[How-To] update DStar/PP/GFlex to new uBoot for kernel>3.2

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Re: [How-To] update DStar/PP/GFlex to new uBoot for kernel>3

Postby nick2012 » Sun Jun 16, 2013 7:49 am

followed the steps activated the netconsoled and reboot the goflex
now it boots but i am not able to ssh.
and everything is down.
need help :(
ok the ip got changed
i am getting window with this
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login as: root
root@192.168.1.137's password:
/etc/ubit/images:
/etc/ubit/ubimounts:
/etc/ubit/extramounts:

Current cached ethaddr value: 00107526915D
You need to reboot once to let U-Boot set its default environment
before you update the ethaddr setting with this cached value.
UBIT v0.6 by peaslaker 2010.11-00125-ga21bcca
ubit0-6:~#

sry i am a little noob in all these :oops:
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Re: [How-To] update DStar/PP/GFlex to new uBoot for kernel>3

Postby moonman » Sun Jun 16, 2013 8:12 am

you need to delete "initrd" from either the root (/) or /boot of your bootable media (I assume it's your sata drive). You are booting into ram drive - the leftover part from ubit. You may have to mount the drive with "mount /dev/sda1 /mnt" then "cd /mnt" and run "rm initrd && rm boot/initrd". It may have a little different name - I can't remember exactly what it is.
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Re: [How-To] update DStar/PP/GFlex to new uBoot for kernel>3

Postby nick2012 » Sun Jun 16, 2013 8:59 am

moonman wrote:you need to delete "initrd" from either the root (/) or /boot of your bootable media (I assume it's your sata drive). You are booting into ram drive - the leftover part from ubit. You may have to mount the drive with "mount /dev/sda1 /mnt" then "cd /mnt" and run "rm initrd && rm boot/initrd". It may have a little different name - I can't remember exactly what it is.

thanks bro
installed new uboot :)
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