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  1. This is correct. You can flash the OpenWrt Hornet using the following steps after it boots up: ssh as root to the default gateway (DHCP is enabled by default) there is no password set so issue the "passwd" command. Start dropbear: "/etc/init.d/dropbear start" scp over the firmware to /tmp/ execute "sysupgrade -n -v /tmp/upgrade.bin"
  2. Nope, no adjusting tx power
  3. Update I re-flashed (serial console) one of my Pineapple iVs to 2.0.0 with a 16GB Sandisk Cruiser Fit in the pineapple during the re-flash The 16GB drive has 3 Partitions: 2 Data, 1 Swap In this instance the usb drive partitions were detected properly and the devices were numerated properly I did have to run "mkswap /dev/sda3" and update the fstab to support the two usb data partitions usb = /dev/sda1 usb2 = /dev/sda2 swap = /dev/sda3 fstab is as follows: config global automount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount 1 config global autoswap option from_fstab 1 option anon_swap 1 config mount option target /usb option device /dev/sda1 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config mount option target /usb2 option device /dev/sda2 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config swap option device /dev/sda3 option enabled 1
  4. I have 3 Pineapples for various uses I still have another Pineapple 16GB USB drive with 3 partitions, I'll take a look at it based on what I've learned to see if I can get it working. I also have a 3g dongle i'll see if that's functioning properly too. More to follow...
  5. For completeness my fstab (The USB page on the pineapple) is as follows for my 16GB Sandisk Cruiser Fit (2 partitions 14GB + 2 GB Swap) : config global automount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount 1 config global autoswap option from_fstab 1 option anon_swap 1 config mount option target /usb option device /dev/sda1 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config swap option device /dev/sda3 option enabled 1
  6. UPDATE: 9. Reformatted USB Drive and reduced partions to 2 (14GB storage, 2GB Swap) 10. Looked at device assignments - It appears as though /dev/sda2 is "skipped" during device numeration. The second partition is recognized as/dev/sda3 NOT /dev/sda2 11. ran "mkswap /dev/sda3" 12. updated the default fstab swap options to point to /dev/sda3 (note I only have 2 partions now, as previously stated /dev/sda2 is skipped in version 2.0.0) 13. reboot 14. Pineapple functioning as expected
  7. I've taken the following steps to confirm this issue: 1. Removed USB Drive (previously working under 1.1.1) reset fstab configuration to default -> Boots no problem LAN interface responds to pings and I can SSH to the LAN interface 2. Reformatted USB Drive partitions 3. reapplied fstab that supports 3 partitioned USB drive (2 Data /dev/sda1 and sda2, 1 swap partition /dev/sda3) 4. inserted USB drive devices and swap properly recognized - LAN interface responds to pings and I can SSH to the LAN interface 5. reboot 6. LAN interface no longer responds to pings nor ssh 7. removed USB while powered on - still no response to pings nor ssh 8. reboot with no USB (fstab still set for 3 partitioned USB) - LAN interface responds to pings and I can SSH to the LAN interface
  8. One is automount the other is autoswap config global automount <--- Mount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount 1 config global autoswap <--- Swap option from_fstab 1 option anon_swap 1
  9. I have upgraded my Pineapple IV to 2.0.0 but when I use fstab to mount my (16GB) SanDisk Fit USB drive card I loose poe/lan connectivity. I also saw a similar thread on this issue yesterday here: http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?showtopic=25731&view=findpost&p=202088 I have 3 partitions on a 16GB drive (last partition is swap) config global automount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount 1 config global autoswap option from_fstab 1 option anon_swap 1 config mount option target /usb option device /dev/sda1 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config mount option target /usb2 option device /dev/sda2 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config swap option device /dev/sda3 option enabled 1
  10. I can confirm that I also have this issue using the SanDisk Fit USB drive I have 3 partitions on a 16GB drive (last partition is swap) config global automount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount 1 config global autoswap option from_fstab 1 option anon_swap 1 config mount option target /usb option device /dev/sda1 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config mount option target /usb2 option device /dev/sda2 option fstype ext4 option options rw,sync option enabled 1 option enabled_fsck 0 config swap option device /dev/sda3 option enabled 1
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