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Posted by Gravelrash 
What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 07, 2016 01:59PM
I had a look around at my stash today and totted up the boards i have and its more than i expected.

12 volts
3 @ HP T5325
2 @ Pogov4 (sata)
1 @ PogoV4 (non-sata)
1 @ PogoV3 (sata and wifi)

5 volts
1 @ BananaPi Pro (sata and wifi)
2 @ OrangePi One
1 @ OrangePi 2 E
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11 @ Devices = Too Many!
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 07, 2016 02:30PM
12 volts
2 @ PogoV3 (sata)
1 @ PogovV4 (non-sata)

5 volts
1 @ Pogo E02


I can't see ever throwing them out or selling, because at the power consumption level they're indispensable.
You guys really increased the quality of my life.
Now, spill the beans Gravelrash, are the Orange & Banana Pis a life-altering experience?

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-= Cloud 9 =-



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/07/2016 02:32PM by JoeyPogoPlugE02.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 07, 2016 03:20PM
I'm an addict :-) These are just my Marvell based devices, I also have many other ARM based systems:

Actiontec MI424WR rev I
Actiontec SG200
Buffalo Kuro-box Pro
Buffalo WZR-AG300NH
Cisco ON100
Cloud Engines Pogoplug E01
Cloud Engines Pogoplug E02 x 3
Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A1
Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A3
D-Link DIR-665
D-Link DNS-320
Globalscale DreamPlug
HPt5325
Iomega Iconnect
Linksys E4200 v2
Linksys EA3500
Linksys EA4500 v1
Linksys HA100
Linksys WRT1200AC
Netgear ReadyNAS RN102
Netgear Stora MS2110
Netgear WNR3500v1
Seagate Dockstar x 3
Seagate GoFlex Home
Seagate GoFlex Net
Toshiba Canvio Wireless Adapter
Verbatim Mediashare Mini
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 07, 2016 05:05PM
@rayknight - i am not worthy!!

@Joey - they are good, not as life altering as the pogo's were though.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 08, 2016 12:43AM
rayknight Wrote:
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> I'm an addict :-) These are just my Marvell based
> devices, I also have many other ARM based
> systems:
>
> Actiontec MI424WR rev I
> Actiontec SG200
> Buffalo Kuro-box Pro
> Buffalo WZR-AG300NH
> Cisco ON100
> Cloud Engines Pogoplug E01
> Cloud Engines Pogoplug E02 x 3
> Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A1
> Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A3
> D-Link DIR-665
> D-Link DNS-320
> Globalscale DreamPlug
> HPt5325
> Iomega Iconnect
> Linksys E4200 v2
> Linksys EA3500
> Linksys EA4500 v1
> Linksys HA100
> Linksys WRT1200AC
> Netgear ReadyNAS RN102
> Netgear Stora MS2110
> Netgear WNR3500v1
> Seagate Dockstar x 3
> Seagate GoFlex Home
> Seagate GoFlex Net
> Toshiba Canvio Wireless Adapter
> Verbatim Mediashare Mini

Interesting! what OS are you running on these plugs? are they all running the latest Linux or some with stock?

-bodhi
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Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 08, 2016 11:41AM
@bodhi - \i use apt-cacher-ng to feed my plugs/other debian based devices and save bandwidth etc i think the following may be a good HOWTO to add to your wiki.
http://www.tecmint.com/apt-cache-server-in-ubuntu/

@Joey, you may want to look into this as you have "less than stellar" internet access.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 08, 2016 01:01PM
@ RayKnight: WOW! Although I'm heavilly newb, I recognise Actiontec as a brand I want more of - the router I had not long ago had the most un-bypassable firewall (no open ports all the way up if you tell it to) and confidence-inspiring functions. Sadly, on occasion I screw things up and I bricked it seconds before discovering how to avoid bricking it. The only good news is that it was super cheap at a thrift store so I'm only out 75 cents or something.

@ Graverash, perfect, Apt-Cache. As soon as Mint 18 XFCE appears I'll get on it and see if it'll feed the plugs.In the meantime I've become accustomed to copying USB sticks (the two Pogo3s are identical) and that's got it's advantages as well. But this way is professional and probably a lot safer if you've got a farm or larger local network.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/08/2016 06:21PM by JoeyPogoPlugE02.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 08, 2016 11:23PM
@Gravelrash,

> @bodhi - \i use apt-cacher-ng to feed my
> plugs/other debian based devices and save
> bandwidth etc i think the following may be a good
> HOWTO to add to your wiki.
> http://www.tecmint.com/apt-cache-server-in-ubuntu/
>

It seems like a good idea. Thanks!

-bodhi
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Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 09, 2016 10:48PM
bodhi Wrote:

> Interesting! what OS are you running on these
> plugs? are they all running the latest Linux or
> some with stock?

Actiontec MI424WR rev I (stock OS, still in my backlog for hacking, 88F6560 based)
Actiontec SG200 (stock OS, still in my backlog for hacking, 88F6560 based)
Buffalo Kuro-box Pro (currently Debian 8.5, has been running a version of Debian since about 2009, Orion based)
Buffalo WZR-AG300NH (still in my backlog for hacking, Orion based)
Cisco ON100 (need to determine serial access, Armada 300 like Linksys E4200v2, EA3500 and EA4500v1)
Cloud Engines Pogoplug E01 (accidentally destroyed u-boot need to recover via JTAG).
Cloud Engines Pogoplug E02 x 3 (1 running OpenWrt, 2 running Debian 8.5 via your u-boot and debian image)
Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A1 (running Debian 8.5 via your u-boot and debian image)
Cloud Engines Pogoplug 4 A3 (I suck at soldering!!! Can't get ssh access)
D-Link DIR-665 (stock OS, still in backlog for hacking, Kirkwood based)
D-Link DNS-320 (was running Debian Wheezy until disk died, used info from http://jamie.lentin.co.uk/devices/dlink-dns325/)
Globalscale DreamPlug (early version of Debian, awaiting upgrade, Kirkwood based)
HPt5325 (Stock OS, waiting for upgrade via tools from this forum).
Iomega Iconnect (Stock OS, waiting for upgrade via tools from this forum).
Linksys E4200 v2 (OpenWrt 15.05.1)
Linksys EA3500 (OpenWrt 15.05.1)
Linksys EA4500 v1 (OpenWrt 15.05.1)
Linksys HA100 (just acquired, in backlog for hacking, Kirkwood based).
Linksys WRT1200AC (OpenWrt 15.05.1)
Netgear ReadyNAS RN102 (Debian 8.5 and OpenMediaVault via Kernel 4.3.5 from http://natisbad.org/nas-kernels/index.html
Netgear Stora MS2110 (Stock OS, waiting for upgrade via tools from this forum).
Netgear WNR3500v1 (OpenWrt 12.09, later Orion support broken)
Seagate Dockstar x 3 (All running Debian 8.5 via your u-boot and debian image)
Seagate GoFlex Home (running Debian 8.5 via your u-boot and debian image)
Seagate GoFlex Net (running Debian 8.5 via your u-boot and debian image)
Toshiba Canvio Wireless Adapter (recently acquired, have source code Marvell 88E7221 processor)
Verbatim Mediashare Mini (stock OS, still in my backlog for hacking, Kirkwood based - Need to determine which u-boot image will work)

I get sidetracked with work on MIPS based routers. And I have very poor soldering skills because of unsteady hands!
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 10, 2016 03:47AM
ray,

If you can get serial or look at the stock boot log for the Avanta 6560, see if they have Feroceon 88fr131 core.

Verbatim Mediashare Mini: If it's a Kirkwood plug, then Sheevaplug is usually close enough to boot with.

-bodhi
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/10/2016 06:14AM by bodhi.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
July 12, 2016 12:02AM
bodhi Wrote:
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> ray,
>
> If you can get serial or look at the stock boot
> log for the Avanta 6560, see if they have
> Feroceon 88fr131 core.
>
I have the Actiontec source code for both Avanta 6560 boards. One has U-Boot 1.1.5 source the other has U-Boot 2.1.6 which appears to be Actiontec reversioned v2009-08. Kernel source for both is using a CONFIG_ARCH_FEROCEON_KW2=y setting instead of the CONFIG_ARCH_FEROCEON_KW=y setting I've seen on other Kirkwood configurations.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 11, 2019 09:40AM
Hi.
Sorry to resurrect this.
Did anyone manage to figure out how to connect to the SG200 Actiontec via serial console?
I've tried hooking up to it but the output is all gibberish, maybe I have the settings for Putty wrong or the wiring misconnected.
Supposedly it should allow a no password root login via SSH but I've reset mine a few times and it still asks for a password which I cannot find anywhere.
Would love o log into it and see what it can do.
I can provide pictures of the board if that would help figure out how to connect to it.

P.S. Judging by the /etc/shadow file in the open source package the ssh login is not allowed.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 13, 2019 04:48AM
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 14, 2019 08:01AM
Zyxel NSA310 Debian 9 Kernel 4.12 from bodhi
Zyxel NAS542 Debian 9 Kernel 3.2.96
Linksys EA4500/E4200V2 x2 openwrt 18.06.2
Linksys E4200 v1 dd-wrt build 30880 x2
Linksys e3000 dd-wrt build 30880
Linksys e2000 dd-wrt build 25974
Linksys wrt54gl DD-WRT v24-sp2 (08/07/10) vpn - build 14896
TP-Link TL-WDR4900 v1 openwrt 18.06.2
TP-Link TL-WDR3600 v1 openwrt 18.06.2
Linksys wrt1900AC V1 openwrt 18.06.2
Linksys wrt32ax openwrt 18.06.2
RPI 3b+ x3 latest Raspbian

In total 16 devices. WOW :D

All devices used in production connected to one network via multiple openVPN's in 5 different locations :D

Adam
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 15, 2019 05:44AM
@greenwitch
!!..WOW...!

if you could share a diagram with a howto around OPENVPN on these devices, that would be a FANTASTIC addition to the wiki


greenwitch Wrote:
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> Zyxel NSA310 Debian 9 Kernel 4.12 from bodhi
> Zyxel NAS542 Debian 9 Kernel 3.2.96
> Linksys EA4500/E4200V2 x2 openwrt 18.06.2
> Linksys E4200 v1 dd-wrt build 30880 x2
> Linksys e3000 dd-wrt build 30880
> Linksys e2000 dd-wrt build 25974
> Linksys wrt54gl DD-WRT v24-sp2 (08/07/10) vpn -
> build 14896
> TP-Link TL-WDR4900 v1 openwrt 18.06.2
> TP-Link TL-WDR3600 v1 openwrt 18.06.2
> Linksys wrt1900AC V1 openwrt 18.06.2
> Linksys wrt32ax openwrt 18.06.2
> RPI 3b+ x3 latest Raspbian
>
> In total 16 devices. WOW :D
>
> All devices used in production connected to one
> network via multiple openVPN's in 5 different
> locations :D
>
> Adam
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 18, 2019 09:18AM
I'd also be very interested in that. I have used the following VPN solution on my Raspberry Pi 3B and it's working well. https://github.com/hwdsl2/setup-ipsec-vpn#installation

That runs the VPN server for my home network and I prefer it to using open VPN because I can connect via the native VPN support in Mac OS, iOS, and Windows without having to run the OpenVPN client app.

I haven't look into how to connect these arm devices (running Debian) as VPN clients though.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 05:54AM
Gravelrash Wrote:
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> This should help you
>
> https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Actiontec_SG200

Looked over it and I cannot see a serial connection pinout.
I has a 10 pin connector with 5 pins on each of the 2 rows.
something like this:
|X|X|X|X|X|
|X|X|X|X|X|
I've tried quite a few combinations of connecting the wires to the serial adaptor on my latop and no luck. The most I get is some gibberish on my screen.
The option I tried is the same I use on the pogo devices, 115200 for speed, 8; 1; no flow control.
Maybe that is the wrong setting.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 06:22AM
upon closer reading, that explains everything, I was using the wrong header, ...
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 08:51PM
this is what I get when I interrupt the boot and do a printenv
BootROM 1.34
Booting from NAND flash
BootROM: Image checksum verification PASSED

 __   __                      _ _
|  \/  | __ _ _ ____   _____| | |
| |\/| |/ _` | '__\ \ / / _ \ | |
| |  | | (_| | |   \ V /  __/ | |
|_|  |_|\__,_|_|    \_/ \___|_|_|
         _   _     ____              _
        | | | |   | __ )  ___   ___ | |_
        | | | |___|  _ \ / _ \ / _ \| __|
        | |_| |___| |_) | (_) | (_) | |_
         \___/    |____/ \___/ \___/ \__|
 ** LOADER **


U-Boot 2009.08 (May 09 2011 - 18:11:51) Marvell version: 2.1.6_NQ

Board: SG200
SoC:   MV88F6560 Rev 2
CPU:   Marvell Feroceon (Rev 1) - LE
       CPU @ 1200Mhz, L2 @ 480Mhz
       DDR3 @ 400Mhz, TClock @ 200Mhz
PEX 0: Root Complex Interface, Detected Link X1
PEX 1: Detected No Link.
DRAM:  512 MB
       CS 0: base 0x00000000 size 512 MB
       Addresses 10M - 0M are saved for the U-Boot usage.
NAND:  1bit HM ECC, Size: 512 MiB
USB 0: Host Mode
Shutting down unused interfaces:
       PON
       SATA
       Switch
       3xFE-PHY
Modules Detected:
       No PON module.
       GE-PHY on MAC1.
Net:   egiga0, egiga1 [PRIME]
Hit any key to stop autoboot:  0
Marvell>> printenv
bootcmd=aei_boot
baudrate=115200
loads_echo=0
ipaddr=10.4.50.165
serverip=10.4.50.5
rootpath=/mnt/ARM_FS/
netmask=255.255.255.0
mtdids=nand0=nand
sgd_magic=0xc00010
mtdparts=mtdparts=nand:2m(uboot),-(ubi)
nandparts=mtdparts=nand_mtd:2m(uboot),-(ubi)
sgd_type=AEIServiceGateway
sgd_model=SG200
sgd_fw=1.0.7
console=console=ttyS0,115200
CASset=min
MALLOC_len=3
bootargs_root=root=/dev/nfs rw
bootargs_end=:::DB88FXX81:eth0:none
image_name=uImage
standalone=fsload 0x2000000 $(image_name);setenv bootargs $(console) root=/dev/mtdblock0 rw ip=$(ipaddr):$(serverip)$(bootargs_end) $(mvPhoneConfig); bootm 0x2000000;
ethmtu=1500
eth1mtu=1500
usb0Mode=host
nandEcc=1bit
netretry=no
rcvrip=169.254.100.100
loadaddr=0x02000000
autoload=no
eeeEnable=no
sgd_revision=3B
sgd_serial=CSGA1471002700
zhomeid=E8:C6:DC:29
ethaddr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FC
eth1addr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FC
wlanaddr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FD
ubi_root=active
stdin=serial
stdout=serial
stderr=serial
enaMonExt=no
enaCpuStream=no
enaWrAllo=no
pexMode=RC
disL2Cache=no
setL2CacheWT=yes
disL2Prefetch=yes
enaICPref=yes
enaDCPref=yes
sata_dma_mode=yes
netbsd_en=no
vxworks_en=no
bootdelay=0
disaMvPnp=no
enaAutoRecovery=yes
ethprime=egiga1
pcieTune=no
ethact=egiga1

Environment size: 1204/4092 bytes
Marvell>>

Supposedly the root login does not have a password but it will not allow login, I get a login incorrect message and I cannot find a stock password anywhere

Given that it shows a Feroceon processor what are the chances of hacking this?

Also, is there a way to backup the nand to USB drive straight from U Boot?

Can I force it to boot from USB? Would like to see what happens when I try a pogo rootfs.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 09:02PM
veriqster Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> this is what I get when I interrupt the boot and
> do a printenv
>
> BootROM 1.34
> Booting from NAND flash
> BootROM: Image checksum verification PASSED
> 
>  __   __                      _ _
> |  \/  | __ _ _ ____   _____| | |
> | |\/| |/ _` | '__\ \ / / _ \ | |
> | |  | | (_| | |   \ V /  __/ | |
> |_|  |_|\__,_|_|    \_/ \___|_|_|
>          _   _     ____              _
>         | | | |   | __ )  ___   ___ | |_
>         | | | |___|  _ \ / _ \ / _ \| __|
>         | |_| |___| |_) | (_) | (_) | |_
>          \___/    |____/ \___/ \___/ \__|
>  ** LOADER **
> 
> 
> U-Boot 2009.08 (May 09 2011 - 18:11:51) Marvell
> version: 2.1.6_NQ
> 
> Board: SG200
> SoC:   MV88F6560 Rev 2
> CPU:   Marvell Feroceon (Rev 1) - LE
>        CPU @ 1200Mhz, L2 @ 480Mhz
>        DDR3 @ 400Mhz, TClock @ 200Mhz
> PEX 0: Root Complex Interface, Detected Link X1
> PEX 1: Detected No Link.
> DRAM:  512 MB
>        CS 0: base 0x00000000 size 512 MB
>        Addresses 10M - 0M are saved for the U-Boot
> usage.
> NAND:  1bit HM ECC, Size: 512 MiB
> USB 0: Host Mode
> Shutting down unused interfaces:
>        PON
>        SATA
>        Switch
>        3xFE-PHY
> Modules Detected:
>        No PON module.
>        GE-PHY on MAC1.
> Net:   egiga0, egiga1 [PRIME]
> Hit any key to stop autoboot:  0
> Marvell>> printenv
> bootcmd=aei_boot
> baudrate=115200
> loads_echo=0
> ipaddr=10.4.50.165
> serverip=10.4.50.5
> rootpath=/mnt/ARM_FS/
> netmask=255.255.255.0
> mtdids=nand0=nand
> sgd_magic=0xc00010
> mtdparts=mtdparts=nand:2m(uboot),-(ubi)
> nandparts=mtdparts=nand_mtd:2m(uboot),-(ubi)
> sgd_type=AEIServiceGateway
> sgd_model=SG200
> sgd_fw=1.0.7
> console=console=ttyS0,115200
> CASset=min
> MALLOC_len=3
> bootargs_root=root=/dev/nfs rw
> bootargs_end=:::DB88FXX81:eth0:none
> image_name=uImage
> standalone=fsload 0x2000000 $(image_name);setenv
> bootargs $(console) root=/dev/mtdblock0 rw
> ip=$(ipaddr):$(serverip)$(bootargs_end)
> $(mvPhoneConfig); bootm 0x2000000;
> ethmtu=1500
> eth1mtu=1500
> usb0Mode=host
> nandEcc=1bit
> netretry=no
> rcvrip=169.254.100.100
> loadaddr=0x02000000
> autoload=no
> eeeEnable=no
> sgd_revision=3B
> sgd_serial=CSGA1471002700
> zhomeid=E8:C6:DC:29
> ethaddr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FC
> eth1addr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FC
> wlanaddr=00:26:B8:71:C1:FD
> ubi_root=active
> stdin=serial
> stdout=serial
> stderr=serial
> enaMonExt=no
> enaCpuStream=no
> enaWrAllo=no
> pexMode=RC
> disL2Cache=no
> setL2CacheWT=yes
> disL2Prefetch=yes
> enaICPref=yes
> enaDCPref=yes
> sata_dma_mode=yes
> netbsd_en=no
> vxworks_en=no
> bootdelay=0
> disaMvPnp=no
> enaAutoRecovery=yes
> ethprime=egiga1
> pcieTune=no
> ethact=egiga1
> 
> Environment size: 1204/4092 bytes
> Marvell>>
> 
>
>
> Supposedly the root login does not have a password
> but it will not allow login, I get a login
> incorrect message and I cannot find a stock
> password anywhere
>
> Given that it shows a Feroceon processor what are
> the chances of hacking this?
>
> Also, is there a way to backup the nand to USB
> drive straight from U Boot?
>
> Can I force it to boot from USB? Would like to see
> what happens when I try a pogo rootfs.

This belongs to the Avanta family, but still armv5te.

You can boot this box as a Sheevaplug. Quite close. Almost identical.

After that, look for Ethernet see if it is active. That’s might or might not need some works.

-bodhi
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Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 02/21/2019 09:20PM by bodhi.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 09:58PM
rootfs code is available if that helps. I could compile as there are directions on how to do that but no directions on how to load the new rootfs to the device itself. Would it be possible to make USB stick with it and boot from it?

If it can be figured out somehow then it might make a hlf decent access point / file server, it has an atheros N wireless card and 2 USB available.
Re: What ARM boards / devices do you have (not phones or tablets)
February 21, 2019 11:21PM
veriqster,

> rootfs code is available if that helps. I could
> compile as there are directions on how to do that
> but no directions on how to load the new rootfs to
> the device itself.

You can pretend it is a Sheevaplug, and try to boot with Debian-4.12.1-kirkwood-tld-1-rootfs-bodhi.tar.bz2 from my release thread.
https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,12096

But for now, don't update u-boot using Sheevapllug u-boot. That should be tested with kwboot before you can determine if it will boot correctly.

> Would it be possible to make
> USB stick with it and boot from it?

This stock u-boot is too old. But you're likeky to be able to boot USB. Try a test: plug in any USB drive formatted as EXT2/EXT3. Power up and

usb start
If it does initialize the drive, then USB is supported. In this case, test it further:
ext2ls usb 0:1 /
If it successful, then you will be able to boot with Debian/Arch rootfs on USB.

If it does not initialize the drive, then USB is not supported. In this case, find out what it is cabpable of:

help

We probably went too far off topic here. If you like, create a new Debian thread: Debian on Action Tech SG200. The follow up discussion should be in that new thread. I'll repost this post there after you've done that.

-bodhi
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