05-12-2011 12:06 AM
your Debian Installation works fine but I can't set the HD into the sleep mode.
Is it possible to change the uboot permanently to usb boot?
Serial console is available and I reed the uboot commands
for booting but I don't know how I can set it permanent.
06-07-2011 07:44 AM
I have on my NAS110 also successfully installed debian. Now I want a USB to Serial adapter used. The Debian recognize the USB device but has not the driver. I need to 220.127.116.11 Debian ARM nor usbserial.ko and ftdi_sio.ko. Unfortunately I have not much experience in kernel compiling.
Maybe someone of you has the ability to create these two files?
I also have other Linux versions, but not these files are run under the kernel.
The ultimate objective is that the USBtoSerial adapter is detected as / dev/ttyUSB0.
06-08-2011 01:14 PM - edited 06-08-2011 01:19 PM
i have found the modules on http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/tsx19/cr
But this is a ipkg packet !!
Is there a possibility to install a module on debian ipkg?
06-08-2011 08:39 PM
I appreciate any help asap to revert back to the seagate gui.
I installed Debian/Linux on my NAS 110 and worked flawlessly - even installed webmin and several other packages. Then, I decided I wanted to rollback to the seagate system so I opened the NAS and deleted all partions with Gparted (using Ubuntu). Next, I inserted it back into the NAS 110 and powered it on. This is where the problems began to occur...
At first the drive seems to be installing the seagate FW and restarted after 3-5 minutes. After the restart, it resumed with the installation and after 10 minutes the blue lights became both orange. While I can now access the Seagate GUI via IP, I get a message that said the HD has failed..
I have tried again delete the partitions created again and same result.. Any idea or am I doing something wrong?
Help is MUCH appreciated!
06-09-2011 02:51 PM
06-13-2011 01:01 AM
Thanks Hajo! This works great! Now I've got my NAS setup with netatalk/avahi and sabnzbd (which unfortunately does use half of the ram it seems but it works!)
Did anyone get the smartmontools running? Or do the drives really not support it? (I'm not all that familiar with linux to be honest, so it's likely I missed something) I remember seeing smart info in the default web interface?
06-15-2011 07:14 AM
I love what you have done. freakin awesome!! i have a 220 and have patched successfully but when installing samba vsftpd etc... i get problems with the sources. is there updated sources.list entries that need to be applied? i am a 'novice' linux guy but understand basics. i am not sure if the lenny repositiories in sources.list are sill active or whether they have changed. i lkeep getting throwbacks saying that package is referred to by another name or missing, blah, or available from another source? any ideas? i am weary because its a 'custom' build and i don't want to break it (like hit a snake and go back to square 1).
I reckon this is going to make my NAS worth it....becasue it hasn't given me much joy yet.....
06-15-2011 02:26 PM
07-07-2011 01:51 AM
Hello Haio, thanks for unlocking the true potential of the Blackarmor NAS for the rest of us. However I would like to install Ubuntu 9.10 on it. Do you have any pointers for building the kernel for the NAS 220?
07-25-2011 07:57 PM
looking for some advice. I upgraded my NAS110 without issue. All went great. Now later after updating packages I have a conflict: the following packages have unmet dependencies:
libc-bin: Breaks: libc6 (< 2.10) but 2.7-18lenny7 is to be installed
I do not know how to resolve. Can I reinstall? How? Any advice would be appreciated.