New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

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New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby Guest » Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:10 pm

Hi,

I have ordered new Pogoplug Classic for 39.95 (It is not series 4 or pro.)

Support answered this:
"The processor used on devices is Marvell 88F6192 chip with ARM V5 CPU 800Mhz and 128 ram." !!! UPDATE - it is false info from support!!!! Later confirmed different CPU!!!
"The Pogoplug Classic includes 4 USB ports to connect with standard storage devices, each one up to 4TB. and The supported drive formats are NTFS, FAT32, HFS+, EXT2, EXT3. However, using USB hubs is not supported by Pogoplug, that is the reason for implementing multiple ports on the Pogoplug."

I need further specification!
Has it sata onboard ? can I use this sata somehow? Which debian or archlinux can be used for this board?
Any further info from this device?

Regards,
Robert.
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby WarheadsSE » Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:38 pm

Honestly, these statements are contradictory to evidence. I will need pictorial evidence, plus
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cat /proc/cpuinfo
cat /proc/mtd
lsusb
lspci
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby kmihelich » Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:47 am

cpuinfo will determine what it actually is.

If it is in fact an 88F8192, then it's the same SoC in the V4/Mobile.
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby Guest » Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:09 am

Hi Guys!

Thanks for quickly answering me. Based on your help, at least can start google...

A few days and will have device in my hand. Then cat proc back.

None of pogoplug user opened made picture about board for p24?
Is there a hack to use sata if its exists on board?

Support sayed no sata on p24. I hope it means no official one but board has, and no soldering needed?
We will see!

Any adviced links about hardware?

Regards Robert
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby firefoxPL » Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:33 pm

Hi, I've actually just received my Pogoplig Classic, which was also named POGO-P24 on the shop site, but before I've purchased I asked on Pogoplug facebook page what version it really is and they've answered that it actually is POGO-B01 just renamed. I will plug mine today and try to put the Arch linux on.
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby firefoxPL » Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:21 pm

Hi again, I've just opened my POGO-P24 and it definitely has a PLX NAS7820 CPU, here is the pic: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3130735/IMG_0309.JPG
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby WarheadsSE » Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:33 pm

Yup, matches the P21/P25 & B01-B04. It's a PCI-less board, and ought to install out of the box :)
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby firefoxPL » Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:38 pm

I was wondering about using only a SATA HDD, but I have one question about the connectors, in the picture there is a red SATA connector (CON3), but in your gallery from the SATA topic you only point to the small white connector (J3), does it mean that the SATA-like (CON3) is not actually SATA?

edit: I think I've just figured it out, correct me if I'm wrong, the small white connector is a UART, and SATA is SATA :)
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby Guest » Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:40 pm

Hi Guy,

Thank you very much for pictures(FirefoxPl) and identify device type(Warheadsse).

BUT what the support said? Are they totally out of information??????
Regarding pogoplug.com - I have never saw such an informationless webpage for a technical device!!! and never contacted so incompetent support: They said totally different platform, cpu type,cpu speed, and interface(sata).

Fortunately community does their job! Thank you guys. :)

Sorry guys,for angry but spent hours to collect any technical details and result was: None.

So have I a good chance to have ESata interface working with p24?

Regards,
Robert
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Re: New Pogoplug Classic; POGO-P24

Postby WarheadsSE » Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:44 pm

As with all of the OX7820 based Pogoplug devices, yup.. And I even have picture on my public G+ album.
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