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  1. Just a little feedback on my experiences of the MKV. Most or all are minor documentation newbie helpers. 1. Initial flashing worked a treat but on the leaflet explaining the LED combinations I got the Green powered on and other 3 flashing (Firmware Flash completed sucessfully), however, wasn't sure what to do next to stop the flashing (obvious now though). i.e. I took out micro sd and power cycled. But as it happens to stop the 3 led flashing all you have to plug in eth0, hit to complete the install (which is more or less what the card says :-) ). I think just updating the leaflet to say when flashing complete led combo appears you need to hit to complete the install and "stop the flashing complete leds and there is no need to power cycle or remove the sd card". Maybe obvious now for me but I was coming from normal flash upgrade mechanisms and expecting a power cycle. I also noticed later that the upgrade.bin and md5 files were deleted (from supplied firmware sd) after a sucessful install so there was no need to remove the formware sd card. 2. I ran into the WLAN interface swapping issue meaning when I enabled Client mode it disabled the standard pineapple5_xxxx network. Your forums were very helpful in fixing this. :-) 3. I had an issue with dnsspoof not working (config mismatch with my manual edits etc) and with my playing around managed to soft-brick the device (well maybe not, but decided to reflash anyhow as I had played/changed a lot of config). Again congratulations and well done on the reflashing instructions on your website. One minor note is that putting upgrade-1.0.4.bin on the root of the sd card didn't work (i.e. the binary web download) I had to download the zip and put the upgrade.bin and md5 on the sd root. Tried renaming the upgrade-1.0.4.bin to upgrade.bin but still didn't work so assume it need the ms5 as well. Hope this helps. Cheers Neil
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