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toh:asus:wlhdd2.5 [2012/11/08 16:51]
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===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
-See  [[doc:howto:installing|Installing OpenWrt]]. Using the tftp-method is described there: [[oldwiki:OpenWrtDocs:Hardware:Asus:Flashing|Asus Flashing]].+See  [[doc/howto/generic.flashing|Installing OpenWrt (generic)]]. Using the tftp-method is described there: [[oldwiki:OpenWrtDocs:Hardware:Asus:Flashing|Asus Flashing]].
-=== BackFire === +==== BackFire ==== 
-You need to change /etc/hotplug.d/net/10-net (see [[https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/5312]]) to get the wireless interface running. +You may need to change /etc/hotplug.d/net/10-net (see [[https://dev.openwrt.org/ticket/5312]]) to get the wireless interface running.
-The device produces a lot of 'process '/bin/ash --login' (pid 1212) exited. Scheduling for restart.' messages in the syslog. Removing 'ttyS0::askfirst:/bin/ash --login' in /etc/inittab solves this problem. +If the device produces a lot of 'process '/bin/ash --login' (pid 1212) exited. Scheduling for restart.' messages in the syslog. Removing 'ttyS0::askfirst:/bin/ash --login' in /etc/inittab solves this problem.
-In the installation by default, the two module b43 and b43legacy are loaded but b43 is the only needed. So you can remove the loading of b43legacy at the beginning by removing 30-b43-legacy from the directory /etc/config/modules.d+In the installation by default, the two module [[http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/b43#Supported_devices|b43 and b43legacy]] are loaded but b43 is the only needed. So you can remove the loading of b43legacy at the beginning by removing 30-b43-legacy from the directory /etc/config/modules.d
-=== Kamikaze ===+==== Kamikaze ====
The boot_wait NVRAM variable is **on** by default. Resetting to factory defaults via reset button or mtd erase nvram is **not safe** on this unit. The boot_wait NVRAM variable is **on** by default. Resetting to factory defaults via reset button or mtd erase nvram is **not safe** on this unit.
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| **Flash-Chip:**      | MX 29LV320ATTC-90 | | **Flash-Chip:**      | MX 29LV320ATTC-90 |
| **Flash size:**      | 4 MiB | | **Flash size:**      | 4 MiB |
-| **RAM:**            | Hynix HY57V283220T-7 |+| **RAM:**            | Hynix HY57V283220T-7 / SDR-143 |
| **RAM size:**        | 16 MiB | | **RAM size:**        | 16 MiB |
-| **Wireless:**        | Broadcom BCM4306 802.11b/g (mini-pci)\\ PCI-ID 14e4:4320 (rev 03) |+| **Wireless:**        | Broadcom BCM4306 802.11b/g (onboard)\\ PCI-ID 14e4:4320 (rev 03) |
| **Ethernet:**        | 1x network controller, no switch | | **Ethernet:**        | 1x network controller, no switch |
| **USB:**            | Yes 1x1.1, second port possible | | **USB:**            | Yes 1x1.1, second port possible |
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If you want to open the device (maybe for exchanging the disk) remove the screws below the two little rubber-pads (could be that there are no screws, as on my yakumo. just pull on). Then slide the mainboard with the HD on it out of the case by carefully pulling the front plate. If you want to open the device (maybe for exchanging the disk) remove the screws below the two little rubber-pads (could be that there are no screws, as on my yakumo. just pull on). Then slide the mainboard with the HD on it out of the case by carefully pulling the front plate.
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//Main PCB// //Main PCB//
-FIXME 
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-**Photo of PCB** 
==== Nvram Reset ==== ==== Nvram Reset ====

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