The Pogoplug Mobile (POGO-V4-A1-01) is being cleared out for less than $7.50 shipped on Ebay and Amazon -http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005GM1Q1O
[Edit] - Price increased by over 25%! Now $10.
Processor: Marvell Kirkwood 800MHz (ARM)
NAND (Internal Flash): 128MB
1 MMC/SD Slot
Potentially this could be one of the best and cheapest OpenWRT platform. However currently, I don't think OpenWRT is officially supported or working. Most people currently run Arch Linux ARM or Debian on the Pogoplug. However, OpenWRT is much more lean and can definitely better utilize the 128MB internal flash.
I'm able to boot OpenWRT AA 12.09 from USB flash drive on the Pogoplug E02 (a very close cousin of the Mobile with a faster CPU and more memory, but hard to find), however using the same USB drive on the Pogoplug Mobile results in hanging at "Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel." I'm fairly confident my uboot environment configuration is correct, so I suspect an issue with OpenWRT.
What can I do to get more information as to why it stops at "Uncompressing Linux... done, booting the kernel.". I have a serial console connection and a OpenWRT build environment (assuming I need to enable some sort of debugging). I'll post my console log tonight.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
(Last edited by King0fK0ng on 19 Aug 2014, 23:47)