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    When the bootup procedure calls the post-firewall...

    When the bootup procedure calls the post-firewall script, it gives it 4 parameters. The first two IIRC are the internal and external interface names of the router, and the 3rd and 4th are the...
  2. Here's a working /opt/etc/samba/smb.conf. I'm...

    Here's a working /opt/etc/samba/smb.conf. I'm assuming you have an USD HDD or flash stick mounted at /opt and an extended system installed there.

    This smb.conf will let you share a certain...
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    I think the culprit is the very last entry in the...

    I think the culprit is the very last entry in the file, the one that protects you against what it deems to be "unreasonably fast bursts". Just comment that one and leave the download shaping above it...
  4. It would show up as "[smbd]", you sure it's not...

    It would show up as "[smbd]", you sure it's not there?

    You can also check by running `netstat -tln`, it should show something listening to port 139, like this:


    tcp 0 0...
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    Sticky: Yeah, BTW, can anything be done about that...

    Yeah, BTW, can anything be done about that server? Like replace it with something that can use another programming language?

    Although I don't exactly see what that alternative language could be,...
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    Filling up all the RAM and a couple dozen MB in...

    Filling up all the RAM and a couple dozen MB in swap is perfectly normal. It's being taken up by disk buffers and cache, no use having empty RAM. Run free and see what that tells you.
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    Do you by any chance have 3 torrents running? If...

    Do you by any chance have 3 torrents running? If I recall correctly, it will spawn one instance for each one.

    The memory readout is misleading. Much of it is shared among instances.
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    See the first post in this thread. You...

    See the first post in this thread.



    You need to install the screen or dtach package and run it inside them. Look around, there must be a tutorial for them too.
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    There's nothing in the "password protect"...

    There's nothing in the "password protect" tutorial that changes the root dir, so please double-check what you put in server.document-root in the config file.

    Oh, and please make sure you're...
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    That's just your outgoing port, connected to a...

    That's just your outgoing port, connected to a remote server on port 80. Which means that mmsrip acts pretty much like a browser, so the firewall isn't causing problems for it.

    Install the...
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    Done, I've linked to your post. The handshake...

    Done, I've linked to your post.

    The handshake hiccup may have something to do with the way MMS works. I read on the Wikipedia page that it tries UDP first and TCP second and tries RTSP first and...
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    Have you figured it out yet? The first line of...

    Have you figured it out yet?

    The first line of the INPUT chain is what you need. It looks fine, but it seems you cropped the output and I can't see the flags. Here is how my line looks:

    ...
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    I don't see why rrdtool consumes so much CPU when...

    I don't see why rrdtool consumes so much CPU when collecting data. It only adds some numbers to the database. You probably mean that the scripts you use to produce those numbers consume lots of CPU,...
  14. artur, you need a web server (like lighttpd)...

    artur, you need a web server (like lighttpd) pointing to that directory. Or you can share the dir with Samba and look at the html files with your browser from your PC.

    A tip for everybody else....
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    You should have a complete /opt/etc/privoxy dir...

    You should have a complete /opt/etc/privoxy dir come with the privoxy ipkg package. I will give you a conf file, but be warned that it's not enough, there's a whole dir with over 40 files. Install...
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    Also, the default ipkg.conf that comes with...

    Also, the default ipkg.conf that comes with ipkg-opt:


    #Uncomment the following line for native packages feed (if any)
    #src/gz native http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/oleg/native/stable...
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    Thanks for the "option" tip, I didn't know that....

    Thanks for the "option" tip, I didn't know that. (I was doing alias ipkg='ipkg -verbose_wget' in my ~/.profile instead).

    What do the dest thingies do?

    Here's mine, FWIW:


    src unslung...
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    Yes, of course. See here:...

    Yes, of course. See here:
    http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=2501
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    I know it works with rtGui. But I'm not sure...

    I know it works with rtGui. But I'm not sure you'll get either of them to work on the router, I don't think the PHP there has xmlrpc in it (and I'm not keen on running PHP at all on the router, it's...
  20. Also see this...

    Also see this. There's a script there which contains an example about how to graph disk space. But I hope you know your rrdtool (and bash) 'cause that script is not for the faint of heart.
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    Read this:...

    Read this:
    http://www.math-linux.com/spip.php?article45

    And if you'd have read "man crontab" as the nice error message says, you'd have seen that you need to use /var/cron/cron.allow and...
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    It would hope it only needs to be found at that...

    It would hope it only needs to be found at that location (/tmp/harddisk) and that the disc_whatever stuff is not used except by the firmware at mount time. You can try to unmount it and mount it...
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    Look here:...

    Look here:
    http://vsftpd.beasts.org/vsftpd_conf.html

    It has everything you need to configure vsftpd.

    You don't need SSL for your case. SSL is useful, but not the first thing you need. It's...
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    Those informations are missing for a reason. If...

    Those informations are missing for a reason. If you can't figure them out by yourself perhaps you shouldn't be messing with these things -- you'll be ill-prepared when you get into trouble later. And...
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    Try some other timeservers then, I guess.

    Try some other timeservers then, I guess.
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