And yet the nvram_64K code is there in the GPL tarball. It's even enabled in the default build options (target.mak), and it seems to mostly work based on my test with build 140 - I haven't had the chance to compile build 144 yet. So, either they released 144 without it because it's still not 100% working, or they forgot to enable it when they built the firmware.
One theory that I have is they might not have enabled it in their release because one of the side-effects of upgrading to a build with 64K support is you end up with wiped out settings. While not an issue for an expert user, this would be an issue for a regular home user that wasn't prepared for this.
In my case, I will probably release separate 32K and 64K versions of my custom builds, due to this.
I must be going crazy, but could I get some help (or confirmation) of USB Storage Devices working with the latest build DD-WRT v24-sp2 (06/08/12) big (SVN revision 19342)?
I have tried just about everything I can think of, mainly because I am trying this with linux partitions (ext2 mainly) and not FAT/NTFS drives. FAT/NTFS drives work fine on the device, but EXT does not as far I can tell.
Log files can be found here:
The ext3 correct symbols issue starts here:
Mounting the ext2 usb drive & the inability to write to it with rw access starts here:
The router crashed when the ext2 usb drive was mounted with noatime and I attempted to create a directory:
I know it's probably too early to tell, but what's the probable verdict? Is this thing gonna kp after 2 hours of use with these changes Asus have made? Or should I be clicking the order button on a N66U and register interest in the AC66U as well?