the blue LED signals the WiFi link status. Always on means that it is connected.

On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Alexander Thomas <alexander.thomas@esaturnus.com> wrote:
When first booting my Overo Tide with a prebuilt image running a 2.6.36 kernel, I noticed that the blue LED seemed to act as an ‘activity’ LED. It may have been configured as a ‘heartbeat’ or perhaps ‘disk activity’ but anyway it was a good way to quickly see if everything still worked.
When I built my own image with a 2.6.35 kernel, the blue LED stays on constantly, making it no more useful than the green LED next to it. I found instructions about modifying files in /sys/class/leds/ but this directory is empty. Where and how do I configure the LED to act as it did on the other image?

Alexander

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