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    Special image required for WL700ge

    As far as I know, the wl700 has especially small flash, and so the standard version of Kamikaze does not run on the WL700ge.

    I am currently running Kamikaze 7.09 (the previous stable version), but...
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    I haven't tried it, but anyway FWIW: ...

    I haven't tried it, but anyway FWIW:

    http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/upnp


    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg-opt list | grep upnp
    libupnp - 1.4.3-1 - The Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) SDK for Linux...
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    Firstly, check that pppoe is connecting. What...

    Firstly, check that pppoe is connecting.

    What is the result if you type the command "ifconfig" on its own? Do you have a pppoe entry in the listing that is produced, and does the pppoe entry have...
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    Have you followed all of the setup instructions?...

    Have you followed all of the setup instructions?

    It seems to me that you are still running the raw firmware, and you haven't yet switched root to either the hdd or to usb.

    Setup root on hdd:...
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    I went to the optware site, and searched for...

    I went to the optware site, and searched for NTFS. There was one package that matched:

    ntfsprogs_1.13.1-1_mipsel.ipk 16-Nov-2007 08:53 356K

    That doesn't look all that...
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    I have figured this out, now. There is a startup...

    I have figured this out, now. There is a startup script for mldonkey in the directory /opt/etc/init.d/ Within that script there is a set of "allowed IPs" when mldonkey is started. Find out the IP...
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    Well, you could connect to that ssh tunnel if...

    Well, you could connect to that ssh tunnel if wherever you were at when you were not at home allowed for an outgoing telnet or ssh connection.

    In the context that I am thinking, however, one is...
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    I already have that running, and it works well,...

    I already have that running, and it works well, except for one thing: it does not seem to allow me to use the web interface to it from the wider internet.

    I can use the mldonkey web interface, the...
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    OK for torrents, but ...

    This is OK for bittorrent, but it isn't quite a full "download master", is it?

    I notice that it can use wget to fetch a .torrent file. So how about any other file (say an .iso file or a .tar.bz2...
  10. Does the pppoe work? That would be brilliant...

    Does the pppoe work?

    That would be brilliant if it did.

    I have a suggestion: it would be nice if there was a way to collect together & archive all configuration files, so that they could be...
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    Not stable, I'm afraid. The kam7.09 version and...

    Not stable, I'm afraid. The kam7.09 version and pppoe somehow can't live with each other for mor than a few days, it would seem.

    Back to the drawing board!



    I tried this again, and this time...
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    I have an ethernet ADSL modem and a wl700ge unit...

    I have an ethernet ADSL modem and a wl700ge unit for my home networking equipment. It was a bit tricky to get these working together with wireless enabled.

    Use your old router first, login and...
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    The web-UI for configuration of dd-wrt is far...

    The web-UI for configuration of dd-wrt is far ahead of openwrt, but that still doesn't seem to make up for the fact that openwrt actually works on this box but dd-wrt is an unknown.
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    What is the advantage? OpenWrt has had a...

    What is the advantage?

    OpenWrt has had a wl700ge variant going for some time now, and it has matured over time to now become reasonably stable and working properly. It uses the same optware...
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    I installed lighttpd and a .php webmail...

    I installed lighttpd and a .php webmail application, and I have checked it from a remote login. Still sweet.

    This is now by far the best state I have EVER had this box running in.

    Web server,...
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    I fixed this issue. It was due to using dhcp for...

    I fixed this issue. It was due to using dhcp for both the router's connection to the ADSL modem and on the lan.

    I set the ADSL modem to bridge mode, and I made sure that I had all of the pppoe...
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    Another thing I noticed: Oct 29 20:18:28...

    Another thing I noticed:


    Oct 29 20:18:28 (none) lpr.notice p9100d[9365]: Connection from 192.168.1.36 port 4355 accepted
    Oct 29 20:18:28 (none) lpr.err p9100d[9365]: /dev/usb/lp0: No such file...
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    I installed the kam7.09 image. It seems to be...

    I installed the kam7.09 image. It seems to be running well enough and stable.

    However, one thig I did notice: when I run top, it reports that over 90% CPU is occupied all of the time, oscillating...
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    I am running an older version of Openwrt,...

    I am running an older version of Openwrt, specifically build 6672.


    BusyBox v1.4.1 (2007-03-28 11:54:11 CEST) Built-in shell (ash)
    Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.

    _______ ...
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    I have no idea ... my wl700ge box is running...

    I have no idea ... my wl700ge box is running Openwrt right now, so I don't have any ASUS software running.

    I can install & run anything from optware ... which does not include ASP, but it does...
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    Anything but ASP. That is "Windows think". The...

    Anything but ASP. That is "Windows think".

    The wl700ge is a Linux box, it is not a Windows server box. Think "LAMP" stack.

    PHP, Python or Perl, but not ASP.
    ...
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    Look at post #6 on this thread. If you can...

    Look at post #6 on this thread.

    If you can interface software running on the wl700ge via a web GUI, then that is by far a better solution than having a "GUI desktop" and VNC running.

    So far...
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    For a long while I used your custom firmware, but...

    For a long while I used your custom firmware, but I kept having trouble configuring it the way I wanted. The Asus component kept wanting to try to take over, and it wouldn't allow some functions to...
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    Well, when someone tries to blame Linux for...

    Well, when someone tries to blame Linux for deficiencies of Asus firmware, and in the same breath says "I can do more with better hardware and Windows and it won't cost much" ... well it should be...
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    Your error here is assuming that the limitations...

    Your error here is assuming that the limitations you experience on the WL700ge are due to its use of Linux. That assumption is not correct. The limitations are due to (a) the WL700ge hardware...
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