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Please note that support for this device is available by email only. Answer ID | This article explains how to reset a My Book Live or My Book Live Duo. These are my experiences setting up the WD MyBook Live up using Linux ( Ubuntu). Only trouble was to locate the device (IP-address). I could. The My Book Live is based upon the APM, a MHz PowerPC based platform (PDF). It has a host of features which are not utilized.


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support service at ediclumpoti.ga If the answer is not available or if you prefer, please contact WD at the best telephone number shown below. Warning: By installing OpenWrt, you will lose all existing data on your disk(s). Their MBR (master boot record) containing the partition table will. ediclumpoti.ga: WD My Book Live 2TB Personal Cloud Storage NAS Share Files and Photos: Item is eligible: No interest if paid in full within 6 months with the.

Back up your data to another drive before installing OpenWrt. Builds for the MBL Duo prior to Although an official Please see also the notes for MBL Duo below.

Download the OpenWrt firmware image to your host computer and gunzip it to receive the image file ending in. Warning: This overwrites the target disk with a new MBR master boot record and a new partition table.

Western Digital My Book Live ("Single") / My Book Live Duo

You will lose all existing data on the target disk. Download the OpenWrt firmware image to your host computer and gunzip it to receive the image file ending in.

This usually requires root privileges on your system. This overwrites the target disk with a new MBR master boot record and a new partition table.

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You will lose all existing data on the target disk. If you choose the wrong device, you may accidentally overwrite your system disk or another disk you may care about, so double and triple check to make sure you are writing to the correct disk.

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Re-insert the disk into their enclosure. You can now proceed to configure OpenWrt to your liking, further partition the disk and install additional packages.

Supported Versions

OpenWrt builds prior to It will fail to boot boot loop if two disks are used and either contains anything other than the two default OpenWrt partitions.

Contrary to Western Digital documentation and nomenclature, the MBL Duo enumerates its disks beginning from the right: If both disks contain OpenWrt, all changes to its configuration will be made to the disk in the right bay. It is actually possible to hot-plug a disk into the other drive bay on a running system, but keep in mind that if you hotplug to the right drive bay, device enumeration will change after a reboot. This means that if the OpenWrt versions differ between drives, for example after a sysupgrade, the kernel would mismatch and the system may not work properly.

No USB. Slow, slow, slow. Keeps dropping connection for no reason.

Other Thoughts: I've done everything right! I've spent hours reading their poor support doc's that led me nowhere.

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The help line only suggests a reset. I'm done screwing around with this thing.No USB.

Re-insert the disk into their enclosure. Potential customers should realize that the My Book Live doesn't provide data redundancy or availability.

It does everything it promises and then some. For MBR: Yes Thanks for the valuable feedback you provided! If both disks contain OpenWrt, all changes to its configuration will be made to the disk in the right bay.

Tell it to use the GPT partition table and re-write it to disk.

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