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Re: Debian on Seagate Personal Cloud and Seagate NAS

* Jorge Gustavo Rocha <jgr@geomaster.pt> [2018-05-06 00:56]:
> I've followed the available instructions on:
> https://wiki.debian.org/InstallingDebianOn/Seagate/PersonalCloud
> 1) The tftp server is running and I'm able to get the files
> 2) I can access the U-Boot console with clunc and run the commands:
> But after the message:
> Starting kernel ...
> nothing more happens. I can't connect with ssh. I can't ping to the

So this happens when you try to boot the installer?

I'm not aware of any problems with that but I haven't tested it in a
while (and don't have hardware right now).  Simon, can you test if
works for you on the Personal Cloud?

> How can I check what is going wrong? Is there any log file where to look
> for errors?

Not at this point, I don't think so.

> Can I run netconsole or something similar to see what is going on?

That's not built into the kernel iirc.

I assume you can still connect to u-boot with clunc, right?

We have received some reports from users that they could no longer
connect to u-boot with clunc after installing Debian.  Simon Guinot
(the Seagate NAS expert) investigated this issue quite a bit and
couldn't find the cause.  I will add a warning about this to the wiki.
Your issue is different but I wanted to point this out here.

Martin Michlmayr

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