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electronics:wr703n:unbricking: 14 Hits
'', you will get an automatic connection with the device. Connect your PC to the USB FTDI (for example th... id read 0x100000ff (...) VFS: Cannot open root device "(null)" or unknown-block(0,0) Please append a co... se Then copy the binary you want to flash to the device into your tftp repository, eg: cp 'wr703nv1_cn_... /cn.bin eth1 link down dup 1 speed 100 Using eth0 device TFTP from server 192.168.0.101; our IP address is
electronics:wr703n:openwrt: 8 Hits
original chinese firmware or you will brick your device (see here to [[electronics:wr703n:unbricking|unbr... ou can't kill it completely)! ===== Flashing the device ===== Note that all the OpenWRT revisions are fo... 8.1.1 (this address is written on the back of the device). Beside, the above alias will not survive a reb... 8.0.X instead of 192.168.1.X). ==== Flashing the device ==== Log to the device interface on http://192.1
electronics:wr703n:webcam: 8 Hits
ng [[electronics:wr703n:openwrt|OpenWRT]] on your device, and most probably a hub with an [[electronics:wr... <code> [10627.176017] usb 8-2: new high-speed USB device number 4 using xhci_hcd [10627.197624] usb 8-2: New USB device found, idVendor=0c45, idProduct=6270 [10627.197628] usb 8-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=0, Product=1, SerialNumber=0 [10627.
electronics:wr703n:relay: 5 Hits
WR703N as a WIFI relay for a RJ45-cabled network device ====== Check the documentation here: http://wiki... le! Below is a convenient script to shutdown the device when the wifi is not used for 15 minutes *AND* th... no local SSH connection from 192.168.0.100 to the device. This way I can have "non permanent" wifi intern... he box, which makes it really annoying. Here the device just shuts down when not used after a while. Just
electronics:wr703n:sdcard: 5 Hits
kages because I had not enough memory left on the device (''df'' tells you). I checked with Luci "System /... your desktop PC * open it * double check its device id (eg. ''/dev/sdh1''). You can use ''df'' or ''m... again that the free space changed on the expected device id. * unmount the card, plug the card reader ag... config 'mount' option target /overlay option device /dev/sda1 option fstype ext4 option options
electronics:raspi:i2c: 4 Hits
obe i2c-bcm2708 # Notify Linux of the Dallas RTC device echo ds1307 0x68 | sudo tee /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-1/new_device </code> Set the date like this: hwclock --set ... ll be run at every boot up; <code> # Add the RTC device on boot sudo sed -i 's#^exit 0$#echo ds1307 0x68 > /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c-1/new_device#' /etc/rc.local echo exit 0 | sudo tee -a /etc/rc
electronics:raspi:framebuffer: 3 Hits
r_screeninfo var_info; // Open the framebuffer device file for reading and writing fbfd = open("/dev/... bfd) { printf("Error: cannot open framebuffer device.\n"); return(1); } printf("The framebuffer device opened.\n"); // Get variable screen informatio
electronics:raspi:archlinux: 3 Hits
nstallation ===== Make sure to know your SD card device by checking the difference before/after plugging ... k -l Then transfer the system with ''dd'' (where DEVICE= /dev/sdc for example): sudo dd if=archlinux-hf-2013-07-22.img of=/dev/DEVICE bs=1M To get a progress, you can send SIGUSR to
electronics:wr703: 2 Hits
hinese WR703N almost always resulted in a bricked device (no more light)... So I had to make myself a dire... relay to affer wifi capabilities to a cabled RH45 device ===== On this [[electronics:wr703n:relay|page]]
electronics:transcend_wifi_sd: 1 Hits
bytes / 512 bytes Disk identifier: 0x00000000 Device Boot Start End Blocks Id Sys
 
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