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RE: axis 2490 flashing
>I found HWID only in Makefile and at tools/mkprod source "prodspec file format" description.
Ok, I thought you were using something more up-to-date :-)
>I set HWID=112 inside Makefile, build image, upload new image via ftp to 2490, but after reboot, we have no >network conectivity. No other places where setted HWID. Maybe I miss something?
Network connectivity shouldn't be related to HWID at all.
From: email@example.com">mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Vladimir Bormotov
Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2003 2:50 PM
Subject: Re: axis 2490 flashing
>>>>> "MS" == Mikael Starvik <email@example.com> writes:
MS> The HWID is there to prevent you from downloading the wrong firmware. MS> It would be disastrous to download e.g. camera software in a 2490. MS> Have you made your own developer board software that you want to MS> download or are you trying to upgrade with a 2490 firmware?
MS> If you are creating your own firmware you can change the HWID in your MS> fimage to 112 by editing the configure file (search for HWID)
I found HWID only in Makefile and at tools/mkprod source "prodspec file format" description.
MS> Note that if you have bought a 2490 and replaces the software with a MS> developer board software your warranty and support will be void.
of course, we remember this :)
MS> Normally you should buy a developer board if you want to create MS> your own software (but yes, it is the same hardware).
ehhh... Normally we always buy Devboard's, but one mistake when human fill order, and this question as result ;)
Flashing "true devboard image" (with HWID=400) by shorting "buttons" works with no problems. After reboot all software works properly. Also, after this we can restore flash with original 2490 firmware via ftp.
I set HWID=112 inside Makefile, build image, upload new image via ftp to 2490, but after reboot, we have no network conectivity. No other places where setted HWID. Maybe I miss something?