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WAP54G v3 and v3.1

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by skrzyp, May 28, 2006.

  1. skrzyp

    skrzyp Network Guru Member

    Hi!
    I have 2 WAP54G. One of them is v3, next is v3.1.
    On v3 I run OpenWRT and all works ok, but with v3.1 I have trouble.
    On first run all works ok, but after reset, when I want access AP by web interface, on console (I have connected serial ports) I get this:

    root@OpenWrt:/# SQUASHFS error: lzma returned unexpected result 0x1
    SQUASHFS error: Unable to read page, block 12b95, size 68e4

    or this:

    root@OpenWrt:/# Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 0000000c, epc == c00a9d4c, ra
    == c00a9d54
    Oops in fault.c::do_page_fault, line 206:
    $0 : 00000000 1000fc01 00000000 804bf400 80761e60 80761ef4 00000001 801826e0
    $8 : 801c0000 801c0000 801c0000 29223224 0000043b 1000fc01 00000000 00000001
    $16: 00000000 80170000 fffffff7 80761e60 c00af9e0 804bba60 100cc54c 806a5620
    $24: ba2e8ba3 80018070 804a8000 804a9d00 801a0000 c00a9d54
    Hi : fffff34f
    Lo : 0000043b
    epc : c00a9d4c Tainted: P
    Status: 1000fc03
    Cause : 80000008
    PrId : 00029008
    Process sh (pid: 451, stackpage=804a8000)
    Stack: 00000000 00000000 804bed40 12000001 00000000 80175078 80017eb4
    80002400 804a8000 00000001 00000000 8001bac0 00000000 80170000 fffffff7
    80190000 1000fc00 803a3ec0 100cc54c 80018278 fffffffe 80190000 00001000
    804a9d90 002fa69b 801e8a40 8013a474 804a9e30 803e95b8 803e95b8 00000000
    80170000 0043b717 801e5314 8013a3c8 00000000 00000000 100d0784 7fff7800
    80018360 ...
    Call Trace: [<80017eb4>] [<80002400>] [<8001bac0>] [<80018278>] [<8013a474>]
    [<8013a3c8>] [<80018360>] [<8013a664>] [<80001600>] [<80001600>] [<80002000>]
    [<8000bb5c>] [<8002315c>] [<8000bbfc>] [<8000b420>] [<800426b4>] [<800423b4>]
    [<800377a4>] [<80037c24>] [<80037bb4>] [<8000f330>] [<8005b9dc>]

    Code: 24423514 0040f809 2484eee4 <8e620000> 9042000c 104000bc 00000000 8e620090 30420002
    Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
    In interrupt handler - not syncing
    <0>Rebooting in 3 seconds..Please stand by while rebooting the system...

    I found solution. You can read about them HERE
     

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