Re: 2nd try: Thermaltake Muse NAS-RAID (N0001LN) - IOP architecture - HELP requested
So, basically, I must stop the startup sequence at a point where I can
gain access to the Redboot prompt.
Then issue the commands you suggested, right?
1. where do I find/how can I generate such a kernel?
2. what happens to my device after doing this test? Will it revert to
normal after a power-cycle or do those command overwrite the
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Arnaud Patard
> Mello <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Hi Arnaud and all,
>> sorry for the long wait but I've been traveling (for work).
>> Please find attached the requested data. I believe I've taken the
>> entire boot log.
>> Also I've run a few commands to explore /proc filesystem.
> From what I can see from the 2 files, your nas looks very similar to the
> ep80219 board from intel (bootloader & pci informations). From a quick
> look, I only see e100 device replaced with a e1000. I can't be sure
> about the crystal frequency (33.3MHz vs 30MHz) but that should not
> prevent things to boot.
> You can try booting a kernel with ep80219 support and looks what's
> happening. Unfortunately, you can't use debian iop32x kernel packages as
> iirc, they don't have the iq31244 option enabled.
> Please, note that you'll have to add 'force_ep80219' on the kernel command
> line. For instance :
> fis load ramdisk.gz
> <redboot command to load your kernel at 0x01008000>
> exec -c "console=ttyS0,115200 rw root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc initrd=0xa1800000,8M mem=256M@0xa0000000 force_ep80219"