Like most Linux systems, there is support for Apple's HFS+ and Adaptec's UDF optical media on DD-WRT via loadable modules. Without the userland binaries of hfsprogs (hfs+) and udftools however, the support is strictly read-only basis. DD-WRT linux distribution does not include those userspace binaries to support writing mode. I haven't checked optware stuff, who knows one has included those in the repositories.
It would give you more flexibility if you formated it NTFS, you could use the drive on windows OS as well.
You can check it yourself. Run this on your newer DD-WRT, Administration, Commands page:
ls /lib/modules/`uname -r`/ext4.ko
It should show you the location of the module ext4.ko.
In Older builds of DD-WRT, it would reside in
Your DD-WRT is quite new a build, so it should support ext4 filesystem.
You can check with this too for all supported filesystems:
The first command worked;
but cat did not. It didn't give me an error, it tried to process it and never displayed anything. I'll format a USB drive when I get home and see what happens. Thanks!
EDIT: I noticed hfs.ko, hfsplus.ko and udf.ko are in there as well. Does that mean there's read only support for HFS+ and UDF?