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==What's the purpose of these firmimg.bins?==
 
==What's the purpose of these firmimg.bins?==
The stock <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> does NOT have telnet + ftp enabled.<br /> These <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> here are enhanced versions which have telnet + ftp enabled. <br /> Only the ramdisks were enhanced, so they were designed for the stock bootloader, NOT for [[U-boot bootloader|UBoot]].<br /> The root-password was removed, so it is able to connect to the Linkstation while in [[EM Mode|EM-Mode]].<br /><br /> This makes it possible to fix various problems that normaly would lock you out of the box<br /> and that would demand a complete reflash via the firmware updater.
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The stock <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> does NOT have telnet + ftp enabled.<br /> [http://downloads.nas-central.org/LS1_PPC/Initrds/telnet_and_ftp_enabled/LS1/ These <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> files here] are enhanced versions which have telnet + ftp enabled. <br /> Only the ramdisks were enhanced, so they were designed for the stock bootloader, NOT for [[U-boot bootloader|UBoot]].<br /> The root-password was removed, so it is possible to connect to the Linkstation via telnet while in [[EM Mode|EM-Mode]].<br /><br /> This makes it possible to fix various problems that normaly would lock you out of the box<br /> and that would demand a complete reflash via the firmware updater.
  
 
==EM-Screenshot==
 
==EM-Screenshot==
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| style="background:#BBBBBB; font-family: Arial Bold; color:black" | [[Information/HGOverview|HG]]  
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| style="background:#DFDFDF" | [http://downloads.nas-central.org/LSHG_PPC/Initrds/telnet_and_ftp_enabled/HG/firmimg.bin  HG] , [http://downloads.nas-central.org/LSHS_PPC/Initrds/telnet_and_ftp_enabled/HS/firmimg.bin  HS]
 
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| style="background:#BBBBBB; font-family: Arial Bold; color:black" | [[:Category:HS|HS]]  
 
| style="background:#BBBBBB; font-family: Arial Bold; color:black" | [[:Category:HS|HS]]  
| style="background:#DFDFDF; font-family: Arial Bold; color:black" | [[Information/HGOverview|HG]] , [[:Category:HS|HS]]
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| style="background:#DFDFDF" | [http://downloads.nas-central.org/LSHG_PPC/Initrds/telnet_and_ftp_enabled/HG/firmimg.bin  HG] , [http://downloads.nas-central.org/LSHS_PPC/Initrds/telnet_and_ftp_enabled/HS/firmimg.bin  HS]
 
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As the HG and the HS Model only differ in the Software (Kernel/Ramdisk) it is possible to<br /> convert a HG to a HS or a HS to a HG.<br /><br /> Do not flash <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> for fun!<br /> If anything goes wrong your box maybe recoverable only via JTAG. <br />
 
As the HG and the HS Model only differ in the Software (Kernel/Ramdisk) it is possible to<br /> convert a HG to a HS or a HS to a HG.<br /><br /> Do not flash <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> for fun!<br /> If anything goes wrong your box maybe recoverable only via JTAG. <br />
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==Info about Unbricking/JTAG==
 
==Info about Unbricking/JTAG==
 
If your box really becomes a brick it is possible to unbrick the box again:<br />  
 
If your box really becomes a brick it is possible to unbrick the box again:<br />  
#[http://forum.linkstationwiki.net/index.php?action=vthread&forum=1&topic=1463 Kuroguy`s unbricking service]
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#[http://forum.nas-central.org/index.php?action=vthread&forum=1&topic=1463 Kuroguy`s unbricking service]
 
# Create a [[kuroboxwiki:Add Jtag Port|JTAG]] cable on your own  
 
# Create a [[kuroboxwiki:Add Jtag Port|JTAG]] cable on your own  
 
These <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> files will be bundled with [[OpenLink]]/[[FreeLink]] images soon.<br /> Have fun!
 
These <tt>firmimg.bin</tt> files will be bundled with [[OpenLink]]/[[FreeLink]] images soon.<br /> Have fun!
  
 
-- [[User:Mindbender|Mindbender]]
 
-- [[User:Mindbender|Mindbender]]

Latest revision as of 00:34, 17 September 2007

Contents

What`s the firmimg.bin?

The stock kernel + the ramdisk is stored inside the firmimg.bin.
The ramdisk implements EM-Mode.

What's the purpose of these firmimg.bins?

The stock firmimg.bin does NOT have telnet + ftp enabled.
These firmimg.bin files here are enhanced versions which have telnet + ftp enabled.
Only the ramdisks were enhanced, so they were designed for the stock bootloader, NOT for UBoot.
The root-password was removed, so it is possible to connect to the Linkstation via telnet while in EM-Mode.

This makes it possible to fix various problems that normaly would lock you out of the box
and that would demand a complete reflash via the firmware updater.

EM-Screenshot

EM-Screenshot.JPG
There are several folders which explain which model the specific firmimg.bin was made for.
It is important that only a proper firmimg.bin is used.

Using the wrong firmimg.bin may lead to a brick or may change the box model.

Compatibility list

Model Compatible firmimg.bin
LS1 LS1
HG HG , HS
HS HG , HS

As the HG and the HS Model only differ in the Software (Kernel/Ramdisk) it is possible to
convert a HG to a HS or a HS to a HG.

Do not flash firmimg.bin for fun!
If anything goes wrong your box maybe recoverable only via JTAG.

Info about Unbricking/JTAG

If your box really becomes a brick it is possible to unbrick the box again:

  1. Kuroguy`s unbricking service
  2. Create a JTAG cable on your own

These firmimg.bin files will be bundled with OpenLink/FreeLink images soon.
Have fun!

-- Mindbender