[debian-non-standard] USB-Stick not active after flashing
sm_debian at lokarabia.ath.cx
Thu Jun 26 20:58:41 CEST 2008
Am Mittwoch, den 25.06.2008, 21:19 +0300 schrieb Luci Stanescu:
> Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
> > 1. Power off the device, press the reset button, power on the device,
> > release the reset button
> > 2. On of the LEDs should blink
> > 3. The device will have the address 192.168.1.1 - can you ping it?
> > Obviously, you need an address in the same network if your computer is
> > connected directly with a cable (IP like 192.168.1.2)
> > 4. If you can ping it, you should be able to upload the firmware. I use:
> On my Asus WL500G Premium I've had a little bit of problem with this.
> First, the power led blinks slowly even if I release the reset button
> immediately. That won't work though. I have to keep it a few seconds
> (5-10 would do). Then, it seems this just doesn't work every time :-). I
> always did succeed on my second try though. I flashed it at least 20
> times until I got myself a 2.4 kernel running with debian. Works
> perfectly now, wireless too (well, a few minor issues, but only if I'm
> not careful ;-) ).
> Luci Stanescu
That sounds quite interesting. You wrote that you flashed it
times until you got it working. Have you had the same result
do(inactive USB port and stable power led)?
You said that the power LED is blinking faster. Maybe this is
to the Deluxe, but that only happens if I restart the router
switching power off. Also that's the only time I get something
transferred (if I'm fast enough). Maybe here is the point. Maybe
need to power it off and just need to restart to upload the
By the way would you send me your kernel version?
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