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TS-7200 Kernel 2.6.34 Problem with new COMPACT FLASH

Hi guys, I'm having some trouble with a TS-7200 booting from a compact flash and I'm running out of ideas. Hope you can help me. I had a appliance with the
akikem
Feb 23
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22569

TS-7400 got stuck in boot shell, due to wrong linuxrc path provided

Hi, My TS-7400 board is getting hang/freeze while booting up. It just display ... Nothing more ................... keep waiting ........... It dont return to
mantesh_bubanale
Feb 12
#22569
 
22568

TS-7400 hang on boot up before loading kernel

My TS-7400 board is getting hang/freeze while booting up. It just display ... Nothing more ................... keep waiting ........... It dont return to
mantesh_bubanale
Feb 12
#22568
 
22567

Re: TS7300 only boots from the original SD card

hi, I tried 4GB SDCard but had no success, and I think the HW only supports 2GByte which works fine for me
sirevag
Jan 10
#22567
 
22566

TS-BOOTROM increase boot speed on ts 7200

Dear All, I was wondering if there is a way to reduce the TS-BOOTROM load time, I have noticed it takes about 4 seconds to load redboot and it seems to waste
lafleur85@rocketmail.com
Dec 5, 2014
#22566
 
22565

Re: TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

Hi Paul Thanks for the feedback, and you are welcome :) Didier KO4BB ... -- Sent from my Motorola Droid Razr HD 4G LTE wireless tracker while I do other
Didier Juges
Dec 2, 2014
#22565
 
22564

Re: TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

Thanks Didier for what you shared. I forwarded these messages to my friend and he wrote back what I've copied below. Regards, Paul www.TurboControl.com
Paul Breneman
Dec 2, 2014
#22564
 
22563

Re: TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

You can add the following to the list :) The RPi Ethernet is actually routed from the CPU through the USB port. That has a tendency to make it unstable
Didier Juges
Nov 1, 2014
#22563
 
22562

Re: TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

How the BBB and RPi differ (a list subject to change/correction): 1) With the RPi the RAM is soldered on top of the CPU, a very critical technology only a few
pbrenemanus
Oct 30, 2014
#22562
 
22561

Re: TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

To me, it is simply a matter of weighing the benefits of a board which may have the exact hardware you need but may be less familiar, versus one that is
Didier Juges
Oct 30, 2014
#22561
 
22560

Re: TS-7600 telnet config

... Wouldn't using SSH be more secure? The Technologic boards run stock Debian GNU/Linux, and a quick google reveals (first result):
Stuart Longland (VK4MSL)
Oct 30, 2014
#22560
 
22559

TS-76xx or BeagleBoard ?

The TS-x boards were once my preferred choice for anything I did which needed Unix in a small form factor. With RaspberryPi (and MangoPi, GuavaPi) and
Subrat Kar
Oct 30, 2014
#22559
 
22558

TS7300 only boots from the original SD card

Hello, i'm new to the TS board and Linux, so before messing things up, i wanted to make a second bootable SD card. I followed the instructions at Linux
Fedor Vlasov
Oct 30, 2014
#22558
 
22557

TS-7300: Creating a bootable SD Card

Hello, I'm new to the TS-7300 Board and Linux, so before messing things up I wanted to make a second bootable SD card. (The original SD card boots fine) So i
fedor.vlasov
Oct 30, 2014
#22557
 
22556

Re: TS-7600 telnet config

... I'm not sure if this is the case in the TS7600, but traditionally Unix has an inetd daemon, and a file /etc/inetd.conf which specifies which services are
Joseph Bouchard
Oct 26, 2014
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