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    carlostico Guest

    Default How to factory reset the unit ?

    How to factory reset the unit ?

    factory_defaults

    or

    apt-get update
    apt-get install warpfailsafe
    echo "3"> /proc/warpbootcount

    or

    apt-get update apt-get install warpscripts
    warp-upgrade
    image


    I want the unit back to factory default configuration.

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by carlostico; 04-01-12 at 08:44 AM.

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    All the methods you list may work depending on the age of the unit.


    But ultimately we would recommend using the 'warp_factory_default' command.

    If the unit does not have this command available then the following procedure should be used:
    Code:
     apt-get update
     apt-get install warpfailsafe warpbasefiles
     warp-factory-defaults

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    The correct syntax of the command is actually the following:

    Code:
    warp-factory-defaults
    Also note that if you perform this command while running off SD this will simply reset the onboard NAND memory image. You then need to boot to NAND and re-transfer to SD card.

    Code:
    warp-bootmode set nand
    y
    reboot



    To find out if you are running from on-board memory (nand) or SD you can use one of two methods:

    In SSH console:

    Code:
    cat /proc/cmdline
    If you see reference to 'mmcblk0' then this is SD. If you see reference to 'ubi' then this is on board nand.

    In FreePBX:

    On the 'Tools' > 'Diagnostics' page it will tell you.
    Your Root File System Location is: NAND or SD


    Last edited by mrecoskie; 11-08-12 at 03:44 PM.

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