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DD-WRT first-time init aborted...

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by jdelange22, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. jdelange22

    jdelange22 Network Guru Member

    Hi there,
    Since I'm a bad reader I didn't read the note that came with the DD-WRT firmware. I flashed the preview version of v.23 but I noticed that after flashing the power led of my WRT54G started blinking for quite some time. From other firmwares I knew this was not supposed to be happening so I unplugged the power. Then I read somthing like: "the first boot of dd-wrt can take some minutes since it will initialize the jffs2 flash device". Uh-ow. I aborted this first boot sequence. Can this give stability problems? The router seems to be working just fine. I hope I didn'n currupt some files or something. Should I do a re-flash? I would like to try the latest beta but don't know what's best... any help?
  2. BrainSlayer

    BrainSlayer Network Guru Member

    this jffs timespace occures only if its enabled. by defaults its disabled. if you abort it, there shouldnt be any problems so far i know.

    while first time flashing dd-wrt v23 some (2 - 3) reboot sequences can occure, since the router automaticly reconfigures some settings like cpuclock if needed

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