Posted: Thu Oct 22, 2009 14:28 Post subject: [Question]Hardware Details about Bufflo WHR-G300N?
I am wondering some hardware detail of WHR-G300N:
1) which endian it is in ?
using uname -a, I found that the arch is mips. But when I copy a mipsel(little endian) compiled program to /tmp and run it. It can properly run. I noticed that the Development of the wiki page says that:
The mips-uclibc 3.4.6 toolchain is used for building the kernel and the 4.1.0 mipsel-uclibc toolchain is used for building the user-mode packages.
Can anybody give some explains?
2) Which linux shall I use or download ?
I am going to compile the code to add some program into ddwrt(since I only have 4 MB).
I saw that BS fix a bug of WHR-G300N modifing dir
in Change Set 10092, but
there are dirs like
including code about rt3052f.
Which directory shall I use?
Actually, the only thing I want to do is to move a login program into the route to let it connect to my schools network.
Other people in my school did it using jffs. I am afraid I cannot use it using std version. So I tend to configure it myself.
Now I have a worked but ugly solution: edit the commands that do the following thing when the route boot up :
1) copy the program file from a computer accessible without login to the school network to /tmp
2) run it.
This can be done using nvram.