That's a bit more complex than it may seem on the surface....
IS your card using a M$ file system?
And if so WHY?
Remember Friends don't let friends use WINDO$E
See also my recent post in relation to using pivot-overlay (and/or pivot-root) on the Omega2 to get more system disk space using a USB drive (or SD card?) : https://community.onion.io/topic/1295/more-system-disk-space-using-pivot-overlay-and-pivot-root-on-the-omega2
Again ... it's the Device Tree Source file....without crediting the proper authors
Thanks for your contribution !
This should prove to be helpful.
@Lazar-Demin Exactly how would you like us to help? A pull-request against your tree, or instructions on what to do, or should I just take over and make the pull-request against LEDE-official, or what?
Asleep at the wheel again?
Please TELL us how you would like to proceed.
We have supplied superior code!
And the community is waiting.
What OS do you plan to port
Cheap CH341A USB programmer plus a DIP8 Adapter
Works fine with flashrom
flashrom -p ch341a_spi
flashrom is free software, get the source code at https://flashrom.org
Calibrating delay loop... OK.
Found Winbond flash chip "W25Q128.V" (16384 kB, SPI) on ch341a_spi.
No operations were specified.
Too expensive you say?
Try a SOP8 to DIP8 adapter something like this one
At the moment the github by @WereCatf seems to be the "most correct" available....could use a bit more tweaking.
The LEDE project plans to have it's first release very soon... 17.01 branch is due on Monday the 16th
Having your device in a stable release would be an enormous benefit to the users.
The solution is to change the MAC in the "factory" partition.
Make a copy of the partition described here :
Edit the MAC ... Maybe use http://directory.fsf.org/wiki/Ghex
Build firmware with the "factory" partition set writable.
Edit the Device Tree Source file
Remove ' read-only; ' from the partition define
Then install your edited "factory" partition.
This should be covered under warranty ....