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 +====== Freecom FSG-3 ======
 +I am now moving step by step my infos from [[http://​cavebeat.blogspot.co.at/​]] to this wiki. ( --- //cave//)
  
 +This is a WIP for the Freecom FSG-3 
 +
 +I want to sum up all infos and Tricks for the FSG-3 which are available on the net when running openWRT.
 +
 +===== Hardware Specs =====
 +^ Type       ^ Description ​                        ^ Info                            ^
 +| CPU        | XScale-IXP4xx/​IXC11xx rev 1 (v5b)   | 266Mhz ​                         |
 +| RAM        | 64 MB                               ​| ​                                |
 +| Flash      | 4 MB                                | 0x00400000 = 4096KB ​            |
 +| HDD        | 80GB - 500GB                        | builtin PATA drive              |
 +| Ethernet ​  | 1 - WAN port and 3 - LAN ports      | eth1/NPE-C and eth0/​NPE-B ​      |
 +| WLAN       | miniPCI ​                            | optional ​                       |
 +| USB        | 4 x USB2.0 ​                         | 2 front, 2 rear                 |
 +| E-SATA ​    | 1 x E-SATA ​                         | on back                         |
 +| SATA       | 1 x SATA internal ​                  | needs soldering on PCB pads     |
 +| UART       | 2 x serial Port                     | Con400, console on Con401 ​      |
 +| JTAG       | pads on PCB                         | no infos about JTAG available ​  |
 +
 +Thread in the openWRT forum regarding the FSG-3 [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=5828]]
 +
 +
 +==== fis list / Flash Image System ====
 +
 +=== factory defaults ===
 +
 +''​RedBoot>​ fis list
 +Name              FLASH addr  Mem addr    Length ​     Entry point
 +RedBoot ​          ​0x50000000 ​ 0x50000000 ​ 0x00040000 ​ 0x00000000
 +kern1             ​0x50080000 ​ 0x00700000 ​ 0x00180000 ​ 0x00700000
 +kern2             ​0x50200000 ​ 0x00700000 ​ 0x00180000 ​ 0x00700000
 +RedBoot config ​   0x503C0000 ​ 0x503C0000 ​ 0x00020000 ​ 0x00000000
 +FIS directory ​    ​0x503E0000 ​ 0x503E0000 ​ 0x00020000 ​ 0x00000000
 +RedBoot>''​\\
 +[[http://​www.nslu2-linux.org/​wiki/​FSG3/​FisList]]
 +
 +''/​ # cat /proc/mtd
 +dev:    size   ​erasesize ​ name
 +mtd0: 00040000 00020000 "​RedBoot"​
 +mtd1: 00180000 00020000 "​kern1"​
 +mtd2: 00180000 00020000 "​kern2"​
 +mtd3: 00020000 00020000 "​RedBoot config"​
 +mtd4: 00020000 00020000 "FIS directory"''​
 +
 +
 +=== Flash for OpenWRT ===
 +
 +For running openWRT there is an additionally microcode partition necessary. ​
 +There should be the microcode for the Network Processing Engine (NPE-B and NPE-C) placed.
 +as described here: [[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=12770]]
 +
 +After adding the microcode partition the partitions should look like this: 
 +
 +''​RedBoot>​ fis list                                                                    ​
 +Name              FLASH addr  Mem addr    Length ​     Entry point                    ​
 +RedBoot ​          ​0x50000000 ​ 0x50000000 ​ 0x00040000 ​ 0x00000000 ​                    
 +kern1             ​0x50080000 ​ 0x00700000 ​ 0x00180000 ​ 0x00700000 ​                    
 +kern2             ​0x50200000 ​ 0x00700000 ​ 0x00180000 ​ 0x00700000 ​                    
 +__microcode ​      ​0x503A0000 ​ 0x00000000 ​ 0x00020000 ​ 0x00000000__ ​              
 +RedBoot config ​   0x503C0000 ​ 0x503C0000 ​ 0x00020000 ​ 0x00000000 ​                    
 +FIS directory ​    ​0x503E0000 ​ 0x503E0000 ​ 0x00020000 ​ 0x00000000
 +RedBoot>'' ​            
 +
 +
 +=== GPIOConnections ===
 +The IXP422 CPU has 16 General Purpose Input/​Output (GPIO) pins which are used to interface to external hardware. In the case of the FSG3, the GPIO pins are used to monitor the buttons, control the LEDs, connect to the RTC, IDE controller and USB 2.0 controller.\\
 +Note that the LEDs are controlled by some external controller - they are not directly connected to GPIOs. \\
 +
 +
 +List of GPIO's [[.:​FSG-3:​GPIOConnections|GPIOConnections]]\\
 +[[http://​www.nslu2-linux.org/​wiki/​FSG3/​GPIOConnections]] ​
 +
 +
 +==== HDD Partitions ====
 +
 +=== freecom factory defaults ===
 +Regarding to the [[http://​www.openfsg.com/​index.php/​Exchange_the_harddrive|HowTo Exchange HDD]] there should be 4 partitions on HDD:
 +
 +^ name        ^ size       ^ filesystem ​  ^ description ​      ^
 +| /​dev/​sda1 ​  | 133MB+ ​    | reiserfs ​    | systempartition ​  |
 +| /​dev/​sda2 ​  | 133MB+ ​    | reiserfs ​    | backup system ​    |
 +| /​dev/​sda3 ​  | 70MB+      | LinuxSwap2 ​  ​| ​                  |
 +| /​dev/​sda4 ​  | residual ​  | reiserfs ​    | user/​home ​        |
 +
 +
 +Using recovery tool from freecom ensures //​mtd1/​kern1//​ is used for kernel and ///​dev/​sda1-hda1//​ is used for root-filesystem. When updating the same firmware with web interface it switches the rootfilesystem to ///​dev/​sda2//​
 +
 +=== suggestion for partition sizes ===
 +At this point i will suggest to increase the systempartitions and the swap partitions sizes.\\
 +__systempartitions__\\
 +sda1 and sda2 from 133MB to 150MB/200MB or 256MB if u want to install more opkg packages or files, maybe its not necessary or if u want to store some backups on the systempartitions or just in case \\
 +__SWAP__\\
 +As described here [[:​doc:​uci:​fstab?​s[]=fstab|fstab&​block-mount]] for the right amount of SWAP you should increase /​dev/​sda3-swap\\
 +general rule:​\\ ​
 +SWAP =  //double RAM for machines with 512MiB of RAM or less, and same amount as RAM for machines with more//\\
 +FSG-3\\
 +SWAP = //RAM x 2// = 64MB x 2 = 128MB or more\\
 +
 +For repartitioning you can use programs like [[http://​distrowatch.com/​table.php?​distribution=partedmagic|Parted Magic]] or Paragon Partition Manager or something similar.
 +
 +=== Changes for OpenWRT ===
 +After installing with MoD's tutorial as linked on this page. The partitions will show up as followed
 +
 +^ name        ^ size       ^ filesystem ​  ^ description ​                          ^
 +| /​dev/​sda1 ​  | 133MB+ ​    | reiserfs ​    | rootfs for OpenWRT ​                   |
 +| /​dev/​sda2 ​  | 133MB+ ​    | reiserfs ​    | backup system with Freecom Firmware ​  |
 +| /​dev/​sda3 ​  | 70MB+      | LinuxSwap2 ​  ​| ​                                      |
 +| /​dev/​sda4 ​  | residual ​  | reiserfs ​    | user/​home ​                            |
 +
 +I am running my FSG with following partitions.
 +^ name        ^ size       ^ filesystem ​  ^ description ​               ^
 +| /​dev/​sda1 ​  | 300MB      | ext3         | rootfs for OpenWRT ​        |
 +| /​dev/​sda2 ​  | 300MB      | ext3         | second testing partition ​  |
 +| /​dev/​sda3 ​  | 300MB      | LinuxSwap2 ​  ​| ​                           |
 +| /​dev/​sda4 ​  | residual ​  | ext3         | user/​home ​                 |
 +For this layout it is necessary to add the package "​kmod-fs-ext4"​ in "make menuconfig"​ or install it with opkg
 +
 +==== Wi-Fi Antenna Mod ====
 +The Wi-Fi Version from the FSG-3 ships with a Marvell chipset which is not well recognized and only one antenna is available and connected to the card.
 +For Diversity it is better to use more than one antenna. [[http://​www.openfsg.com/​index.php/​Resolve_the_WLAN_problem#​Handcraft_Solution| HowTo Second Antenna Mod]].
 +
 +[[http://​www.openfsg.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​f=9&​t=6156&​start=15#​p29008|Post about Marvell Card]]
 +It is not recommended to use this card.
 +
 +''​
 +Characteristics of Marvell MINI PCI card
 +Vendor: pci 0x11ab "​Marvell Technology Group Ltd.."
 +Device: pci 0x1faa "​88w8335 [Libertas] 802.11b / g wireless
 +revision: 0x43
 +IRQ: 10;
 +modules alias" pci: v000011AB00001FAAsv000011ABsd00001FAAbc02sc00i00
 +''​
 +
 +Working Card:
 +Gigabit GN-WIAG02 is working with kmod-ath5k driver.
 +
 +Problem Working Cards:
 +TP-Link TL-WN861n rev. 2 - which should be possible with the kmod-ath9k driver, but isnt't recognized by the PCI scan.
 +
 +
 +==== HowTo - Adding a serial Port ====
 +The FSG-3 has two serial Ports on the PCB (CON400 and CON 401,​ttyS0,​115200).
 +The RedBoot console is configured to the CON401 with Baudrate 115200 8N1 (8N1 == 8-bits per character, no parity, and 1 stop bit)
 +Best Practice is using a USB/​UART-TTL Bridge wich is providing the needed 3,3V level.
 +As described in the link above it is necessary to solder 3 wires(GND, RxD and TxD) on the Con401.
 +
 +The mod is described here [[.:​FSG-3:​serialmod|HowTo serialmod]]
 +
 +[[http://​cavebeat.blogspot.com/​2012/​01/​fsg-3-serial-mod.html]]
 +
 +
 +==== HowTo - install OpenWRT ​ ====
 +**on FSG from shell (without serial console)**
 +
 +Thanks to MoD for this tutorial\\
 +[[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=12770]] [[http://​openfsg.com/​index.php/​Install_OpenWRT_on_FSG_from_shell_%28without_serial_console%29|Tutorial on openFSG-wiki]]\\
 +
 +When i tried this, there were some problems with the Redboot configuration.
 +I was not able to change the boot_script and boot_timeout via shell, but it is possible to change it via serial console in Redboot with //​fconfig//​.
 +
 +
 +==== RedBoot Configuration ====
 +for this, access to console is necessary (serial mod)
 +
 +Manual - Configuring the RedBoot Environment\\
 +[[http://​ecos.sourceware.org/​docs-latest/​redboot/​configuring-the-redboot-environment.html]] ​
 +
 +useful commands
 +  * //verison// - shows the version from RedBoot
 +  * //fconfig -l// - lists RedBoot configurations
 +  * //fconfig// - change the redboot config
 +
 +
 +=== RedBoot factory defaults ===
 +''​__RedBoot>​ version__ ​                                                                    
 +RedBoot(tm) bootstrap and debug environment [ROM]                                    ​
 +Red Hat certified release, version 1.94 - built 11:47:48, Jun 10 2005                ​
 +Platform: Freecom Storage ​ Gateway (FSG) (XScale) BE                                 
 +Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Red Hat, Inc.                             
 +RAM: 0x00000000-0x04000000,​ 0x0001db58-0x03fd1000 available ​                         ​
 +FLASH: 0x50000000 - 0x50400000, 32 blocks of 0x00020000 bytes each.                  ​
 +__RedBoot>​ fconfig -l__                                                                  ​
 +Run script at boot: true                                                             
 +Boot script: ​                                                                        
 +.. fis load kern1                                                                    ​
 +.. exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​hda1 mem=64M@0x00000000" ​                 ​
 +Boot script timeout (1000ms resolution):​ 1                                           
 +Use BOOTP for network configuration:​ true                                            ​
 +Console baud rate: 115200 ​                                                           ​
 +DNS server IP address: 0.0.0.0 ​                                                      
 +GDB connection port: 9000                                                            ​
 +Force console for special debug messages: false                                      ​
 +Network debug at boot time: false                                                    ​
 +Default network device: npe_eth0 ​                                                    
 +Network hardware address [MAC] for NPE eth0: 0x00:​0x01:​0xDB:​0x00:​0xA6:​0x02 ​          
 +Network hardware address [MAC] for NPE eth1: 0x00:​0x01:​0xDB:​0x00:​0xA6:​0x03 ​          
 +RedBoot>
 +''​
 +
 +=== OpenWRT boot config ===
 +If there are boot problems because there are missing configurations.\\
 +connect to serial console to RedBoot (hitting ^C stops boot_timeout and bootscript) and run //fconfig// to change the boot parameters
 +
 +set //​boot_script true//
 +
 +add following lines to the //​boot_script_data//​
 +''​fis load kern1
 +exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​sda1 init=/​etc/​preinit "
 +''​
 +
 +and set //​boot_timeout//​ to 5 - 10 seconds
 +Boot Timeout is necessary to Spin up the Harddisk properly after power on. 
 +
 +''​+ ​                                                                              
 +Network NOT initialized! ​                                                       ​
 + Press FSG Emergency Button during power up to initialize network ​              
 +                                                                                ​
 +RedBoot(tm) bootstrap and debug environment [ROM]                               
 +Red Hat certified release, version 1.94 - built 11:47:48, Jun 10 2005           
 +                                                                                ​
 +Platform: Freecom Storage ​ Gateway (FSG) (XScale) BE                            ​
 +Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Red Hat, Inc.                        ​
 +                                                                                ​
 +RAM: 0x00000000-0x04000000,​ 0x0001db58-0x03fd1000 available ​                    
 +FLASH: 0x50000000 - 0x50400000, 32 blocks of 0x00020000 bytes each.             
 +== Executing boot script in 6.000 seconds - enter ^C to abort                   
 +^C                                                                              ​
 +RedBoot> fconfig ​                                                               ​
 +Run script at boot: true                                                        ​
 +Boot script: ​                                                                   ​
 +.. fis load kern1                                                               
 +.. exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​sda1 init=/​etc/​preinit " ​            
 +Enter script, terminate with empty line                                         
 +>> ​                                                                             ​
 +Boot script timeout (1000ms resolution):​ 6                                      ​
 +Use BOOTP for network configuration:​ true                                       
 +Console baud rate: 115200 ​                                                      
 +DNS server IP address: ​                                                         ​
 +GDB connection port: 9000                                                       
 +Force console for special debug messages: false                                 
 +Network debug at boot time: false                                               
 +Default network device: npe_eth0 ​                                               ​
 +Network hardware address [MAC] for NPE eth0: 0x00:​0x00:​0x83:​0x20:​0x50:​0x02 ​     ​
 +Network hardware address [MAC] for NPE eth1: 0x00:​0x00:​0x83:​0x48:​0x50:​0x01 ​     ​
 +Update RedBoot non-volatile configuration - continue (y/n)? n                   
 +RedBoot>'' ​
 +
 +
 +=== Dual Boot ===
 +If you install OpenWrt like in the tutorial from MoD: 
 +[[https://​forum.openwrt.org/​viewtopic.php?​id=12770]]
 +Then there should be the OpenWrt kernel on //kern1// partition with belonging root-filesystem on ///​dev/​sda1//​
 +and backuped freecom firmware kernel on //kern2// partition with belonging rootfilesystem on ///​dev/​sda2//​
 +
 +If you crashed your OpenWrt it is easily possible to start your FSG-3 with attached console, Hit ^C when waiting for boot_timeout,​ and start the freecom firmware by command line. 
 +Then the system should boot the backup and you can repair or restore your FSG-3 as described in the link: [[http://​cavebeat.blogspot.com/​2012/​01/​reset-openwrt-firmware-with-fsg-3.html]]
 +
 +=== Boot in command line ===
 +If there is no proper Boot configuration,​ RedBoot stays in the command line and waits for commands from the console. ​
 +
 +It is possible to boot OpenWrt by hand with this commands.\\
 +''​RedBoot>​
 +RedBoot> fis load kern1
 +RedBoot> exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​sda1 init=/​etc/​preinit "
 +''​
 +In this example I flashed the openWRT Kernel on Flash partition //​mtd1/​kern1//​ and the Root-filesystem is on the first HDD Partition. \\
 +or \\
 +exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​sda2 init=/​etc/​preinit "\\ for second partition
 +
 +Freecom firmware needs following lines to boot\\
 +''​RedBoot>​ fis load kern2
 +RedBoot> exec -c "​console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​hda2 mem=64M@0x00000000"​
 +''​
 +In this example the freecom firmware kernel stays on the //​mtd2/​kern2//​ partition and the root partition is on ///​dev/​sda2//​.
 +
 +
 +==== HowTo - debricking/​reset ​ ====
 +To factory defaults with Freecom recovery Firmware from tutorial [[http://​cavebeat.blogspot.com/​2012/​01/​recovery-with-bad-flash-config.html|FSG-3 recovery from bad Flash]]
 +
 +This should work also after openWRT installation. afterwards there should be vanilla Freecom firmware up and running and all flash-layout back to factory defaults. Partition 4 from HDD should not be touched.
 +
 +If you don't want to run openWRT anymore, it is possible to initialize the Flash (except the redboot partition) and run the FSG-3 recovery tool to restore to factory defaults.
 +
 +I seems to work stable, but I  (--- //cave//) have tested it only once. I had screwed up my Flash partitions and no chance to repair it otherwise, so it was necessary to repair them with //fis init -f// command. ​
 +This only works if the first flash partition/​mtd0,​ the Redboot partition is not touched or destroyed.\\
 +__NEVER touch the RedBoot partition!!!__
 +
 +
 +==== HowTo - Fan control ====
 +The fan is a little bit noisy when used in living rooms, but it is possible to control the speed
 +[[http://​cavebeat.blogspot.com/​2012/​01/​fsg-3-fan-control.html]]. It depends on which kernel is in use.
 +
 +At the moment, for //OpenWrt ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT (bleeding edge, r29846)// ​ following commands showed up as working:
 +
 +read speed:\\
 +''​cat /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​fan1_input''​\\
 +
 +set pwm level (0-255):\\
 +''​echo '65 1 1' > /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​pwm1''​\\
 +
 +read pwm level (0-255):\\
 +''​cat /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​pwm1''​\\
 +
 +The file /​etc/​rc.local is usefull to slow down the fan at startup.
 +
 +
 +=== Temp sensors ===
 +
 +There are also 3 temperature sensors. FIXME
 +At the moment the output from these sensors is showing wrong values.
 +''​cat /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​temp1_input
 +cat /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​temp2_input
 +cat /​sys/​devices/​platform/​i2c-gpio.0/​i2c-0/​0-0028/​temp3_input''​
 +
 +from [[http://​www.openfsg.com/​forum/​viewtopic.php?​p=10686#​10686]]
 +
 +Temperature and fan control is done by Winbond w83782d chip, which is connected via GPIO and I2C to the CPU. 
 +
 +==== Music Box ====
 +Using the USB Ports from the FSG-3 with a external Soundcard.
 +I bought a few years ago SPEEDLINK UltraPortable Audio Card with chip SL-8850, which is recognized well in linux.
 +
 +I've installed the needed packages as told in the howto: [[doc:​howto:​usb.audio]]
 +
 +installed opkg packages: ​
 +''​kmod-usb-audio,​ kmod-sound-core and madplay''​
 +
 +
 +To try simple output, madplay is playing a mp3 file: ''​$ mdplay file.mp3''​
 +
 +It is also possible to play webradio Streams, here three as an example:
 +  * ''​$ wget -O - http://​u11aw.di.fm:​80/​di_goapsy | madplay -''​
 +  * ''​$wget -O - http://​mp3stream1.apasf.apa.at:​8000/​ | madplay -''​
 +  * ''​$ wget -O - http://​hirschmilch.de:​7000/​psytrance.mp3 | madplay -''​
 +
 +PulseAudio seems not to be working in the newest version of OpenWrt because of some library dependencies. ​
 +
 +''​root@OpenWrt:/​proc/​asound#​ ls
 +card0    cards    default ​ devices ​ hwdep    modules ​ oss      pcm      seq      timers ​  ​version
 +root@OpenWrt:/​proc/​asound#​ cat cards
 + 0 [default ​       ]: USB-Audio - C-Media USB Headphone Set  ​
 +                      C-Media USB Headphone Set   at usb-0000:​00:​0e.0-3.1,​ full speed''​
 +
 +=== MPD - Music Player Daemon ===
 +FIXME
 +MPD is an Audio Server for playing Music on the Soundcard of the Backend. It can be controlled with several Clients.
 +  * [[http://​mpd.wikia.com/​wiki/​Configuration]]
 +  * [[http://​mpd.wikia.com/​wiki/​OpenWRT_FullInstall]]
 +
 +
 +''​$ opkg update
 +$ opkg install mpd-full
 +$ vi /​etc/​mpd.conf
 +$ /​usr/​bin/​mpd /​etc/​mpd.conf'' ​ << to start the MPD Server
 +
 +The ALSA output works out of the box, but there are problems with the samplerate. It seems that the chip supports only 48kHz, but the music is 44,1kHz. MPD trys to convert the samplerate and fires all the CPU-Power out. And the Sound starts crackling. ​
 +http://​mpd.wikia.com/​wiki/​Tuning
 +
 +''#​ An example of an ALSA output: ​                                                                                     ​
 +#                                                                                                                    ​
 +audio_output {                                                                                                       
 +        type            "​alsa" ​                                                                                      
 +        name            "My ALSA Device" ​                                                                            
 +        device ​         "​hw:​0,​0" ​       # optional ​                                                                  
 +        format ​         "​44100:​16:​2" ​   # optional ​                                                                  
 +##      mixer_type ​     "​hardware" ​     # optional ​                                                                  
 +##      mixer_device ​   "​default" ​      # optional ​                                                                  
 +##      mixer_control ​  "​PCM" ​          # optional ​                                                                  
 +##      mixer_index ​    "​0" ​            # optional ​                                                                  
 +        auto_resample ​  "​no" ​                                                                                        
 +}                         
 +''​
 +
 +Some Web Clients are:
 +  * [[http://​ampache.org/​]]
 +  * [[http://​phpmpreloaded.sourceforge.net/​]]
 +  * [[http://​somegas.de/​wordpress/​projekte/​mpd-webinterface/​]]
 +
 +=== Ampache ===
 +http://​ampache.org/​ - WIP
 +
 +==== Download Box ====
 +
 +=== pyLoad ===
 +List the dependencies for the opkg pyload package.
 +
 +''​root@openwrt:/#​ opkg update
 +root@openwrt:/#​ opkg info pyload | grep Depends
 +Depends: libc, python, pyopenssl, python-curl,​ python-crypto,​ python-django,​ python-expat,​ python-imaging-library,​ python-sqlite3,​ js, tesseract, unrar
 +root@openwrt:/#''​
 +
 +Install the needed packages with \\ ''​root@fsg3:/#​ opkg install ''​
 +
 +For installation of the newest version, download the current "​Source Code - Platform Independent"​ File from [[http://​pyload.org/​download]]\\
 +unzip and place it somewhere on your Filesystem. get into the created pyload directory\\
 +To show other necessary packages use the systemCheck.py file. 
 +''​root@openwrt:/#​ python systemCheck.py'' ​
 +Then run the file pyLoadCore the first time as described in the README File. \\
 +To start the Configuration. \\
 +''​root@openwrt:/#​ python pyLoadCore.py'' ​
 +
 +==== Useful Commands ====
 +  * pciutils - lspci
 +  * usbutils - lsusb
 +  * swap-utils - mkswap, swapon and swapoff
 +  * ''​swapon -s''​ display summary about used swap devices and exit
 +
 +===== Other Informations =====
 +  * Freecom ​ FSG-3 community wiki and forum [[http://​www.openfsg.com/​index.php/​Main_Page]]
 +  * NSLU Info Page for FSG-3 [[http://​www.nslu2-linux.org/​wiki/​FSG3/​HomePage]]
 +  * Running Debian on FSG-3 [[http://​wpkg.org/​Running_Debian_on_Freecom_FSG-3]]
 +
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