[FS#4137] OpenWRT 21.02.1 doesn't completely boot on RaidSonic IB-NAS4220-B

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Thu Dec 2 06:36:25 PST 2021


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FS#4137 - OpenWRT 21.02.1 doesn't completely boot on RaidSonic IB-NAS4220-B
User who did this - Steven Maddox (Lantizia)

Thanks Christian (let me know if you hear from upstream - or possibly a link to where you raised it?),

In the mean time... does your dts patch also mean the ext4 version (which I'd prefer to use) got re-built as well?  If it does... then I'm going to try that again next (even if the ethernet driver crashes)... because if it's still too big to fit (see my 2nd comment) then I guess that needs addressing too separately.

I'm also curious if its possible to put the ext4 filesystem of OpenWRT on a USB pen and flash a kernel/image to the device that would seek out the main filesystem on the USB pen instead.  This is because the NAS-4220 is fortunate to have 2 x USB Type-A ports... one of which is at the back and would be perfect for this.  It'd also mean there wouldn't be any harsh limits on the number of packages I can install.  Any thoughts on that would be most appreciated :)


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