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    Have a look here:...

    Have a look here: http://wl500g.info/showthread.php/showpost.php?p=43235&postcount=35

    it seems to be related to your problem.

    Did you modify the first line in the transmission.cgi file??
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    It's not very polite to post the same question on...

    It's not very polite to post the same question on several groups on the same website.

    Specially, since the answer is the same:

    http://wl500g.info/showpost.php?p=51605&postcount=219

    You will...
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    Did you start the Transmission Watchdog first? ...

    Did you start the Transmission Watchdog first?

    In your rc.local you could/should add:

    /opt/sbin/transmission_watchdog

    That will start the deamon on start up. The cgi program is a different...
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    It seems that you have not set the path, so the...

    It seems that you have not set the path, so the OS doesn't know which commands you want to execute.

    So, either include the full path:

    /opt/bin/ipkg

    or, copy & paste the following lines to...
  5. VideoLAN from a share is working fine for me

    I also use VLC to watch DivX movies and start them from the share via the wireless network and they work without any problems.

    If it does n't work for you, it might be that your router is too...
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    I have the same thing with the KFurge version of...

    I have the same thing with the KFurge version of the firmware. At least for a few seconds. Usually, I see the wlan recover in about 10 to 15 seconds.

    It is something you would expect if you made...
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    I stand corrected. That's good news to see that...

    I stand corrected. That's good news to see that there is now a read+write version of the NTFS drivers for Linux.

    I guess that will make it possible then to do what you want, but that will require...
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    As I understood it from other fora, the NTFS...

    As I understood it from other fora, the NTFS filesystem is propriatry filesystem. Linux fans have been able to write drivers for it, but they don't work that well yet. To ensure they don't mess up...
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    If you spend a bit of time on this forum, you'll...

    If you spend a bit of time on this forum, you'll notice that Asus is not spending much time making our router work as it should.

    The chances that they add extra features that actually work are...
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    Sorry. I have not encountered that error message...

    Sorry. I have not encountered that error message before yet. Maybe the webpages for the enhanced-ctorrent client will give you an answer on it?
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    At the time I wrote the how-to, the flashing via...

    At the time I wrote the how-to, the flashing via the webpage did not work for me or several other people at the forum.

    Someone came up with this solution and I've just made it into a how-to for...
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    Looks interesting. Maybe we can convince our...

    Looks interesting. Maybe we can convince our "local" expert KC to give it a try first since he seems to be the most knowledgeable one.

    I think there are plenty of people that are willing to test...
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    Nice

    Nice job. Keep it going.

    Send a PM to "Antiloop". He (she?) is an admin and should be able to make it a sticky (which is should be).
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    I was thinking about that as well

    Thanks for your reply!

    I also found a command like the one you describe. I first found something with "-signal" in it and later on figured out to remove the "signal" bit.

    A good idea to put the...
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    Automatic renew IP address

    Due to irregular but daily powerfailures, I loose my routers IP number from time to time. The only way to get my internet to work again, is to "Reconnect" on the status page of the router. Not being...
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    Transmission is working (a bit)

    Have a look at some of the other posts about a program called "Transmission". It goes what you ask for: Downloading of BT and a Web interface.

    I'm currently testing it and I'm still not sure how I...
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    How-to: Use your router as a BitTorrent Client

    The main reason for me to choose for the Asus router was the BitTorrent client that was mentioned in several hundred reviews. However, as we all know, the one supplied by Asus is "less then perfect"...
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    Transmission is working (a bit)

    Using Transmission now for about 3 days and finally completed a reasonably hot 700mb file. That's a lot slower then I would normally get (1 day or less).

    One of the reasons for this is that the...
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    Partly working

    Thanks to d3viant, I've gotten it partly working.

    However, I didn't get the graph working yet.

    One things is for certain: You'll need to install gnuplot (ipkg install gnuplot).

    With that...
  20. Interesting find! I've been looking in...

    Interesting find!

    I've been looking in /www/English/ with a telnet client to see if there any other .asp files that are not referenced, but I have n't find any other ones yet.

    However, I think...
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    The telnet hack is a simple hack to get a telnet...

    The telnet hack is a simple hack to get a telnet service running on your router. With this telnet service, you will be able to logon to your router with a command-line client and execute Linux...
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    Seems the same

    I have the slightly newer firmware running on my router and it seems the same. I haven't seen any changes yet.

    Did the telnet-hack again to have a look at the internal bit, but that seems the same...
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    How-to: updating the firmware (v2)

    Based on comments and experience, I have adjusted the manual. Forget about the web interface of the router, but follow these steps. It has proven that these settings work better for most (with thanks...
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    A new version of 1.0.4.6 ??

    I just checked the ASUS web site and noticed that they have published another 1.0.4.6 version.

    See this page:

    ASUS Support Website

    Looking at the URL of the download link, the file name is...
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    I don't think it is possible.

    How the router works is that the WAN port is the gateway from your local network out to the internet/bigger network.

    The local network is both the Wireless and the 4 wired ports.

    To achive...
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