Hello guys, i decided to put this thread here because EFG80 ans NSLU2 are very similar devices. Hope it is not a problem. What happened with my EFG80: It worked just fine for about 4 years from now without any problems. But 3 days ago it stopped to allow me to access the web interface. All other stuff is working - samba, ftp and so on. All my data is here on the disks untouched. But when i try to access the web-based interface i end up with a blank page (tried with IE/FF/Safari/Lynx/Links and from many computers). I tried to reset the device and now it is back to the original 192.168.1.77 IP address. One strange thing is that when i try to ping the device - it responds with TTL of 255. The Linksys setup utility is unable to to find the device. I contacted Linksys support and they advised me to use the EraseAll utility to reflash the firmware (it is for EFG120). But this tool is also unable to find the device. The same results with the Update Utility for NSLU2. Even both tools are unable to recognize the BIN file with the firmware. Then i extracted the CF card from the device and put it into a standard computer with the CF->IDE adapter. It booted successfully and i was able to see that thttpd also started successfully. The port scan of the device shows that port 80 is open, but the web interface is still unavailable. I reached the login prompt but i do not know (and also Linksys support) the root password. Finally, i decided to recompile the firmware using the GPL code from Linksys. Within the zip file there are instructions for how to do that. Well - these instructions and the code are prepared for RedHat 7.1 or 7.2 and i tried using RH9, Fedora 1, 4, 6 and 7, CentOS 5.0, Debian with different results. It seems to me that RH9 (2.4.20) is the most close choice, but even then the compile process ends with error like that showed in the attached image. And now i give up waiting for your opinion. Any ideas how to re-flash my EFG80? Thanks in advance.