if the disk leds on the ss4000e are supposed to work
>>> with squeeze? Mine don't. Can't tell if the disks are busy synching or
>>> if the device is frozen as I can't ping or ssh. I remember with the
>>> original firmware it was unresponsive too but then the disk leds at
>>> least told you someone was home.
>> You may want to patch your kernel with theses patches :
>> http://git.rtp-net.org/?p=ss4000e.git;a=blob;f=f75111.patch;h=facac5f0850df161a51682a64c30aeca4a39f159;hb=HEAD
>> http://git.rtp-net.org/?p=ss4000e.git;a=blob;f=add_f75111_pdata.patch;h=108c4853a7f2b76ce76a2fbd5cb1f14d61d5beb5;hb=HEAD
> Has this been merged into as the tsl2550 driver? Would it be ok
> to download the latest kernel and just cross compile that?

the chipset used on the ss4000e is a Fintek f75111. I may be wrong but
afaik tsl2550 chipset is not similar to the f75111, so no this has not
been merged as tsl2550 driver in the 2.6.32.


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