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  Topic: x86 DD-WRT only intel compatible?
cramer

Replies: 2
Views: 4362

PostForum: X86 based Hardware   Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:24   Subject: x86 DD-WRT only intel compatible?
I have it running on 10 year old Geode's -- it was NatSemi back then.

Anything that can run a linux "generic x86" build should work.
  Topic: Apple Airport and dd-wrt
cramer

Replies: 1
Views: 2189

PostForum: General Questions   Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:18   Subject: Apple Airport and dd-wrt
I was thinking the same thing a few weeks back. Taking one apart, there's quite a load of technology inside one. It's all Apple(tm) proprietary, and I doubt anyone has put any effort into prying the ...
  Topic: Eko 12103 now uploaded for your abuse
cramer

Replies: 67
Views: 39914

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Thu May 14, 2009 8:33   Subject: Eko 12103 now uploaded for your abuse
nobody else has this issue?
No. "foo 2> somewhere" works just fine for me. Note, there is no space between the 2 and the redirect.
  Topic: WRVS4400N - Support (Poll)
cramer

Replies: 41
Views: 82573

PostForum: General Questions   Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2008 21:18   Subject: WRVS4400N - Support (Poll)
Isn't the GNU license suppose to force the availability of these such sources?Are you one of their customers -- and thus someone to whom they have provided a binary? The GPL does not require source c ...
  Topic: Website new Corporate look
cramer

Replies: 23
Views: 30047

PostForum: General Questions   Posted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 21:09   Subject: Website new Corporate look
STOP HARD CODING THE SIZE OF THE DAMNED PAGE.

I just love having websites perfectly in the center 10% of my screen. It's the web people, not a piece of paper. Stop treating it like a printed magazi ...
  Topic: New Wireless Drivers @ Linux 2 6 24 (Released)
cramer

Replies: 2
Views: 3963

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2008 21:35   Subject: New Wireless Drivers @ Linux 2 6 24 (Released)
Last I checked (a few weeks ago), it didn't actually work. That's why OpenWRT still has a 2.4 based version for broadcom systems.

PLUS, as of right now, b43 does not support 802.11n hardware. And a ...
  Topic: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
cramer

Replies: 299
Views: 405287

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 9:48   Subject: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
Wow, that's great. Can you share what did you do?That's using their binary blob and almost every piece of hnd code from the linksys tree to keep it from using the incompat versions in the v24 linux tr ...
  Topic: WRT300N version 1.1
cramer

Replies: 2
Views: 3256

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 4:09   Subject: WRT300N version 1.1
http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=24912

Short version: It's not currently supported. It has a very odd wired network setup.

Long version: If you have a few PhD's in the right areas, you ...
  Topic: Onboard Splash Screen Configuration
cramer

Replies: 13
Views: 23057

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 21:27   Subject: Onboard Splash Screen Configuration
There's not enough flash to enable JFFS in order to upload anything larger than a few KB. With a 4M flash router you can alter the firmware image's rootfs to add the splash directly into the fs. (The ...
  Topic: ddwrt WRT310N Support
cramer

Replies: 325
Views: 448604

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 21:13   Subject: ddwrt WRT310N Support
It'll probablly work as soon as we figure out the exact sequence of Magic(tm) necessary to support the 300Nv11 -- they're exactly the same hardware, as far as I know, in a different case. If you foll ...
  Topic: wrt600n successful but...
cramer

Replies: 995
Views: 949102

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Tue Jan 22, 2008 6:32   Subject: wrt600n successful but...
cramer you think i can get some high-rez versions of the pictures...This big enough?
  Topic: change the SSID in command line/without accessing the GUI
cramer

Replies: 4
Views: 8653

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 19:28   Subject: change the SSID in command line/without accessing the GUI
wlconf -i eth<whatever> down
wlconf -i eth<whatever> up

I'm not 100% sure the interface needs to be brought down, but it shouldn't hurt.
  Topic: wrt600n successful but...
cramer

Replies: 995
Views: 949102

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 19:04   Subject: wrt600n successful but...
As you can (sorta) see in the last picture, the wires actually have connectors instead of being soldered, so replacing the antenna is rather simple. Of course, there are six (6) in total.
  Topic: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
cramer

Replies: 299
Views: 405287

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 14:12   Subject: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
To quote John Connor, "we got Skynet by the balls now!"
[root:pts/6{5}]spork:...[09:13 AM]:telnet 192.168.1.1
Trying 192.168.1.1...
Connected to 192 ...
  Topic: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
cramer

Replies: 299
Views: 405287

PostForum: Broadcom SoC based Hardware   Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 12:14   Subject: WRT300N v1.1 - Now supported! - See page 15
Ok, I have it "functional" ... if only for an instant. It loads correctly and links, but some other part of the startup screws with something (gpio pin?) and kills the roboswitch -- all por ...
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