Giuseppe Sacco wrote:
I think my O2 just blowed up :-(
Actually it doesn't switch on. Even unplugging and plugging again the
power cord, it stay off.
Pull the mainboard out, find the flash-clear jumper, cover it with a
nearby jumper cap (this jumper and cap should be near the RTC, a
Dallas chip). Pop the board back into the system, and see if it
powers on. If it does, power back off, remove the jumper cap, and
then power back up, and it should power up fine.
Thank you very much: this solved the problem and the O2 is now back again.
Drop minicom, I get nothing but trouble with it. Use "xc", a small,
simple dial program. If it's not on your system, you'll have to
install it via whatever means your working distro provides, then do this:
Now I tried using minicom, cu and xc. All of them gave me the same
Please note that, using the same configuration, I may see the console
output if I use the actual kernel.
The kernel that isn't working is almost any kernel compiled from about
start of december. (Prior to this I never managed to compile a kernel
from CVS sources.)
In order to compile the kernel, I cd /usr/local/src/linux and type:
> make-kpkg --revision $(date +%Y%m%d) --rootcmd sudo kernel-image
Any other idea?
P.S. When compiling I always get this error:
scripts/kconfig/conf -o arch/mips/Kconfig
arch/mips/Kconfig:1598: can't open file "arch/mips/oprofile/Kconfig"
make: *** [oldconfig] Error 1
make: *** [oldconfig] Error 2