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userdoc:board_lanner_fw-7525b [2014/10/26 17:45]
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 !!Note: BIOS build date of 09/23/2014 or later is suggested!! !!Note: BIOS build date of 09/23/2014 or later is suggested!!
  
-**Board Specifications:​** ​ [[http://​www.lannerinc.com/​products/​x86-network-appliances/​x86-desktop-appliances/​fw-7525|FW-7525B]]+**Board Specifications:​** ​ [[https://​www.lannerinc.com/​products/​network-appliances/​x86-desktop-network-appliances/​fw-7525|FW-7525B]]
  
 **AstLinux Board Type:** **AstLinux Board Type:**
  
-  * "geni586-serial"​ (19200 baud serial console)+  * "genx86_64-serial"​ (Serial Console: ''​19200'' ​baud for AstLinux 1.2.10 and earlier, ''​115200''​ baud for AstLinux 1.3.0 and later)
  
 **Complete System Recommended Options:** **Complete System Recommended Options:**
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 **Total System Power:​** ​ 10 Watts when idle. **Total System Power:​** ​ 10 Watts when idle.
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 +**Performance:​** ​ 32.2 secs. (Single-core test, lower is better)
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 +  time ( echo "​scale=3456;​ 4*a(1)"​ | bc -l )
  
 **Configuration:​** **Configuration:​**
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 **Optional SSD:** **Optional SSD:**
  
-If a SSD is installed, it is internally connected via a SATA3 controller. ​ It is recommended to use a SATA3 SSD, as some older SATA2 SSD's may not reliably boot, quite possibly only in isolated cases with older SATA2 SSD firmware.+If a SSD is installed, it is internally connected via a SATA3 controller. ​ It is recommended to use a SATA3 SSD, as some older SATA2 SSD's may not reliably boot, quite possibly only an issue in isolated cases with older SATA2 SSD's with old firmware.
  
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 First, configure your serial terminal program to support ANSI color and 115200 baud.  If you are using minicom be sure to add the ' ''​-c on''​ ' option to the minicom command line, otherwise the ANSI colors will not be distinguishable in the BIOS Setup screen. First, configure your serial terminal program to support ANSI color and 115200 baud.  If you are using minicom be sure to add the ' ''​-c on''​ ' option to the minicom command line, otherwise the ANSI colors will not be distinguishable in the BIOS Setup screen.
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 +!!Note ->!! Leave ''​Bits per second -> 115200''​ for AstLinux 1.3.0 and later.
  
 Second, on startup after you hear the beep and some text, type <TAB> to enter the BIOS Setup, go to the "​Advanced"​ -> "​Serial Port Console Redirection"​ .  Make the following changes... Second, on startup after you hear the beep and some text, type <TAB> to enter the BIOS Setup, go to the "​Advanced"​ -> "​Serial Port Console Redirection"​ .  Make the following changes...
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-Finally, save the above BIOS changes, reboot, and reconfigure you serial terminal program ​to 19200 baud, this will match what AstLinux expects.+Finally, save the above BIOS changes, reboot, and reconfigure you serial terminal program ​if you changed the baud rate.
  
 **Photos:** **Photos:**