[ARMedslack] iOmega iConnect
dowelld at netscape.net
Fri Jul 1 20:49:04 UTC 2011
I was right about the kernel code for making the leds work, I have
managed to get it working. It creates an object for each led in
/sys/class/leds and each led contains a brightness object which can be
manipulated to change turn the leds on and off... now I just have to
work out how to automate that with udev. The same code also includes the
objects for the onboard button, but I'll be buggered if I know where to
start with that one yet. I can see it has been found and that the
interrupts are being detected when it's pressed though :-)
I'll knock up a page with some information / downloadable files and put
up for this, once I've moved this all forward a bit.
On 01/07/2011 20:19, Greg Lim wrote:
> Dave, this is great work. You've inspired me to purchase one of these.
> -Greg Lim
> Sent from my VT102
> On Jul 1, 2011, at 5:18 AM, Dave Dowell <dowelld at netscape.net
> <mailto:dowelld at netscape.net>> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I've installed ARMedslack onto one of these now.
>> * Desktop, compact form factor
>> * Marvell 6281 CPU at 1.0GHz with 256MB RAM
>> * 1 x RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps (GbE) Ethernet port
>> LAN standards: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
>> * Wireless (802.11b/g/n)
>> * 4 x USB 2.0 ports (to connect external HDD, printers)
>> * AC Voltage 100-240 VAC
>> * Power consumption – 5 Watts
>> * Documentation localized for 18 languages, including; English,
>> German, Spanish, French, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese
>> Simplified, and Russian
>> It doesn't mention the onboard flash memory there, but it also has
>> 512MB of flash built in.
>> It's a Marvell Orion board inside, complete with the header for a TTL
>> to USB serial console.
>> The console can be rigged like this http://doip.org/iconnect_console
>> I've recompiled the kernel to include the following options: (Could
>> these be added into the standard ARMedslack kernel config please ?)
>> > CONFIG_RT2800PCI=m
>> > CONFIG_RT2800PCI_RT33XX=y
>> > CONFIG_RT2800PCI_RT35XX=y
>> However it probably only requires the first of them. This has made
>> the onboard Ralink wireless adapter available.
>> I'm trying to hack the mapower architecture code changes into the
>> kernel code to get the pretty LEDs working, but have had varying
>> degrees of success with that so far, I think I've got the code in and
>> working, however I've yet to figure out how to control the LEDs. So
>> I'm hacking away at the default (flash) image (debian 5) to try and
>> figure out how they've done it. It looks like they're controlling it
>> with a closed source binary atm.
>> The Sheeva Plug install instructions work for the install.
>> Anyway, other than that it works well, and it's a cheap device :-)
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