Installing firmware on a new disk (Network space 2) REV.2.0 CubanOldDevice Solutions
Lacie DashboardNote: Ubuntu 14 for gdisk and Ubuntu 8 for mkfs.xfs Because mkfs the UBUNTU 14 problem the PARTITION format /dev/sda2 with 0
Connect the new disk to a Linux PC. (A windows PC booted from a Linux Live CD or -usb stick is fine). You can use an USB-SATA converter, or connect the disk on an in- or extern SATA port.
Find the device name of the disk:
I'll assume the disk is sdb for the rest of the story.
Download gpt3T and all sdan.gz files http://buranplanetgo.mooo.com/lacieNote: Gpt3T is need HDD =3T or > 3T
You'll need to have root rights to do the next steps. In Ubuntu you can get these by executing
In most other flavors you just execute
Write gpt3T to disk:
dd if=/full/path/to/gp3T of=/dev/sdb
Use fdisk only to remove partition 2 and create full disk
Copy all sdan.gz files to disk:
gzip -dc /full/path/to/sda6.gz | dd of=/dev/sdb6
gzip -dc /full/path/to/sda7.gz | dd of=/dev/sdb7
mkswap /dev/sdb5Note: Ubuntu 8 for mkfs.xfs
Format partition 2:
mkfs.xfs /dev/sda2 -f
When you put this disk in your Network Space 2, it should work.
It is also possible that the NAS boots, but doesn't show up in the network, and the blue led is blinking about once a second. In that case try a factory reset. [url]Installing firmware on a new disk (Network space 2)[/url]