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network_space_v2 [2012/01/10 16:59]
83.163.254.51 added default uboot env
network_space_v2 [2012/09/08 14:16] (current)
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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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 The boards are almost fully supported mainline. For more informations,​ see our [[ubootforkirkwoodsocs|U-Boot for Kirkwood]] page. The boards are almost fully supported mainline. For more informations,​ see our [[ubootforkirkwoodsocs|U-Boot for Kirkwood]] page.
- 
-These are the default environment variables in the stock U-Boot provided by Lacie: 
-        baudrate=115200 
-        loads_echo=0 
-        rootpath=/​mnt/​ARM_FS/​ 
-        netmask=255.255.255.0 
-        console=console=ttyS0,​115200 mtdparts=spi_flash:​0x80000@0(uboot)ro,​0x300000@0x100000(root) 
-        CASset=min 
-        MALLOC_len=1 
-        ethprime=egiga0 
-        bootargs_root=root=/​dev/​nfs rw 
-        bootargs_end=:::​DB88FXX81:​eth0:​none 
-        image_name=uImage 
-        standalone=fsload 0x2000000 $(image_name);​setenv bootargs $(console) root=/​dev/​mtdblock0 rw ip=$(ipaddr):​$(serverip)$(bootargs_end) $(mvPhoneConfig);​ bootm 0x2000000; 
-        ethmtu=1500 
-        mvPhoneConfig=mv_phone_config=dev0:​fxs,​dev1:​fxs 
-        mvNetConfig=mv_net_config=(00:​11:​88:​0f:​62:​81,​0:​1:​2:​3),​mtu=1500 
-        usb0Mode=host 
-        yuk_ethaddr=00:​00:​00:​EE:​51:​81 
-        netretry=no 
-        rcvrip=169.254.100.100 
-        loadaddr=0x02000000 
-        autoload=no 
-        ethact=egiga0 
-        stderr=serial 
-        mainlineLinux=no 
-        enaMonExt=no 
-        enaCpuStream=no 
-        enaWrAllo=no 
-        pexMode=RC 
-        disL2Cache=no 
-        setL2CacheWT=yes 
-        disL2Prefetch=yes 
-        enaICPref=yes 
-        enaDCPref=yes 
-        sata_dma_mode=yes 
-        netbsd_en=no 
-        vxworks_en=no 
-        disaMvPnp=no 
-        enaAutoRecovery=yes 
-        start_lump=lump 3 
-        resetdisk=ide reset 
-        bootdelay=0 
-        boot_fail=lump 
-        kernel_addr=0x800000 
-        productType_env=ASTON_KW 
-        primaryPart=6 
-        secondaryPart=A 
-        resetFlag_env=0 
-        bootargs=console=ttyS0,​115200 root=/​dev/​sda7 ro reset=0 productType=ASTON_KW 
-        bootcmd=run disk_disk 
-        boot_disk4=disk ${kernel_addr} 1:​${primaryPart};​ setenv rootfs /dev/sdb7; 
-        boot_disk3=if disk ${kernel_addr} 0:​${primaryPart};​ then setenv rootfs /dev/sda7; else run boot_disk4; fi 
-        boot_disk2=if disk ${kernel_addr} 1:​${secondaryPart};​ then setenv rootfs /dev/sdb7; else run boot_disk3; fi 
-        boot_disk1=if disk ${kernel_addr} 0:​${secondaryPart};​ then setenv rootfs /dev/sda7; else run boot_disk2; fi 
-        boot_disk=if test ${resetFlag_env} -eq 0; then run boot_disk1; else run boot_disk3; fi 
-        disk_disk=run boot_disk; setenv bootargs console=ttyS0,​115200 root=${rootfs} ro reset=${resetFlag_env} productType=${productType_env};​ bootm ${kernel_addr};​ 
-        ethaddr= #mac address 
-        ipaddr= #NAS ip 
-        ncip= #clunc connected ip 
-        serverip= #clunc connected ip 
-        stdin=nc 
-        stdout=nc 
-        
-        ​ 
  
 ===== Linux ===== ===== Linux =====
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 ===== Userspace ===== ===== Userspace =====
  
-===== Auto power on =====+It is also possible to install Debian, look [[debian_install|here]]. 
 + 
 +===== 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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