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It has a curious Makefile in dir There is some documentation I found online on the layout of the serial port:. So it needs a separate implementation. This bootlog from the unmodified firmware shows some kernel init and flash partitioning etc.
The touchkeys on the right provide “enter” but that is the only useful input to the terminal without any GUI tools. The way to test an ethernet connected through a DSA switch is kind of idiomatic and involves bringing the CPU-facing eth0 and the lan0 switch port independently:.
This is not very nice kernel design since the GPIO registers are mapped directly into this driver creating races etc. So this means GPIO lines 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18 are used on either port A or port B, and line 13 datasheft only used as input.
A compiled kernel module named switch. The serial port configuration should be: You need to datwsheet four screws on the bottom and then there are plastic snap locks around datasyeet edges, I open these with a credit card or a letter knife. It is not following the standard anything else than electrically, sadly. Configuring a static IP in OpenWRT will handle the first automatically, the 5 other ports need to be set up manually for now. After soldering a RS interface accordingly, the console works like a charm!
I checked the source code for that device as well. D-Link DIR booting a mainline kernel with prompt in the little display. Also an subset of it called ralink inic can be found in use by Vitalii Kovzik apparently working on the same thing. There is a datasheet from D-Link. All you need to know is how to use OpenWRT. Helpfully there is even a header.
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I use a special gemini. It also just has a binary module.
It shows us that the kernel shipping in my router was compiled on gts5009 25, J3 on the top is obviously the serial port. To compile the datasheft you first need a ARMv4 toolchain to build it with, then you need to configure and compile the kernel, and possibly also attach an initramfs.
See the main Gemini page for information. A modified busybox binary was needed to get the dmesg out. You will need the rootfs-gemini.