Differences in Revisions: Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station

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# Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station
 
This box is a cheap (in germany) kirkwood based server which can used as hardware for IPFire. But you need to add a serial console. You need a experimental Image with kernel 2.6.32.57 or higher. http://people.ipfire.org/~arne_f/testing/armv5tel/kernel-update/
 
 
## Technichal data
## Technical data
`CPU: Marvell Feroceon 1.0 GHz ARMv5te`
* CPU: Marvell Feroceon 1.0 GHz ARMv5te
`RAM: 256MB 16bit DDR2 @666`
* RAM: 256MB 16bit DDR2 @666
`1x GigaBit LAN`
* 1x GigaBit LAN
`1x Ralink RT3090 PCIe Wlan`
* 1x Ralink RT3090 PCIe Wlan
`4x USB 2.0 HiSpeed`
* 4x USB 2.0 HiSpeed
 
## u-boot
 
The iConnect has u-boot as bootloader but this version doesn't support the editenv command. Here is a configuration boot from the first usb port.
 
```
`setenv x_bootcmd_usb usb start`
setenv x_bootcmd_usb usb start
`setenv x_bootargs console=ttyS0,115200`
setenv x_bootargs console=ttyS0,115200
`setenv 0_bootargs_root root=/dev/sda3 rootdelay=10`
setenv 0_bootargs_root root=/dev/sda3 rootdelay=10
`setenv 0_bootcmd_initrd fatload usb 0 0x6700000 uInit-ipfire-kirkwood`
setenv 0_bootcmd_initrd fatload usb 0 0x6700000 uInit-ipfire-kirkwood
`setenv 0_bootcmd_kernel fatload usb 0 0x6400000 uImage-ipfire-kirkwood`
setenv 0_bootcmd_kernel fatload usb 0 0x6400000 uImage-ipfire-kirkwood
`setenv x_booti bootm 0x6400000 0x6700000`
setenv x_booti bootm 0x6400000 0x6700000
`setenv bootcmd \${x_bootcmd_usb}\; \${0_bootcmd_initrd}\; \${0_bootcmd_kernel}\; setenv bootargs \${x_bootargs} \${0_bootargs_root}\; \${x_booti}\;`
setenv bootcmd \${x_bootcmd_usb}\; \${0_bootcmd_initrd}\; \${0_bootcmd_kernel}\; setenv bootargs \${x_bootargs} \${0_bootargs_root}\; \${x_booti}\;
`setenv mainlineLinux yes`
setenv mainlineLinux yes
`setenv arcNumber 2870`
setenv arcNumber 2870
```
 
 
Copy the file to the clipboard, connect to the uart (i have used PuTTY) and send it. (right-mouseclick). Then type
Copy the file to the clipboard, connect to the uart (i have used PuTTY) and send it. (right-mouseclick). Then type:
 
`saveenv`
 
to store it to the u-boot flashchip.