Re: [nslu2-linux] WRP400 and optware
- I have a question. What is the purpose of these activities. Source code is
available for this equipment is generally available. Is it possible to
simply create a once running software from sources under the GPL? In the
mean of usage of USB port. Even if not, the source code can be traced to
find way of running software on it. I dream of installing gentoo on this
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rod Whitby <rod@...> wrote:
>> mmachnio wrote:
>> > On http://www.nslu2-linux.org/ I found information that Linksys WRP400
>> > is supported by NSLU2 Optware target, but I can't find any success
>> > story describing how to integrate mentioned above software and
>> "Supported" is way too strong a word. I've updated the wiki page to
>> reflect that.
>> I was working on it, but then the serial port on the device broke for
>> some reason, and I have not been able to get back into it. So
>> development has stopped.
>> > I would like to use USB port of WRP400 and install on it ssh server.
>> I did get that far. If you're really serious about this, contact me
>> privately and I can help you along.
> So, was it possible to write your own init.d script for ssh server to
> start it automatically on every reboot of the router? It is especially
> interesting because router is using read only filesystem squashfs and
> starting deamons added from Optware through serial port access would
> be a burdensome task.
>> > Please, correct me if I am wrong but the only way of achieving that
>> > goal would be to:
>> > 1. solder serial port
>> > 2. login to the router by serial console
>> > 3. mount usb-drive under /opt
>> > 4. install ipkg optware package manager
>> > 5. install sshd or dropbear
>> That is correct. There is no current way to change the firmware or
>> upload packages without serial port access. Even getting serial port
>> console access is not an easy task in itself, even after the soldering
>> is done.
> It turned out that my WRP400 is still under warranty for about one
> year, so I am hesitating whether to solder serial port or not ;-).
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