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Thread: Emule and NTFS on Oleg

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    Emule and NTFS on Oleg

    I´ve been using Asus latest and at least for now I don´t have any problems BUT there are 2 things missing on Asus WL-500 routers:

    Emule and NTFS writing. Isn´t this possible to add (at least emule as there´s emule for linux) on your firmware Oleg? Or even on Asus stock firmware?

    NTFS writing on Linux: (at least it seems that there is a linux firmware device with read/write NTFS)

    I wish I knew anything about programming and linux :P
    Last edited by mmick; 20-09-2006 at 02:45.

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    some1 is alive yeahhh eMule in any firmware would be great, 1 option that's on fault is 2 share in % and not in time with torrents.

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    Well, I have aMule (a port o eMule) running on a linux server behind my wl-500g and it uses an average of 12% of my 600MHz VIA C3 CPU and an average of 53 Mb of RAM. So I think that the 125MHz arm cpu of the wl-500g and it's 16Mb of ram would be crushed by aMule! It hasn't the computing power or memory to run such a complex program. By the way.. The usage of CPU and RAM I reported is with the daemon version = no GUI... So it's the lowest possible..
    Also aMule requires the wxWidgets library wich is too much for the wl-500g too, and it probably won't run with uClib...

    Right now im just strugling to make SANE run on my wl-500g without moving the whole root filesystem to the usb stick... I want it to be possible to remove and still use the router... How the hell do I put the scanner modules on the flash??

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    well, WL-500GP features 266MHz cpu and 32Mb of memory, perhaps it´ll do it...

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