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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby dharmin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:50 am

RMerlin wrote:Post the content of your net.config file.

##
## Network configuration file
##
## This file is sourced multiple times
## it SHOULD NOT contain commands whose
## effect would be adverse/detrimental
## if executed more than once
##
## To enable a line remove the hash '#'
##

## ********* enable Wireless *********
## must set to FALSE for wired ethernet
#
WIRELESS=TRUE

## ********* !!!!!! NEW !!!!!! *********
## if you do not know what driver your network device uses
## then uncomment the line below and the driver will
## be automagically detected. You still *HAVE TO* set
## WIRELESS=TRUE or WIRELESS=FALSE
## along with any network settings you require
#
network-device-detector


#######################################################
#######################################################
############# WIRELESS SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

#################### DRIVERS ##########################
## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## for rt3070 wireless adapters:
#modprobe rt3070sta

## for rt2870 wireless adapters:
#modprobe rt2870sta

## for rt3572 wireless adapters:
#modprobe rt3572sta

## for rt25XX legacy support:
#modprobe rt2570

## for arus_lnx (atheros)compatible wireless:
#modprobe arusb_lnx

## for rtl871x compatible adapters:
#modprobe 8712

## for rtl8150 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rtl8150

## for rtl8187 compatible adapters:
modprobe rtl8187


## for rtl8188 compatible adapters:
modprobe rtl8188

## for rt73 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rt73

## for ZYDAS ZD1201 compatible adapters:
#modprobe zd1201

## for ZYDAS ZD1211 & ZD1211RW compatible adapters:
#modprobe zd1211rw

#################### WIRELESS SETTINGS ##########################
## SSID:
SSID=Express:)))

## your auth mode:
#AUTHMODE=WEP
AUTHMODE=WPAPSK
AUTHMODE=WPA2PSK

## your encryption (WPA[2]/PSK only) type:
ENCRYPTION_TYPE=TKIP
ENCRYPTION_TYPE=AES

## WEP / WPA-PSK key
ENCRYPTION_KEY=4567890000001

#######################################################
#######################################################
################ WIRED SETTINGS #######################
#######################################################
#######################################################

## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## ASIX compatible adapters:
#modprobe asix

## Pegasus compatible adapters:
#modprobe pegasus

## rtl8150 compatible adapters:
#modprobe rtl8150

## net1080 compatible adapters:
#modprobe net1080

## kaweth compatible adapters:
#modprobe kaweth

#######################################################
#######################################################
################# GENERAL SETTINGS ####################
##
## Dynamic IP Configuration:
DHCP=yes

##
## Static IP Configuration: (only if not DHCP)
#DHCP=no
#IP=192.168.0.10
#GW=192.168.0.1
#NM=255.255.255.0
#DNS1=192.168.0.1
#DNS2=205.171.3.65

## attempt to set jumbo frames
MTU=9000

##
## Optional:
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby RMerlin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:52 am

dharmin wrote:## Enable ONE driver below depending on your wireless adapter

## for rtl8187 compatible adapters:
modprobe rtl8187

## for rtl8188 compatible adapters:
modprobe rtl8188


First line puts the emphasis on "ONE" driver. However you have two of them enabled.

Also, I'm not sure if you can have network-device-detector and also have manually enabled drivers enabled. Try disabling one or the other.

Lastly, I'm not sure if the script will like SSIDs with non-alphanumerical characters in them (is that even supported by the 802.11 specs?)
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby RMerlin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:56 am

EDIT: added a few more potential issues to my previous post.
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby dharmin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 7:20 am

Thanks! I have disable one driver. I have Airlink 802.11n usb adapter which I am using with my WD TV.

Regarding SSID: I kept my wireless name Express:)) and I am not sure but it is working for me. If it require change then I will change tonight and see.

BUT my concern is why can't I able to reboot my wd tv with usb stick plugged in?

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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby RMerlin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 11:08 am

Try changing your SSID to only use alphanumerical characters. Those :)) might cause issues with the boot process.
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby dharmin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:20 pm

RMerlin:

Ok. I verified by changing SSID name. Now I can able to boot with USB drive plugged in. As you said I modified my net.config file but still no luck accessing network or internet. I have "Airlink AWLL6075" usb adapter whic I plugged in side of my wd tv box.I can see new FW installed. I also modified S00 custom file to access you tube and other stuff. Am I doing something wrong?

I hope you can able to help me one more time.

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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby RMerlin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 4:46 pm

At this stage however I'll let someone with more experience with wireless adapters on the WDTV pick it up - I only ever used wired myself. Sorry.
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby dharmin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:50 pm

I woo be happy if someone help me.
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby dharmin » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:51 pm

I woo be happy if someone help me.
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Re: Re-Installing firmware   

Postby julius02 » Wed Dec 22, 2010 12:47 pm

I have the same issue... it seems its a problem with the firmware. If i remove the usb drive containing the log file and reboot, the unit loads up as normal, if i keep the usb drive connected and switch on, it just freezes after the WD logo??
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