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  • in reply to: First Boot #436

    You should be using 115200,n81 for the putty terminal console settings. It’s a serial connection and will be an odd com port you can find which one by opening windows device management and expanding com ports. the USB to com port is the one you will use as a serial connection. Mines com4 but it changes occasionally. Also make sure your using the MICRO USB slot, not the two regular USB ports. Your green light should light on the board when your computer is plugged into the espresso micro port.



    in reply to: HD power? #432

    Ran into the same issue. I’m using a ide to sata conversion kit to the links above didn’t work for me.

    With some searching I found these 4 pin female to female power. This should help, and for anyone going forward trying to use a ide drive:

    in reply to: Trouble getting Wan DHCP IP number. #431


    I got it, I dragged out an old hub and it recognized it immediately. For some reason it didn’t like being or plugged directly into the wall.

    Can I ask you a stupid question? Am I missing something, or does the Linux version shipped not have a package manager, making it effectively useless? I’m assuming the first matter of business to use this for anything is to either format the sd or add an external drive and put a new os on it?



    in reply to: Trouble getting Wan DHCP IP number. #429

    I’m following this faq:

    And having the same issues as this gentleman:

    # ifconfig eth0 up
    # dhclient wan
    [ 162.790397] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wan: link is not ready
    [ 164.323110] dsa dsa@0 wan: Link is Down
    [ 165.331782] dsa dsa@0 wan: Link is Up – 100Mbps/Full – flow control rx/tx
    [ 165.338761] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wan: link becomes ready

    (I presume they meant “enter” and not “insert”.)

    I tried that …
    Note that the online doc never mentions what happens next. Do I wait a second, or a few minutes?

    In my case, several minutes later, I’m still waiting.

    I just saw some output that implies dhclient (or someone) did a “PING” after a few minutes,
    albeit unsuccessfully, to

    I just got “rm: cannot remove ‘/etc/resolv.conf.dhclient’: No such file or directory
    I also just got “cat: /etc/resolv.conf.*: No such file or directory”
    followed by

    […] dsa dsa@0 wan: Link is Down

    Can anyone already setup or from Marvell help?

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