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    Recover from bad rc.local

    Simple question to the experts.
    I had!! a system running and then added a line in rc.local to get mysql error resolved rebooted and now I cannot telnet into the system.

    Using K1.0.4.6 firmware and all was going well, I tried to re-blast firmware using web and restore tool and putting rc.local in web directory but nothing has worked.

    Any suggestions?


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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by gratitude182 View Post
    Thanks grat182

    It took me a while but a few notes which may help in the other thread which I noted.

    You need to switch on the webserver on the Asus location
    You need to enable the photo album and use default photo album buttons
    sever will be ported to 8081 or whatever you have in the input box.

    Once you upload the index.cgi file to the location /layout_english/ you will get the photo album picture you see in the manual.

    You also need to convert the file to CGI. Vim on Windows will not do it automatically so you have to get it converted.

    I have attached the basic file for anyone who finds themselves stupidly wasting 4 hours on this.
    Hope it doesn't happen again.
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