Re: [nslu2-linux] Default Unslung Password
> Now my original root was /dev/sdb1 too, as shown by the existence ofnew
> the .sdb1root file. So how come it doesn't work? When I reboot with the
> Disk 1 and the old Disk 2, my root password doesn't work and the sharesare not
> there.You've fallen victim to the "two native drives on Unslung" problem.
> Any thoughts?
Depending on the sequence that got you to this point, the solution will
vary -- it's not very stable unless you installed and unslung to Disk 1
first, then added Disk 2. This problem is referenced here:
> > If not, there's no reason you can't just reflash.the
> By the way, if I choose to do this, is there a reason why I shouldn't use
> web interface? Bearing in mind that the slug is already unslung. Thispage:
> http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/InstallUnslungFirmwareIt's a bug; the "upgrade" web page was inadvertantly left in the GUI;
> suggests that I shouldn't do that, but why is that?
there's no functional code to do anything behind it.
> You've fallen victim to the "two native drives on Unslung" problem.Well, I can try re-adding Disk 2 as a new one since there's not much on it. I'm
> Depending on the sequence that got you to this point, the solution will
> vary -- it's not very stable unless you installed and unslung to Disk 1
> first, then added Disk 2.
confused because it was working with both native disks before, unslung to Disk
1. Yet simply replacing Disk 1 with a new one fails? Weird.
Thanks for your help.