On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 3:19 PM, David Riley <fraveydank at gmail.com> wrote:
Updating the firmware to the B3A2 revision seems to have
done the trick. I'm now running through my second install
(my CD is reporting fatally bad blocks, so it's a good
thing I imaged it when I got it) and everything seems
fairly happy aside from the disc errors.
As far as I know, bumping to A8 might have fixed it, but
given the relatively long and interactive process that
testing several revisions would take, I thought I might
go for the gold. For those wondering: B3A2 seems to work
very nicely, and has vastly improved the online utility
(the one reachable through either executable code or the
serial port). It even seems to have added improved SCSI
clustering support, if anyone was interested in that.
And it even feels a bit snappier, though that's totally
subjective and possibly all in my head.
Thanks for the update. I never bothered to try out the updated
firmware myself. I'll have to give it a try now.