Re: unslung won't stick and nslu2 continues to boot from internal memory
- Why is it you struggle for ages to try and get something to work even
after searching the posts.
Then once you have made a post yourself you find the answer.
Solution to this can be found in this post:
Changing the sleep time in the linuxrc file solved the problem.
--- In email@example.com, "ian_jefferyes" <nslu2@...> wrote:
> I have just tried to unsling my nslu2, but when I reboot after the
> unslung process it still says that it is running from internal memory.
> The process I have been through is:
> - Replace the existing firmware with V2.3R63-uNSLUng-6.8-beta firmware.
> - My HDD would not hot swap so I used a bootable ubuntu DVD to change
> the /passwd file for root.
> - Powered on the nslu2 with the HD attached
> - Enabled telnet through the management gui
> - Telnetted in using the new root password and ran the command to
> unslung to disk two without changing the password: "/sbin/unsling
> -nopw disk2"
> - There were no errors reported during this and everything seem to go
> - Rebooted using the button on the front.
> But, as I say when I reboot it still says that it is running from
> internal memory.
> What am I doing wrong?
> The output of ls when I now telnet in is:
> # ls
> bin dev dev.state etc home
> initrd lib linuxrc lost+found mnt
> opt proc sbin share tmp
> unslung upload usr var
> Any help greatly appreciated!