Posted: Thu Dec 02, 2021 20:53 Post subject: Yamon - newbie proof?
Good day all,
I am a new putty user, and i have been trying to install the latest Yamon v4 to my router.
I have tried all sort of attempts, auto installing, manually, even tried to install V3 but its been a no go.
i figure it must have something with me not knowing my way around putty. first of all, when i try to run the self install, as its detailed in the Yamon installer page,
I get the follwoing error:
/opt/install.sh: /opt/YAMon4/includes/getlatest.sh: line 2: syntax error: unexpected newline
ok, i figure there may be some setting within my putty or i just need to flush out the gremlins out of my router.
the second (possibly related) issue, is that when i attempt to manually install the program, I am able to copy all the files with winSCP, but when i need to run the setup file i get the following error:
-sh: /opt/YAMon4/setup4.0.7.sh: not found
although, when i'm in that directory, type "ls" it lists the setup file "setup4.0.7.sh" and in green color, which means it has executing rights.
so, i'm stuck since i do not have any real putty experience and not sure what else i need to do to complete the installation process.
Thanks in advance!
PS. my router specs below
Router Model Asus RT-AC5300
Firmware Version DD-WRT v3.0-r45820 std (02/23/21)
Kernel Version Linux 4.4.257 #2122 SMP Tue Feb 23 13:26:05 +06 2021 armv7l
Had you read the top and bottom post(s)/thread(s), you would have the answer to your question. Sorry, not trying to be rude, but everything related to YaMon would be in the dedicated threads on the forum.