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jumran
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 1:50    Post subject: Reply with quote
crashfly wrote:
basmaf wrote:
Since I got no response from frater concerning updating his scripts.
I don't see any other options...

Please don't misunderstand me I'm trying to bring OTRW back to life

basmaf..

With that being said, maybe whole setup should be hosted elsewhere? I do not want to "rip off" frater's hard work, but if he has chosen to abandon this project, maybe it needs to be moved?


Agreed, we need a new host and maintainer for this project. Hopefully frater won't mind.

I think it's time for optware the right way part deux just like My Page was taken and improved in part deux after the original dev abandoned it.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 2:46    Post subject: Reply with quote
Thanks for all your help trying to sort this out, here's an update:

Using:

service asiablock stop
rm /opt/etc/iptables.asia*
wget -O /tmp/prep_optware http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/download.php?id=22258
sh /tmp/prep_optware
service asiablock start

No luck, here is the output. I tried it 2x, once as your wrote it, the second time I rebooted before 'service asisblock start'

S95asiablock: Restart firewall
/usr/sbin/wl:-i eth2 interference 3 ->wl driver adapter not found
/usr/sbin/wl:-i eth2 interference 3 ->wl driver adapter not found
/usr/sbin/wl:-i eth2 interference 3 ->wl driver adapter not found
/usr/sbin/wl:-i eth2 interference 3 ->wl driver adapter not found
S95asiablock: It took 3 seconds to load 1227 rules into iptables
root@ddwrt:~# grep '#!/bin/sh" >${SPAMfilepath}' /opt/etc/init.d/S95asiablock
echo -e "#!/bin/sh" >${SPAMfilepath}
root@ddwrt:~# grep "bof" /opt/etc/init.d/S95asiablock
echo -e "# bof" >>${SPAMfilepath}
root@ddwrt:~# cat /opt/etc/iptables.asia | head -n 2
#!/bin/sh
# bof



***slobodan***
#work around, some Qs. not sure where to run these commands, in terminal or logged into my router. tried in terminal with not much success.

cd /
tar xvf /mnt/S95.tar

***


I have 3 of these routers at different locations for friends, same hardware, same KingKong build, everything. When i get OTRW up and running on my USB would I be able to clone it via clonzilla and put them into all the routers? Or does each router require a unique install?

I will continue to read the forums and tinker in nano, if I have any luck, will post.

TY

FE
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 6:41    Post subject: Reply with quote
I am build my own reps Shocked

1 as a copy of original scripts with only bugs fixed
2 MY-WAY with my-page incl. and more mods to the scripts.

When I'm sure it works as it should I will open it to the public.

@ Jumran, crashfly
It still needs to be checked but can I count on you 2 to test check my work. clean installs upgrades?

basmaf...
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 7:00    Post subject: Reply with quote
fisheater wrote:
I have 3 of these routers at different locations for friends, same hardware, same KingKong build, everything. When i get OTRW up and running on my USB would I be able to clone it via clonzilla and put them into all the routers? Or does each router require a unique install?

I will continue to read the forums and tinker in nano, if I have any luck, will post.

TY

FE


Your problems with asiablock are solved..
But i still dont get why you get:
/usr/sbin/wl:-i eth2 interference 3 ->wl driver adapter not found

Can what is under the commands page under startup / firewall commands.
and the output of:

Code:
nvram get rc_firewall
nvram get rc_startup
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 13:09    Post subject: Reply with quote
You can count on me to test the scripts.

basmaf wrote:
I am build my own reps Shocked

1 as a copy of original scripts with only bugs fixed
2 MY-WAY with my-page incl. and more mods to the scripts.

When I'm sure it works as it should I will open it to the public.

@ Jumran, crashfly
It still needs to be checked but can I count on you 2 to test check my work. clean installs upgrades?

basmaf...

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 23:14    Post subject: Reply with quote
basmaf wrote:
I am build my own reps Shocked

1 as a copy of original scripts with only bugs fixed
2 MY-WAY with my-page incl. and more mods to the scripts.

When I'm sure it works as it should I will open it to the public.

@ Jumran, crashfly
It still needs to be checked but can I count on you 2 to test check my work. clean installs upgrades?

basmaf...

Yeah, I can help out. I have recently acquired a E3000 that I would like to test out. I would set up hosting on my linux server, but I am not sure how frater had his originally set up. I *might* be able to locate an inexpensive server somewhere.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 0:53    Post subject: Reply with quote
fisheater wrote:
***slobodan***
#work around, some Qs. not sure where to run these commands, in terminal or logged into my router. tried in terminal with not much success.

cd /
tar xvf /mnt/S95.tar

You have to run them via telnet/ssh to the router. Of course, you have to put S95.tar in /mnt . This is the only way it can be extracted from there. If you have another configuration, scp/ftp the file to the router and enter:

cd /
tar xvf /mypath/S95.tar

wherein mypath is the path to the file.

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basmaf
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 6:41    Post subject: Reply with quote
@ wabe/crashfly

Already have it running on my server, just needs to do some last test runs.
I created a copy of fraters scripts with fixes included.
Next weekend it should be ready for you to test.
I will be on a short holiday leaving tomorrow...

You would only needs to change the web site.

Thanks
basmaf..
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 22:09    Post subject: Reply with quote
basmaf wrote:
Everybody who uses OTRW on recent builds will have issues and is required to modify scripts and in some cases create symlinks. Which makes OTRW unusable for the less experienced users

Could you put a build number on "recent"? I'm going to be setting this up for someone, and I'd like it to Just Work. If that means 14929, fine, but OTOH, the wiki for this topic suggests grabbing the latest, so....
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2012 0:15    Post subject: Reply with quote
As a question I just happened to think of, maybe someone more knowledgeable can assist me. I currently have OTRW on a WRT600n. Is there a "compatibility" issue with K24 OTRW and K26 OTRW? The hdd will be moving from the WRT600n to a E3000.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2012 11:13    Post subject: Reply with quote
crashfly wrote:
As a question I just happened to think of, maybe someone more knowledgeable can assist me. I currently have OTRW on a WRT600n. Is there a "compatibility" issue with K24 OTRW and K26 OTRW? The hdd will be moving from the WRT600n to a E3000.

As far as I have seen the OTRW installation script, among the first things it does is checking whether is a K24 or K26, and then installs packages accordingly. So I would suggest a fresh OTRW installation for a different kernel. Otherwise, you could buy a cheap USB stick and use it instead of hard disk.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 20:53    Post subject: Reply with quote
The wiki recommends "the LATEST build." Shouldn't that be corrected? That can't be the best advice any longer.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 0:47    Post subject: Reply with quote
rseiler wrote:
The wiki recommends "the LATEST build." Shouldn't that be corrected? That can't be the best advice any longer.

Yes and no. frater was always on the 'cutting edge' and therefore tried to use as much from the latest builds as possible. I do not know what the minimum is to support frater's OTRW, but I do know it is with in the last year or so.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 1:19    Post subject: Reply with quote
crashfly wrote:
Yes and no. frater was always on the 'cutting edge' and therefore tried to use as much from the latest builds as possible. I do not know what the minimum is to support frater's OTRW, but I do know it is with in the last year or so.

Thanks, I never would have guessed that and was ready to assume 14929 would be the most trouble-free, but now we seem to be in a Goldilocks situation where that's too old, and the latest builds are too new. Not that each can't be made to work, but without spending hours and hours at it, I mean.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 23:33    Post subject: Reply with quote
rseiler wrote:
Thanks, I never would have guessed that and was ready to assume 14929 would be the most trouble-free, but now we seem to be in a Goldilocks situation where that's too old, and the latest builds are too new. Not that each can't be made to work, but without spending hours and hours at it, I mean.

It would seem to me that since frater spent so much time on the script, that he would have some basic "safeguards" for checking what is supported in his script. I am sure the 14929 would work just fine, just as well as the latest (of which I am running on my E3000).

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Wink

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