I have toronto-N with v 1.20 and trying to update automatically it tells Image corrupted. I have 2 of them and this one is not showing the apps like vpn.
I try to reset with button without any luck. Do I have to update to previous version before use the latest?
In case where are the files tu update manually?
I have 2 of them internally the same as cpu/ memory/ etc.
I believe previous owner flushed with wrong image and now I have to apply manually updates to move fro 1.20 to 2.2.x as now.
Thai is the reason I’m asking for the image files of the previous versions. I didn’t find in any place.
Can you give an help.
In that case, manual upgrade won’t help. The update process will fail because it will detect that there’s not enough space to hold the new firmware.
If originally there’s enough space, after you downgrade to 1.20, the amount of storage space was brought down to that in the 1.20 image. Restoration back to a later version that requires more space becomes impossible.
The reset bring it to 1.20, not myself. I’m comparing the one working and this one. They are exactly the same as HW and memory.
The only difference on the one that is not working are: busybox 1.23.2 ,
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=”pcWRT TORONTO-N v1.20″
and df is:
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs 3456 404 3052 12% /
/dev/root 2816 2816 0 100% /rom
tmpfs 30208 80 30128 0% /tmp
/dev/mtdblock6 3456 404 3052 12% /overlay
overlayfs:/overlay 3456 404 3052 12% /
tmpfs 512 0 512 0% /dev
this has /rom of 2816 and the good one has 6144 1k blocks.
Do you think the flash memory is smaller or it’s formatted differently?
I’m thinking flash harder the device, eventually with openwrt distribution, I’m a colleague pretty confident on those embedded linux. I has been pioneer on using unix embedded for building laser printers on 90s .