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ERROR: Your Pogoplug device does not have a hard drive attached




Hi guys, I have a pink Pogoplug with Optware as follows: Linux Pogoplug 2.6.22.18 #81 Tue Oct 19 16:05:00 PDT 2010 armv5tejl and BusyBox v 1.7.0. The Optware is on a usb stick and there are 2 hard drives attached with all my files. After a recent reboot of my Pogoplug it is no longer showing any of the attached devices on the web site interface or via the Pogoplug Backup software, which mounts the drives locally on you computer. Instead I am getting the following error:  "Your Pogoplug device does not have a hard drive attached. To get started, please attach an external hard drive to any of the available USB ports." Nothing has been changed on this system since I put it together in 2010. I have SSHFS installed on the Pogoplug and I can connect to th e Pogoplug from my laptop and access all my files successfully. But when I try to use the Pogoplug web interface, or the Pogoplug Backup software, it doesn't work! If I SSH into the Pogoplug I can see from the command line that both hard drives and the Optware stick are mounted correctly.

Here is what I've tried thus far.

1. Multiple reboots with/without the 2 hard drives connected.

2 Deleted .cedata folders on each hard drive to force the Pogoplug to rebuild the file database.

3.Connected the hard drives to a linux laptop and ran e2fsck on each drive to verify the integrity of the file systems.

Can someone please point me in the right direction? I couldn't find any log files that detail the boot process. Any help would be kindly appr eciated...8-]


-Steve D




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dead nslu2



hi there, my nslu2 when power up bliks only ethernet led, no ready/status led, cant ping on 192.168.1.77 and cant put it on upgrade mode, ready/status led wont turn on for nothing....any help ?


thanks



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Dead NSLU2



Hi there,i think my NSLU2 is dead, when i power it up, only the power button turn on, when i try to put it on upgrade mode, no ready/status led blink but when i release the reset button the ethernet turn on, no acesse to 192.168.1.77, no beep this happen before the fatslug mod, can anyone help me to bring back my nslu2 ?

Thanks for all!




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Unslung 6.1



Hi, not even sure if there is still life on the forum, but here goes.

 

I am trying to download UNSLUNG 6.1 beta for the NSLU2 from slug-firmware.net using Windows and Chrome.

I select the binaries page, select Unslung-6.10-beta-firmware.zip accept the terms and conditions then “Submit”.

 

What I get next are screen fulls of what I am guessing is the binary file rather than the .zip being saved, any idea where-else I can find this file?

 

Thanks

 

Barry



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OPTWARE. py-sleekxmpp.mk



Hi All,

could someone help to build a 'sleekxmpp' package for python-2.7 on OPTWARE please?
https://pypi.python.org/pypi/sleekxmpp

Thanks,
S


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Bug with package 'gawk' from feeds 'cs**q*armel'



Good evening.

I found a strange bug with the gawk from this feed (same behavior with the other cs**q*armel):
http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/cs08q1armel/cross/unstable/

...when running on 2 different Synology NAS: a DS214 and a DS214+, with system DSM4.3.

Description: the "print $1" (or any other token number) splits nothing and prints the whole line.

Example with the demo at the end of the default display:

gawk -F: '{ print $1 }' /etc/passwd
prints the whole content of passwd, instead of only a list of user names.

I tried to add a {print FS} and the FS selected, either by -F: or explicitly with BEGIN{FS=":"} is properly replied.
But it is visibly ignored when/if trying to split the inbound text.


The gawk (same version 4.0.1) from 2 others feeds I could try, work fine under same conditions.

For instance, used on a DS110+ with same version of DSM, works fine:
http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/syno-e500/cross/unstable

I verified on the 2 NAS that there is no interference: this is actually the gawk from the feed that executes.
In all cases, gawk was installed properly using the ipkg from the same feed.
I also installed other packages: nail, rsync, nano... that all work fine.

Any idea of the reason, that could lead to a workaround ?

Thanks, Best regards.

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* Patrick B
* France



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Can the Pogoplog (or any platform based on the same technology as the NSLU2)

Hello!
It happens I've got one of my three Pogoplugs working in the same
fashion as someone's NSLU2 device running an alternate OS would be in.

However I am aware that it is possible to configure a regular Linux
system (X86) to work as a router, And that it is also possible to
enable one of the other platforms who also run Linux to do that.

So is it also possible to do the same with a platform that's descended
from the NSLU2 to do that? If not then okay,I'll switch to a different
platform entirely.
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Paging OddballHero

Hello!
I thought I'd mention that I've got your plug file working on a Pink
PogoPlug. Let's just say for a change I've gotten lucky.

I found two mostly helpful blogs who describe the basic steps. It's
certainly refreshing to see the thing working like that.
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Plz update transmission for arm



Hi there,


Can someone update transmission package to the latest version available (transmission-2.84)?

Maintainer email is not available…

Thanks
Paulo Oliveira

 Package: transmission Version: 2.82-1 Depends: openssl, libcurl, libevent, zlib Section: net Architecture: arm Maintainer: oleo <at> email.si MD5Sum: a3f18c9abc681840e2410ab047decbd1 Size: 1493981 Filename: transmission_2.82-1_arm.ipk Source: http://download-origin.transmissionbt.com/files/transmission-2.82.tar.xz Description: Lightweight BitTorrent client and daemon, with web interface bundled.




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How-to use NSLU2 for torrent downloading?



Anyone willing to help a noob on NSLU2 that's totally lost? :)))


I've recently 'found' an old unslung NSLU2 unit in storage in the office (V2.3R63-uNSLUng-6.10-beta) and I would love the idea of having a 24/7 low-powered torrent 

downloading unit at home. I though about plugin in a 2.5" hard disk and... voilà, ready to download.


Major flaw though... I am totally noob at anything but Windows [yeah, I know, you don't need to say it... :(]

Would anyone be so kind helping me thru the basics on how to install a torrent client and set everything up?

I do really need step-by-step... ('sudo' sounds to me as alien as j#u%h3, LOL!)


Thanks in advance to all those patient gurus out there willing to lend a hand.



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My Optware fork



Dear all! I know NSLU2-Linux project is basically stalled, but I hope this read will still be interesting for someone still subscribed to the list.
For few months I've been working in my spear time to get up-to-date Optware I could use on my routers. And here it is:
My Optware fork project

I currently maintain two feeds:
-buildroot-armeabi
-buildroot-mipsel

These feeds are firmware-independent and can be used on basically any device running Linux with appropriate architecture. They're both uClibc-0.9.33.2 gcc-4.9.2 binutils-2.25 targets. The ARM feed is soft-float ARM EABI (aka 'armel' in Debian), while MIPS feed is softfloat MIPSEL (mips32r2).
I test the feeds on TomatoUSB ARM and MIPSEL routers myself, buildroot-armeabi has been also confirmed to work with recent dd-wrt. Anything ARM/MIPSEL which is more or less recent should run the feeds fine.

Compared to the original Optware, except being firmware-independent and having modern toolchains, my fork also has numerous packages upgraded, fixed and added. I also got some X11 GTK+-2 and GTK+-3 applications to work.

Bootstraping instructions can be found on the dd-wrt forum:

All the building is being done on my laptop, and the feeds are hosted on my home server. I basically started the whole thing because it is fun, but now it's turning into something useful. What I'm really missing is an appropriate hosting options, since my ISP isn't really fault-proof)) And, of course, I always appreciate any kind of feedback.

Also, if you're an Optware developer, and you're missing the good old days like I do, I'm looking forward to your pull requests))

And I'm open to suggestions in general :) 

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Best regards,
Alex Potapenko


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