Re: [LinkStation_General] Kurobox / Linkstation kernel support in the mainline
- On Fri, 8 Dec 2006, Ross Burton wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-12-07 at 22:49 +0100, Guennadi Liakhovetski wrote:Ok, attached a suggested configuration for kurobox (not HG) / Linkstation
> > So far only KuroboxHG is supported, because this is what I have.
> I have an original LinkStation, and would be willing to attempt a build
> for it. Is there a prototype config file for the Linkstation that just
> needs testing?
based on the configuration from
I've removed a couple of features: smbfs, replaced with cifs, so far as a
module; ide, replaced with pata sil680, which means your hard-disk will
become sda instead of hda. You'd need to modify the kernel command-line
and duplicate hda lines in /etc/fstab with sda ones. Might need to modify
some more files. You may want to configure traditional IDE driver, but
pata works better for me, with IDE my disk fails to boot in about 30% of
cases, so, I'd prefer to use PATA_SIL680 in the default config:-) Might be
some more options missing, you'll have to see what you need, but this
should boot and support most of your hardware.
More interesting will be u-boot support and flat device tree (.dts file).
Don't forget you need a different base-clock frequency for UARTs. I'd
suggest you first build a RAM version of u-boot to play with.
If anything is unclear - ask.