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    Small bug in infosvr

    At line 23 of file infosvr.c,


    #define PRINT(fmt, args...) printf(stderr, fmt, ## args)

    should be changed to


    #define PRINT(fmt, args...) fprintf(stderr, fmt, ## args)
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    Sticky: Sorry for being late. I was hibernating. The...

    Sorry for being late. I was hibernating.
    The first script lacks a closing parenthesis immediately after the date command:

    date $M$D$h$m$Y.$s)

    There should be no problem, but you might need to...
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    I'm sorry, I do not understand what you wish to...

    I'm sorry, I do not understand what you wish to do with those pages. Could you explain a little bit more ?
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    Hehe ! Windows manage to cripple even Linux !...

    Hehe ! Windows manage to cripple even Linux ! Good to see it works now.
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    Still very strange. It might be a library...

    Still very strange. It might be a library problem...

    Try once again


    cat /proc/self/maps

    (at least to understand what shell you use when logging if it is not /bin/sh, then it must be...
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    It looks as if /bin/sh is not executable. As far...

    It looks as if /bin/sh is not executable. As far as I can tell, and as strange as it sounds, it's the only explanation. Could you try


    /bin/sh
    ls -l /bin/sh
    ls -lL /bin/sh
    mount

    and post...
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    Sorry I'm too elliptic, what I meant was: if you...

    Sorry I'm too elliptic, what I meant was: if you do not wish to spend the additional time and effort to make and publish this diff, I'll patch my source firmware alone. I hoped that it was easy for...
  8. Thread: Debugger ?

    by SurJector
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    gdb compiled and running

    If anybody is interested, I have a gdb running. It's not as useful as the x86 linux one, but it's working fine.
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    Yes of course I know how to make a diff, the...

    Yes of course I know how to make a diff, the problem is that my version is slightly modified with respect to yours. If I can apply a diff to be up to date (with some hand tuning), it's easier. I'll...
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    Source diff ?

    Hi,
    would it be possible for you to publish also the diff for the "gateway" directory: you source tarball is a diff between std ASUS firmware source and what I'd call you "gateway" source. For this...
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    I'd probably be better served by compiling gdb...

    I'd probably be better served by compiling gdb myself... I'll give it a thought.
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    No MLDonkey does not work. The situation is...

    No MLDonkey does not work.

    The situation is the following:

    gphoto2: fails (SEGFAULT)
    ocaml: works, as far as I can tell; most of the compilation of MLDonkey is done using ocaml, so it...
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    Debugger ?

    Hi,

    I've compiled MLDonkey (with ocaml !) and gphoto2 using uClibc++. Both programs, unfortunately, fail. The first fails probably with an abort() somewhere and the second with a nice SEGFAULT. Is...
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    Thanks, I've proceeded but not yet a total...

    Thanks, I've proceeded but not yet a total success. I've had at 3 problems with the include files:
    1) in include/ios, the operators == and != for type fpos are identical (I think there should be a...
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    Some suggestions

    Here are some suggestions based on 1.9.2.7-7c firmware.

    1) You install the kernel modules after the various packages. You eliminate the parport.o, parport_splink.o and lp.o (might be on purpose,...
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    MLDonkey -- no-avail

    Hi,

    I've tried to cross-compile MLDonkey for my little WL-HDD. ocaml seems to work, and a fair part of the compilation of MLDonkey works. I have a problem because I lack the c++ include files. Is...
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    Sticky: Better late than never

    You can remove your awk with a little sh trick:

    if [ `date +%s` -lt 10000 ]; then
    #we are before Jan 1 1970, 3am, the clock has not been set up
    cat /dev/rtc|(IFS=:;read Y M D dow h m s
    ...
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    wl join

    Thanks and sorry once again. It connects in ibss mode by default though, but then it's easy to change.
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    Problem to "wl join" with -7c

    Hi,

    I don't manage to join an existing wi-fi network with my WL-HDD using 1.9.2.7 CR7c.
    I've a WL500g (running 7c as well), configured as Home Gateway, with wi-fi enabled, ssid "Random". My...
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    Strange DNS problems with Windows

    Hi,

    I'm using two computers linked through a WL500g (with firmware 1.9.2.7-3a, but as far as I can tell it's irrelevant). Both use wired connection and both boot either Linux or WindowsXP. When I...
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