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 This page is relevant for Network Space (Max) v2 and Internet Space v2 boards. This page is relevant for Network Space (Max) v2 and Internet Space v2 boards.
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 +Since mid-2011 lacie change the hardware configuration of the network space v2 to a lower one, see [[network_space_lite_v2|LaCie Network Space Lite v2]].
  
 ===== Hardware ===== ===== Hardware =====
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   * SoC Kirkwood 88F6281_A0   * SoC Kirkwood 88F6281_A0
   * SDRAM memory 256MB, DDR2 267MHz ​   * SDRAM memory 256MB, DDR2 267MHz ​
-  * SPI flash, NOR 512MB (MACRONIX MX25L4005CMI-12G)+  * SPI flash, NOR 512kB (MACRONIX MX25L4005CMI-12G)
   * Ethernet Gigabit port (PHY MARVELL 88E1116R)   * Ethernet Gigabit port (PHY MARVELL 88E1116R)
   * 1 USB2 port, 1 connector host and 1 connector device (except for Internet Space v2)   * 1 USB2 port, 1 connector host and 1 connector device (except for Internet Space v2)
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 ===== Userspace ===== ===== Userspace =====
  
-===== Auto power on =====+It is also possible to install Debian, look [[debian_install|here]]. 
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 +===== LaCie system ​=====
  
-Normally, after applying power, you have to push the button to turn on the ns2. If you want it to switch on automaticallyyou have to switch a bit in the i2c eeprom. +For more informations about the LaCie stock systemlook [[lacie_stock|here]].
-The bit is at offset 14 in the eeprom, changing it from 0 to 1 will enable auto switch on. +
-For more details see [[ubootforkirkwoodsocs#​eeprom_organization]]+
  
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