Re: [nslu2-general] Problem with de-underclocking?
- I hope it's not bad form to bring up an old topic... I have done
forum searches, and read the FAQ and howto regarding removing the
resistor to overclock the NSLU2. I also have read quite a few people
who report that their NSLU2 was clocked at 266 out of the box. I
recently purchased an NSLU2 (S/N SGA005200787). I unslung it and
everything is working mostly fine (I am having problems getting PHP to
work but that's another topic). I checked the cpu speed and see the
# cat < /proc/cpuinfo
Processor : XScale-IXP425/IXC1100 rev 1 (v5b)
BogoMIPS : 131.48
I know it would be easy to remove the resistor and de underclock it
but I was wondering if others are still getting the natively
deunderclocked devices. Mine doesn't have any manufacture date
sticker on it. If my model is just an older one I'll take it
back and try again. I'd rather have one natively working than void my
warranty. Anyone purchase one recently and check the clock speed?
By the way I tried to contact Linksys support on the phone and on the
website and both times was told that clock speed was something that
could be modified by FW, and wasn't supported by Linksys. So I gave
up that route.
Thanks in advance
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Harry Roy <harry.roy@...> wrote:
> I have the sticker "Manufactured 05/2006".
> I am unable to telnet into it, have the passwords changed?
> I have tried admin/admin with disks attached, the connection drops.
> With the disks out root/uNSLUng is rejected.