no reformat: fat16 -> ext2/3 using NAS, SH script during start or using Webinterface (in nsa210 can`t select filesystem, option is missing in my case)Mijzelf wrote:In that case the stick obviously does *something*micjsas wrote:or hangs during startup (endless SYS blinking)So you're using a FAT stick? In that case you can try to reformat it ext2/3 yourself, on your favorite Linux box, or maybe using this trick:no reformat(Don't know if this option is available on the NSA-210)Mijzelf wrote:2) Use the Webinterface to login to your box as admin.
3) Goto Administration->Storage
4) Use the 'Create an External Volume' button to change the filesystem of the stick to EXT2. This step will destroy all data on the stick.
had to format stick in ext2 manually then copy FFP file and reboot, after system back i checked and nothing changed, no telnet, no changes in files on stick .tar
could you write a simple script which allows to check whether a usb_key_func.sh is executed, for example, place in usb_key_func.sh command to write a empty file on a stick ?