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May 15, 2007, at 02:22 PM by fcarolo -- formatting, removed false wikilinks
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This page is out of date. UpSlug? is superceded by UpSlug2?. Please use it instead.

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This page is out of date. UpSlug is superceded by UpSlug2. Please use it instead.

May 13, 2007, at 11:23 PM by Phil Endecott -- Upslug replaced by UpSlug2
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This page is out of date. UpSlug? is superceded by UpSlug2?. Please use it instead.

May 12, 2007, at 07:31 PM by halfer -- Note on using wireless
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  1. The tool will ask you to select your slug, note that sometimes the tool will recognize other devices than slugs on the network so make sure to pick the right device.
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  1. The tool will ask you to select your slug, note that sometimes the tool will recognize other devices than slugs on the network so make sure to pick the right device.

Note from halfer, 12 May 2007: In reference to one of the points above, upslug2 performed very well over wireless. I just added --device ra0 to switch the PCMCIA wireless card on my laptop, and it found my slug in upgrade mode without grumbling.

February 03, 2007, at 05:37 PM by markstinson -- updated CVS checkout link from sourceforge.net
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cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/nslu co upslug

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cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@nslu.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/nslu co -P upslug

April 26, 2005, at 04:27 PM by mfield3 --
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  1. See the Main UpSlug Page for command line switches. You will need them, for example if your default network connection is not on eth0. Also note that upslug does not seem to work well over a wireless connection.
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  1. See the Main UpSlug Page for command line switches. You will need them, for example, if your default network connection is not on eth0. Also note that upslug does not seem to work well over a wireless connection.
April 26, 2005, at 04:26 PM by mfield3 --
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Seee the Main UpSlug Page for command line switches. You will need them, for example if your default network connection is not on eth0. Also note that upslug does not seem to work well over a wireless connection.

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  1. See the Main UpSlug Page for command line switches. You will need them, for example if your default network connection is not on eth0. Also note that upslug does not seem to work well over a wireless connection.
April 26, 2005, at 04:25 PM by mfield3 --
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Seee the Main UpSlug Page for command line switches. You will need them, for example if your default network connection is not on eth0. Also note that upslug does not seem to work well over a wireless connection.

April 26, 2005, at 03:17 PM by Anonymous --
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sudo ./upslug --upload image_name.img

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sudo ./upslug -u image_name.img

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November 21, 2004, at 07:32 AM by ChrisE --
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  1. The tool will ask you to select your slug, not that sometimes the tool will recognize other devices than slugs on the network so make sure to pick the right device.
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  1. The tool will ask you to select your slug, note that sometimes the tool will recognize other devices than slugs on the network so make sure to pick the right device.
November 21, 2004, at 07:32 AM by ChrisE --
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sudo ./upslug --upload image_name.img

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sudo ./upslug --upload image_name.img

  1. The tool will ask you to select your slug, not that sometimes the tool will recognize other devices than slugs on the network so make sure to pick the right device.
November 21, 2004, at 07:31 AM by ChrisE --
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  1. You will need to obtain the Main.UpSlug UpSlug? tool from the CVS.
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  1. You will need to obtain the Main.UpSlug UpSlug? tool from the CVS. In the directory in which you want to store the tool type:
    cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/nslu co upslug
  2. To make the utility type:
    make
  3. Now move the firmware file that you wish to flash into the upslug directory and type (replacing image_name.img with the image file you wish to flash:
    sudo ./upslug --upload image_name.img
November 21, 2004, at 07:26 AM by ChrisE --
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  1. You will need to obtain the Main.UpSlugUpSlug tool from the CVS.
November 21, 2004, at 07:24 AM by ChrisE --
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  1. You will need to obtain the UpSlug? tool from the CVS.
November 21, 2004, at 07:23 AM by ChrisE --
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  1. You will need to obtain the Main.UpSlugUpSlug tool from the CVS.
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  1. You will need to obtain the Main.UpSlug UpSlug? tool from the CVS.
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Based on work by Phil Endecott, halfer, markstinson, mfield3, Anonymous, tman, ka6sox, and ChrisE.
Originally by ChrisE.
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