TO RESET: Hold down the button while booting. Keep holding it
down until the system reboots. You will hear a lot of warning chirps,
but make sure you hold down the button until it reboots! After it reboots
let go. Your ybox2 has been reset. This will erase every setting except
for the MAC address, UUID, and LED configuration. If you forget the
password, this is what you need to do.
TO BYPASS AUTOBOOT: Hold down the button while booting until you hear a single
"groan" and the screen displays "Autoboot aborted.". At this point,
the ybox2 will boot as if autoboot were disabled. This only applies
to the current boot. DON'T HOLD DOWN THE BUTTON TOO LONG, OR ELSE THE
UNIT WILL RESET.
TO BOOT INTO STAGE2: When the bootloader is 'idle' (rainbow-colored LED), press
and release the button. Don't hold the button down, or else you will
toggle the video mode!
TO TOGGLE NTSC/PAL: When the bootloader is 'idle' (rainbow-colored LED), press
and hold the button until you hear a chirp---then let go.
I think you are a tad confused. A IP address isn't a "static address" if it was assigned by a DHCP server. A "static" address simply means that it is set to something and won't change. The ybox2 will only have a "static" address if you disable DHCP on the ybox2 bootloader page. At that point it will always have the same IP address, DHCP or not. DHCP-assigned IP addresses are called "Dynamic addresses", because it could change. Since your linksys router isn't able to properly assign the ybox2 a "dynamic address" via DHCP, you need to set your ybox2 to have a "static address" so that you can still use it anyway. In order to do that, you need:If I leave my ybox alone with the free DHCP server running I get a static IP address.
This is a very confusing statement. How are you loading widgets? Via the propeller tool?Now though I can't seem to ping or access the Bootloader page on my ybox or change the info widget. If I load a different widget and turn off my box it defalts to the info widget.
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