OHCI part completed

I finally managed to complete the OHCI part of the driver. Right now some of the most important parts of the kernel are ready: Networking and USB. It means that with the new kernel I will be able to make my Agestar function as NAS. But of course, this is not ready to use yet for most of the people.

Next parts that need to be done are:

  • MTD access –> so we can update the flash with the new kernel easily
  • RTC (Real Time Clock) –> Not so important if the device is always connected to the internet (we can synchronize the time with NTP every few hours)
  • Button –> Not so important (so we can assign the USB_EXIT button to do something when it is pressed)

I am not sure if I can do more work this weekend, so I am publishing the current patch that I have with the config file.

the patch for kernel

The config file:


2 thoughts on “OHCI part completed”

  1. Hey Buddy,

    You are doing a great job. Please continue to hack that Agestar NAS device.

    I also has an Agestar NAS device but the transfer speed is so slow… Can You new hack increase the SAMBA transfer speed more than 2mb?

    Thank You

  2. Hi Allan,

    I was hoping I can increase the speed a little bit more, but it turns out the limit is the CPU speed.

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