LS Hardware and Software information
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Based on work by nix, frontalot, and admin.
Originally by admin. at Linkstationwiki.org
Difference between LS1, LS2, HG
- You can find the version number by calling “Maintenance/System Status” in the web interface. For systems which do not have gigabit ethernet, 1.x firmware designates a powerpc-hdhlan LinkStation while 2.x firmware designates a mipsel-hdhlan LinkStation. For system which do have gigabit ethernet, 1.x firmware designates a powerpc-hdhglan LinkStation.
- The powerpc-hdhlan LinkStation can also be identified by the presence of a crossover switch located at the rear of the unit; the mipsel-hdhlan and powerpc-hdhglan LinkStations do not have a crossover switch as they are auto-switching.
Maintainance -> SystemStatus -> Firmware Version, should list your firmware version.
is the direct link.
From the forums:Newbie Please Help, Sorry if i seem stupid!
|LS2 and HG||LS1|
The powerpc-hdhlan (LS1) LinkStation can also be identified by the presence of a crossover switch located at the rear of the unit; the mipsel-hdhlan (LS2) and powerpc-hdhglan (HG) LinkStations do not have a crossover switch as they are auto-switching.
Linkstations contain an Atmel AVR microcontroller (MCU), which is typically controlled by the CPU (SoC) via an LS-internal serial connection. The AVR controls much of the LinkStation hardware, including the power button and LED indicator.
Results were obtained using nbench 2.2.2, hdparm 6.1, and netio 1.14. They may be installed via the [ipkg feed]. All nbench results are in comparison to an AMD K6 233Mhz reference system.
Hardware Table (LS1, LS2, and HG)
Hardware Table (LinkStation and KuroBox)
|HD-LAN V1||HD-LAN V2||KURO-BOX||HD-HLAN V1||HD-HLAN V2||HD-HLWG||HD-HGLAN||KURO-BOX/HG|
*1: There are some which have a MiniPCI slot depending on a lot.
From the Why don't you hack the LinkStation/KURO-BOX site
- From the forums:Newbie Please Help, Sorry if i seem stupid!
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