I don't want to sound arrogant but there is no "one-click solution" to
the question you asked. There is a well documented way you can find on
the wiki but this demands a little bit of computer knowledge and
willingness to learn. What you search for is perhaps something only
Buffalo can build into the Linkstation.
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "lehkui_ong"
> That page does the desired request, *provided* one knows what "dd" is,but to
> but that assumption is not exactly valid at all. There are LS users
> (eg., me) who will ask "How to get into LS using shell/telnet, etc???"
> In other words, it does not meet what the original email asked. That's
> OK, as long as the path towards that goal is clear for user unfamiliar
> with that sort of tinkling with the LS.
> --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "balimbabullabe"
> <balimbabullabe@y...> wrote:
> > a 5 second job:
> > http://linkstationwiki.org/Articles/GeneralBackup
> > --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, "lehkui_ong"
> > <lehkui_ong@y...> wrote:
> > > Great. Can you point me to this info with link? I have searched
> > > no avail (wiki has no hit with linkstation).warranty
> > > Thanks.
> > >
> > > >
> > > > I don't believe Buffalo is concerned about this problem. If your
> > > > Linkstation's drive crashes and needs to be replaced after
> > > > ran out the easiest way would be to connect the new drive to a
> > > > "normal" pc, create hda1, hda2=swap and hda3 and untar what's in
> > > > image.dat (this one is inside any firmware image).
> > > > Or if you want to be safe you can now create a backup as
> described in
> > > > the linkstationwiki and use that one later.