See redhawks sticky on this, above. I don't believe you get a SSH option with a standard micro plus..just some busybox commands through telnet. However there is now a micro plus _ ssh build that has sash as part of it.
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it's possible, but I've never attempted it myself.
The best way would be to compile your own version from source code, removing things you don't need to make room for SSH. Another way might be to run SSH directly from RAM. For example wget all the required binaries, libraries, etc into /tmp/ then run the daemon from there.
Maybe if you were to ask one of the developers, they could put together an SSH micro build for you.
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Posted: Thu Jan 22, 2009 20:05 Post subject:
Is there any other advantage to compressing the CFE? Specifically would it help performance? My wrt54g v8 is constantly locking up due to too many ports open (P2P). I'm working reducing the timeout values and maximum number of ports, but curious of the 128KB of JFFS would affect that at all? I may do it just to be able to run TOP, but curious if the compressed CFE with micro (not micro+) might help performance a bit?
You can find micro plus builds in the 12548 (recommended build) through the link to eko builds in note 3 of the peacock announcement. Pick the 12548 folder.
I take it you have a v.8 or v.8.2 of the wrt54g? You don't need micro plus to set up a repeater bridge. _________________ I fix "shortcuts". If you don't have time to read thoroughly, I don't have time to re-type what you missed.
Posted: Sat Aug 14, 2010 16:19 Post subject: micro-plus with ssh. link.
I was looking for the dd-wrt.v24-10654_NEWD_micro-plus_ssh.bin couldn't find the version in this post but found what looks like a thread for the recent ones. Thought I post it here might find it helpful for some one in the future. I haven't tested it but will shortly.