Posts by lexje37

    Shit, have B.


    Why, i always use cf mulitboot for spare the flash voor many times flashing.


    PLi® openpli dm8000


    dm8000 login: root
    root@dm8000 ~ # cd /
    root@dm8000 / # md5sum /dev/mtd1
    c97ba55b74c93e97d82fbec08770aeaf /dev/mtd1
    root@dm8000 / #
    root@dm8000 / # nand_check /dev/mtd0
    Flash type is 4
    Block size 131072, page size 2048, OOB size 64
    268435456 bytes, 2048 blocks


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    root@dm8000 / #

    PLi® openpli dm8000


    dm8000 login: root
    root@dm8000 ~ # cd /
    root@dm8000 / # find /dev/mtd*
    /dev/mtd0
    /dev/mtd0ro
    /dev/mtd1
    /dev/mtd1ro
    /dev/mtd2
    /dev/mtd2ro
    /dev/mtd3
    /dev/mtd3ro
    /dev/mtd4
    /dev/mtd4ro
    /dev/mtd5
    /dev/mtd5ro
    /dev/mtd6
    /dev/mtd6ro
    /dev/mtdblock0
    /dev/mtdblock1
    /dev/mtdblock2
    /dev/mtdblock3
    /dev/mtdblock4
    /dev/mtdblock5
    /dev/mtdblock6
    root@dm8000 / #

    PLi® openpli dm8000


    dm8000 login: root
    root@dm8000 ~ # cd /
    root@dm8000 / # nand_check /dev/mtd/0
    open flash: No such file or directory
    root@dm8000 / # cd dev
    root@dm8000 /dev # cd mtd
    -sh: cd: can't cd to mtd
    root@dm8000 /dev # cd mtd/0
    -sh: cd: can't cd to mtd/0
    root@dm8000 /dev # nand_check /dev/mtd/0
    open flash: No such file or directory
    root@dm8000 /dev #

    Quote

    Originally posted by gutemine


    strange, you are the only one who has a differend md5 in his 8000 - are you really having the latest ss76 in your box ?


    Could you make a bootlog and check if you have any bad blocks in your flash memory (or use the nficheck plugin) ?


    I have ssl 76, my box is from 6 months after introductie .


    How can i make a bootlog?


    From my dm8000 is this.


    root@dm8000 /media/ba # md5sum /dev/mtd1
    c97ba55b74c93e97d82fbec08770aeaf /dev/mtd1

    I think te problem is openpli oe 1.6



    PLi® openpli dm8000


    dm8000 login: root
    root@dm8000 ~ # cd /
    root@dm8000 / # cd tmp
    root@dm8000 /tmp # ipkg install enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen_5.1.20_mips
    el.ipk
    Installing enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen (5.1.20) to root...
    ================================================================
    It's a Dream !
    ================================================================
    dm8000
    ================================================================
    secondstage loader OK
    ================================================================
    now checking Kernel of Image in Flash
    ================================================================
    Barry Allen already installed, no Format needed
    You can relax now !
    Configuring enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen
    Integrating Barry Allen into Flash Image
    Looks like your Dreambox doesn't have a local harddisk mounted !
    /MB_Images will be created on /media/ba/MB_Images
    Integrating Barry Allen into WebIF
    Flash Kernel Version: 2.6.18-7.3-dm8000
    Barry Allen feels home at /dev/sdb1
    disabled keep squashfs
    bapostinst is disabled - enable with the Barry Allen Plugin if wanted
    second Image in Flash of 8000 is already disabled
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    Installation or Upgrade of Barry Allen is now finished !
    If this is a new installation, then please reboot NOW
    to check if Barry Allen Plugin shows up in the Plugin List !
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    PS: You can ignore any file_move or Can't open status file
    errors after this, they don't hurt
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    root@dm8000 /tmp #
    Broadcast message from root (tty0) (Tue May 4 01:36:22 2010):


    The system is going down for reboot NOW!

    Tnx for uploading again.


    Still not working for me.


    PLi® openpli dm8000


    dm8000 login: cd /
    Password:
    Login incorrect
    dm8000 login: root
    root@dm8000 ~ # cd /
    root@dm8000 / # cd tmp
    root@dm8000 /tmp # ipkg install enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen_5.1.19_mips
    el.ipk
    ipkg: Cannot create directory `/media/cf//usr': Input/output error
    ipkg: Cannot create directory `/media/cf//usr': Input/output error
    Installing enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen (5.1.19) to root...
    ================================================================
    It's a Dream !
    ================================================================
    dm8000
    ================================================================
    secondstage loader OK
    ================================================================
    now checking Kernel of Image in Flash
    ================================================================
    Barry Allen will be on device /dev/sdb1 !
    Erasing Barry Allen device ...
    Making empty ext3 Filesystem ...
    Configuring enigma2-plugin-extensions-barryallen
    Integrating Barry Allen into Flash Image
    Looks like your Dreambox doesn't have a local harddisk mounted !
    /MB_Images will be created on /media/ba/MB_Images
    Integrating Barry Allen into WebIF
    Flash Kernel Version: 2.6.18-7.3-dm8000
    Barry Allen feels home at /dev/sdb1
    disabled keep squashfs
    bapostinst is disabled - enable with the Barry Allen Plugin if wanted
    Restarting enigma to get Barry Allen V5.1.19 into Plugin List
    second Image in Flash of 8000 is now disabled
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    Installation or Upgrade of Barry Allen is now finished !
    If this is a new installation, then please reboot NOW
    to check if Barry Allen Plugin shows up in the Plugin List !
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    PS: You can ignore any file_move or Can't open status file
    errors after this, they don't hurt
    ----------------------------------