Sorry, I short-circuited it trying to fix it, and it's now in the trash. So, I totally bricked this thing within two hours of arrival. I intended on adding a serial port and trying to compile a custom kernel so that it'd boot Debian or another distribution from one of the hard drives. Unfortunately I messed up adding the serial port when I accidentally removed the point of contact on the RxD pin. I then messed it up further trying to fix it, so the serial port is a goner unless you know some sort of PCB magic. The thing still worked, so I thought I could work it through the RedBoot telnet interface and load kernels using TFTP before I flashed anything. Of course curiosity kicked in and I wondered what the 'flash' command did, hoping it'd produce usage information, but instead it seems to have overwritten at least part of the flash so that the unit no longer boots, not even into RedBoot. I don't think I really have the patience to deal with yet another bricked device, and the use I had for this thing was superfluous at best so I think it's best for me to part with it and not waste any more of my time trying to fix it. If you want to mess with it, try to fix it with JTAG or otherwise do something with it, please let me know and I will send it to you for the cost of shipping.