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This is an account of the attempts of Tampakuro (aka Kuroguy) to open the LS Pro hardware to more development. I'll be concentrating on the flash memory. As such, there are two obvious routes to reprogramming the flash memory:
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This is an account of the attempts of Tampakuro (aka Kuroguy) to open the LS Pro hardware to more development. I'll be concentrating mainly on the flash memory as well as adding an eSATA port.  
  
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== Flash modifications ==
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There are two obvious routes to reprogramming the flash memory:
  
== The Dual flash Method ==
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=== The Dual flash Method ===
  
== The JTAG Access Method==
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=== The JTAG Access Method===
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== Adding an eSATA port ==

Revision as of 14:13, 15 February 2007


All input is welcome. Please do not edit this page directly as I do not want any information to get past me without my knowledge as it could be detrimental to the LS Pro on which I'm experimenting. Please post any comments to the forum thread or the talk page.


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WARNING!

There is a possibility that you could brick your NAS with these instructions. Please make sure that you read the entire page carefully. THIS PAGE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS AND IS EXPERIMENTAL IN NATURE. AS SUCH, IS NOT FULLY TESTED AND IMPLEMENTED. THESE MODIFICATIONS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE LS Pro HARDWARE. IMPLEMENTING THE CHANGES DESCRIBED HERE MAY DAMAGE YOUR LS Pro BEYOND REPAIR, EVEN WITH JTAG ACCESS.



This is an account of the attempts of Tampakuro (aka Kuroguy) to open the LS Pro hardware to more development. I'll be concentrating mainly on the flash memory as well as adding an eSATA port.

Contents

Flash modifications

There are two obvious routes to reprogramming the flash memory:

The Dual flash Method

The JTAG Access Method

Adding an eSATA port