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  1. Development (21,699 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    13: ...distribution costs and better represent the multi-platform capabilities of this kit, the binary tools ...
    15: # A compatible platform. The following are specifically supported (...
    21: # Standard C runtime library development
    22: # Standard C++ runtime library development
  2. Fr:development (677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    2: =Demande de fonctionnalités supplémentaires=
    3: ... et de poster votre demande (en anglais s'il vous plait). BrainSlayer (développeur) consulte réguli...
  3. Development/ru (6,453 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    7: ...distribution costs and better represent the multi-platform capabilities of this kit, the binary tools ...
    9: # A compatible platform. The following are specifically supported (...
    16: # Standard C runtime library development
    17: # Standard C++ runtime library development

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  1. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    15: ...e of a backend authentication server, which may implement some or all authentication methods, with the...
    31: ... requires newer equipment and generally have multiple antennas to take advantage of the MIMO features....
    60: ...led firmware will not boot or you cannot use the upload routine in the DD-WRT GUI. The default and rec...
    88: ...It is roughly analogous to the BIOS on the IBM PC platform. (thanks to Wikipedia)
    101: ... web server, and brings powerful features. You simply register there and create your hotspot. Then you...
  2. Chillispot (36,354 bytes)
    12: ...y make the wireless or lan-connected computers display a 'landing page' on user's browsers.
    32: ...T uses an older version of chillispot. Chillispot development continued, and it is possible to load the latest ...
    34: ...ires changing your router flash and learning a completely new way of setting up the router, especially...
    40: ...ss and are familiar with Wiki-editing and Chilli, please update this Wiki with your preferred provide...
    51: ... show you a convenient customized screen-image displaying the entries for the DD-WRT Device.
  3. Linux Inside (882 bytes)
    18: ===Script Examples===
    19: ...me examples of such scripts, see our [[Script Examples]]
    22: *[[Development#Building_DD-WRT_from_Source|Building DD-WRT from ...
  4. Espanol (5,507 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Bienvenido}}
    18: ...uración]]''' <br/>Las tareas de configuración explicadas
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
  5. USB storage (53,577 bytes)
    3: == Applications ==
    5: ... drives (notebook or desktop) can be converted simply by installing them in an inexpensive USB enclosu...
    6: ...s is full, a portion is swapped to disc and the applications continue to run normally, but with a spee...
    7: ... the NSLU2's capabilities (at a comparable price) plus offer all of the capabilites of a standard rout...
    18: * [[Belkin Play Max F7D4301v1]] - specs. [http://www.belkin.com...
  6. Noob-Friendly Customized install.sh for compiling from source (14,733 bytes)
    1: ... distribution you want. Before copying my script please read and understand its purpose and limitatio...
    3: <<WARNING>> This is still under development. Some features do not work as expected. <<WARNI...
    12: ... snapshot by this method then you are asked to supply the date of the snapshot you want to grab.
    14: ...d most anywhere in your local path, but it's best placed directly in your home directory (~). Don't f...
    16: You can combine some of the options, for example, builddwrt -ndp2 mini normal voip. This will cr...
  7. Optware (46,421 bytes)
    7: Please note:
    20: ... all required files under /opt with 1000 ported applications. With buildroot toolchain, system library...
    21: ...packages, but still far smaller than glibc based aplications.
    29: ...e or optware-devel meta package provides complete development toolchain for compiling programs on router itself...
    31: ...mended to unmount /jffs and then mount eg. mmc in place of /jffs.
  8. Quick list of Optware packages (104,401 bytes)
    11: * alac-decoder - 0.1.0-2 - A decoder for the apple lossless file format
    17: ...rver and client library for writing proxy-based applications.
    22: ... server technology for embedding in devices and applications. Supports embedded javascript, CGI, Virtu
    32: * asterisk-sounds - 1.2.1-1 - Supplementary asterisk-sounds.
    43: ...14-moh-freeplay-alaw - 0.0.0-1 - asterisk-moh-freeplay-alaw
  9. Development (21,699 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    13: ...distribution costs and better represent the multi-platform capabilities of this kit, the binary tools ...
    15: # A compatible platform. The following are specifically supported (...
    21: # Standard C runtime library development
    22: # Standard C++ runtime library development
  10. Contribute (3,046 bytes)
    6: ...t the development of DD-WRT and how you can help, please visit the [[:Category:Developer resources]] s...
    14: * You don't need to know HTML, Wiki is edited in plain text.
    15: ...ry fast and categories are auto-updatable. An example for a category can be found on the bottom of thi...
    19: ...s or forum posts or by donating a router for code development.
    25: ...donate] to the project to ensure ongoing work and development.
  11. Supported Devices (226,725 bytes)
    29: '''All non-Broadcom platforms require at least 4MB flash!'''<br>
    38: * Please keep it simple to administer for all users!<br>
    41: ...rogress and likely contains errors and omissions. Please update it as needed.<br>
    57: ! Platform &<br>Frequency<br>[MHz]
    85: | = Planex<br>GW-MF54G2
  12. AutoAP (11,423 bytes)
    60: ...tting [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]] variables. For example, let's set AutoAP to prefer to connect to a cert...
    70: What follows is a complete list of included [[Hardware#NVRAM|NVRAM]] vari...
    82: ...is appended directly, preceeded by a "*key*". Example: "My Home", WEP key:1234567ab -> "My*Home*key*12...
    84: :'''nvram set autoap_aplimit="10"'''
    92: ...e amount of time to wait for a DHCP renewal to complete. If the routers you're accessing are fairly qu...
  13. LaFonera Software Chilispot (12,365 bytes)
    8: ...he ddwrt firmware for the LaFonera is still under development and is working great for the most part, the Chill...
    17: ...re needed are here and here (only download if you plan to setup a http/ftp server locally, which is ou...
    46: ... SSH. This should work with other firmwares, too. Please change the name server according to your ISP ...
    66: 5. Your LaFonera should not be able to completely boot, because the FIS directory will be eras...
    78: ... have the first 8 secs to access to RedBoot via a plain Telnet connection. (I would avoid using the bu...
  14. 简体中文 (1,977 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Welcome}}
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px...
  15. Main Page (1,889 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Welcome}}
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
    21: |'''[[Development]]''' <br/> DD-WRT Development
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px...
  16. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads via webinterface (4,497 bytes)
    87: : Now you can control the switch simply by clickin ON or OFF from your favorite browser ...
    94: == Development ==
    106: ...ay to do this is with a solid state relay (SSR). Please note, relaying DC is VERY DIFFERENT from rela...
    114: Here is an example of a solid state relay. It can be purchased dir...
  17. Fr:development (677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    2: =Demande de fonctionnalités supplémentaires=
    3: ... et de poster votre demande (en anglais s'il vous plait). BrainSlayer (développeur) consulte réguli...
  18. JTAG (27,197 bytes)
    8: ...ter|router]]s, [[wireless access point]]s are examples of embedded systems.
    22: .../128-universal-jtag-adapter-v2-wiggler-and-xilinx-platform-cable-compatible-debrick-routers-modems-and...
    42: ...bootloader using a VXKiller program. So, when people talk about the CFE of the router, they are talki...
    44: ...ings get mucked up and is often the reason why people need to jtag their router. You can erase the nv...
    46: ...NG time and flashing using a jtag cable is not completely reliable, so you can end up with problems. ...
  19. Italian (1,683 bytes)
    1: {{Template:Welcome}}
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
    21: |'''[[Development]]''' <br/> DD-WRT Development
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px...
  20. Installing Entware (6,034 bytes)
    6: ...y outdated Optware packages. Within five years of development several Entware forks were born to run on NASes, ...
    15: .... If one or more are not, enable them and click apply.
    16: #On your computer plug in the USB stick or harddrive, reformat the USB...
    29: #Plug in the USB stick or harddrive into the router. ...
    69: When installation is complete, run an update:

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