Replace the failed drive indicated by the red LED as soon as possible. After formatting and rebooting, if the error still apears, replace the drive.After replacement, rebuild the RAID array after starting the Link Station. If this error is displayed again, contact technical support for assistance.
In such a case, configure the access restrictions again after the firmware update. Note: If your Link Station is in EM mode, reboot it and try again.
- Fixed a bug where a shared folder, user, or group could not be created if its name contains specific symbols. Connect the Link Station to the computer that will run the updater, and make sure both devices are on the same network subnet. - Update may fail if the computer downloading the firmware has multiple network interfaces enabled.
The subnet masks should be the same and the first three numbers of the IP addresses should be the same. Disable any unnecessary network interfaces and try again.
Once extracted you'll get the following files (in this case from an 1.05 update): -rw-r--r-- 1 bg bg 77824 Apr 6 HD-HTGL -rw-r--r-- 1 bg bg 4194304 Feb 14 -rw-r--r-- 1 bg bg 40164851 Apr 15 -rw-r--r-- 1 bg bg 13 Apr 1 linkstation_You could extract the kernel and the initrd from an existing firmware update, and replace either with your own.
As the initrd is only used during firmware update, only the kernel seems interesting.
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