CONFIG_KAID=y is not commented out in some configs this is news to me, thought it was gone.
Hmm.. same with milkfish so maybe these have been disabled elsewhere, or the configs are old.
Yes, they are disabled elsewhere (kaid, sputnik, milkfish) so seems ctorrent is still alive and well.
One must understand that there's various parts of the code repository that are there for posterity and may not be included in actual firmware image builds. As is said, "pay no attention to my trashbin". /src/router/configs is where you should start looking at what's included for which device(s), but those files may not be accurate. _________________ "The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
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Not everything in tree is compiled to ANY device, you need to check the device config files enabling/disabling features.
In a few months when you actually have enough experience with the code you may even start to understand the finer points of it, at this time, its just stabs in the dark as I see above, OK youre trying to understand, so I shouldn't be so harsh .
When I asked why some stuff is still left behind, the answer was, "you shouldn't worry about my disk space"
That said, much crapola left behind for .23 files (old asp files) and many others have been removed like webconfig files and other useless stuff. We still have Milkfish (one of the many examples you likely will see and find) in tree but its not compiled and all and was removed last year, its strings and other stuff has been removed completely, but still present in some makefiles albeit commented out. Ive also moved many files to the old_not_maintained folder to get my playground tidier.
You should check makefiles and device config files to better understand what your looking at, all answers found within.
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~# cd dd-wrt-master/src/router
~# find . -type f | sed -n 's/..*\.//p' | sort | uniq -c | sort | tail -30
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