Re: [nslu2-linux] USB ports gradually failed on nslu2 (slugos)
- eliask wrote:
> Actually, no because I don't have another power supply available. But IOne thing that's worth doing is connecting up a powered USB hub,
> didn't plugged any usb device on it. It's like when I bought it and it
> should work as I have flashed the original firmware. But it does not.
*disconnecting* the NSLU2's power supply, and seeing if it boots. Yes,
really! The USB power lines are tied directly to the NSLU2's power lines
so that it's possible to power the NSLU2 from the hub. (I wasn't kidding
when I said the power supply circuitry was dodgy.)
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- --- In email@example.com, Rod Whitby <rod@...> wrote:
> And the reason it does not is most likely because the power supply isprobably
> not providing 5V to the internal circuitry. Presence of USB is
> irrelevant at this stage of the power supply's demise.I bought a new power supply (5V, 3A) but the situation stays the same.
> Buy a new 5V power supply and test it out. It's over 90% likely you
> will be able to reflash it and it will be like new. It's worked for
> most other people who've reported the same symptoms you have.
> -- Rod
Ready light is blinking and nothing happens. I will try doing
ResetSysConf again and reflash. If it does not work I will replace it.