So does it have 2 SATA ports and 1 USB port? If so has any one put a plug like that on it.
I got a RS232 working on it. Got 2 off ebay for only like $6 with shipping. Came from a old USB to RS232 cell phone. I cut the end off and solder the 3 wires to the board. It was easy and Win 7 auto install the driver fast and put it on com port 5 and I used Putty RS232 to get on it. The 1ST part of boot says this:
U-Boot 2009.08 (Sep 02 2010 - 21:48:57), Build: 0.2.3 CPU: AMCC PowerPC 4APM82181 Rev. D at 800 MHz (PLB=200, OPB=100, EBC=100 MHz) Security support Bootstrap Option E - Boot ROM Location NOR/SRAM (8 bits) 32 kB I-Cache 32 kB D-Cache Board: Apollo-3G - APM82181 Board, 2*SATA, 1*USB I2C: ready DRAM: Auto calibration - \|/-\|/-\ \|/-\|/-\256 MB FLASH: 512 kB DTT: 1 FAILED INIT Net: PHY EC1 Register: 0x2c8c ppc_4xx_eth0 Type run flash_nfs to mount root filesystem over NFS Hit any key to stop autoboot: 1 0 SATA DWC initialization 1 Do initialization on SATA1 ... Waiting for device........... sata_dwc: Device found
From there it looks like it say 2 SATA ports and 1 USB port on it.
After it boots can log in to it just like can though SSH only it's thought the RS232.
I got the text of it booting all the way up and to power off.