I am very new to both KuroBox and linux, but here's what I did and maybe someone can tell me what to do next.
I got a brand new KuroBox Pro and installed a 500Gb SATA drive into it.
I followed the Wiki instructions to install "Buffalo Provided Developer System". (ie. copied 4 files off the CD to /mtd device/, hit the red button.)
That was working okay, but then I decided that I really should have installed Freelink Debian.
However I notived I could no longer access the the /mtd device/ share to follow the Freelink instructions. There was just a /home/ share.
I saw this post (http://www.kurobox.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1645
) that recommended unmounting the drive and deleted the partitions. There were 4 partitions in total, so I deleted them all.
I rebooted the KuroBox (power off, power on) and now I can't access it at all. There is a steady power light and an occassionally active Link/Act light.
After the reboot I was expecting to be able to access the /mtd device/ folder to "start over" but apparently that's not the case!
Any pointers would be most welcome.
Maybe it's worth mentioning that my long term goal is a samba server, FTP server, web server, and hopefully a efficient torrent client.