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  1. Development (21,330 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    2: For development of DD-WRT, you have two options:
    3: ... recompiling the firmware sources. You need this option most of the time.
    9: * add initialization scripts
    17: ... themselves the first time you run one of the scripts. Any machine set up to build anything C or C++ o...
  2. Fr:development (677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
  3. Development/ru (6,453 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    7: ... themselves the first time you run one of the scripts. Any machine set up to build anything C or C++ o...
    16: # Standard C runtime library development
    17: # Standard C++ runtime library development
    19: # TAR and GZIP (optional, used by ipkg_install.sh)

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  1. Glossary (58,851 bytes)
    16: - (paraphrased and exerpted from the Internet Engineering Task Force's RFC ...
    28: ...nels in 2.4 GHz frequency band of 802.11b, but adopted the OFDM model of 802.11a so it also supports t...
    76: === Captive Portal ===
    78: A captive portal is a wireless access point which only p...
    82: ...re utilizing traditional computing devices like laptops, where a web browser is the primary access sof...
  2. Chillispot (36,629 bytes)
    15: * Optionally earn revenue from your hotspot.
    18: ...t the bandwidth, up and down, hotspot-connected laptops or desktops can use.
    24: === Technical description ===
    25: ChilliSpot is an open source [[Captive Portal]] wireless or local area network (LAN) ...
    30: ... services needed to make ChilliSpot work: See [[Captive Portal#Provider]]
  3. Linux Inside (882 bytes)
    2: ...ge|DD-WRT wiki mainpage]] / [[Index:Scripting|Scripting]] / Linux Inside
    16: ==Working with scripts==
    18: ===Script Examples===
    19: For some examples of such scripts, see our [[Script Examples]]
    22: *[[Development#Building_DD-WRT_from_Source|Building DD-WRT from ...
  4. Espanol (5,507 bytes)
    15: |{{Click || image=scripting.jpg | link=Index:Scripting| width=48px | height=48px }}
    16: ...pting|Scripting]]''' <br/> Información sobre scripts
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
  5. USB storage (53,577 bytes)
    6: ...ual memory by creating swap space. Instead of abruptly running out of memory when the 32Mb of physical...
    7: ...many applications from the large collection of [[Optware]] packages, ported to embedded Linux original...
    39: * Eko has expanded the USB options of DD-WRT v24_TNG versions (TNG = The Next Ge...
    44: ...nd a USB stick. Read more about testing this concept at this [http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.p...
    49: ...able routers. It is recommended that you read [[Optware, the Right Way]] before you continue!
  6. Compiling DD-WRT sources (2,485 bytes)
    5: ...ctions with automated scripts can be found here [[Development#Building DD-WRT from Source]].
    23: cd /home/dd-wrt/snapshot/DD-WRT/opt
    33: cd /home/dd-wrt/snapshot/DD-WRT/opt
    64: create a shell script -> vi install.sh
    81: ...me/dd-wrt/snapshot/DD-WRT/src/linux/linux.v23/scripts/squashfs/
  7. Noob-Friendly Customized install.sh for compiling from source (14,733 bytes)
    1: ...the distribution you want. Before copying my script please read and understand its purpose and limita...
    3: <<WARNING>> This is still under development. Some features do not work as expected. <<WARNI...
    5: What this script will allow you to do:
    12: ...wnload the previous day's snapshot. It will attempt to grab only the first snapshot it finds from the...
    14: ... Don't forget to issue chmod x to make this script executable.
  8. Optware (46,421 bytes)
    1: {{languages|Optware}}
    4: '''A newer option is available (as of 2015). It is called 'Entwa...
    8: ...ed FPU emulation in changeset 20047 which breaks Optware on DD-WRT.
    9: ...ight be the newest build that is compatible with Optware
    13: If you still want to use Optware:
  9. Quick list of Optware packages (104,401 bytes)
    22: ...vices and applications. Supports embedded javascript, CGI, Virtu
    59: * autoconf - 2.68-1 - Creating scripts to configure source code packages using template...
    97: * ccrypt - 1.9-1 - Secure encryption and decryption of files and streams
    103: * cherokee-dev - 1.0.19-1 - Development files for cherokee web server
    106: ...lispot - 1.1.0-1 - ChilliSpot is an open source captive portal or wireless LAN access point controller...
  10. Development (21,330 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
    2: For development of DD-WRT, you have two options:
    3: ... recompiling the firmware sources. You need this option most of the time.
    9: * add initialization scripts
    17: ... themselves the first time you run one of the scripts. Any machine set up to build anything C or C++ o...
  11. Contribute (3,059 bytes)
    6: ... firmware project. For more information about the development of DD-WRT and how you can help, please visit the ...
    18: ...s or forum posts or by donating a router for code development.
    23: ...donate] to the project to ensure ongoing work and development.
  12. Firmware FAQ (38,077 bytes)
    42: '''*AS OF JULY 2019, KONG HAS STOPPED ALL DD-WRT Development.*'''
    64: ...uild''' (with the model in the file name), '''except for special cases''' like nv60k versus nv64k diff...
    79: You can also attempt to [[Obtaining_Router_IP|obtain your router IP]]....
    99: ...ess. If you do not know the address, you can attempt to [[Obtaining_Router_IP|obtain the router IP]]. ...
    141: Now you ''may'' have an option to click the DHCP Release button and then turn...
  13. Supported Devices (227,163 bytes)
    832: === Anaptyx Wireless Dynamics ===
    1493: ...com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=454647#454647 ext3<br>optware<br>addon]
    1689: | 1 USB 1.1<br>1 LPT
    1707: | 1 USB 1.1<br>1 LPT
    2147: | Wifi bridge<br>Game adapter
  14. AutoAP (11,423 bytes)
    2: ...net in a mobile or portable environment. The script paremeters are highly configurable, including abi...
    4: Typically, you would use this script on your router while in [[UWR | Repeater Mode]], ...
    17: ... seconds tries to download stand-alone AutoAP script. Once downloaded, AutoAP starts.
    26: ...o the router and perform a "ps" to verify the script is running.
    30: ...nload firmware image (link? url?) with AutoAP script built in (see sourceforge link and caveats in "Li...
  15. 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...
    40: ...he mode from DHCP to static IP from the dropdown option, set an IP and netmask within your modem/route...
    66: ... you should be able to connect to the RedBoot prompt. To connect to RedBoot you need to:
    80: ...ything goes well you should have a "RedBoot>" prompt in telnet.
    92: :b) Load up PumpKIN, click on "Options", in the "TFTP filesystem root (download path...
  16. 简体中文 (1,977 bytes)
    15: |{{Click || image=Konsole.png | link=Index:Scripting| width=48px | height=48px }}
    16: |'''[[Index:Scripting/zh_cn|脚本]]''' <br/> 脚本编写信息
    20: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Development| width=48px | height=48px }}
    27: |{{Click || image=development.jpg | link=Hardware_DIY| width=48px | height=48px...
  17. Main Page (1,889 bytes)
    15: |{{Click || image=Konsole.png | link=Index:Scripting| width=48px | height=48px }}
    16: |'''[[Index:Scripting|Scripting]]''' <br/> Scripting Information
    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...
  18. LaFonera Hardware Controlling AC-Loads via webinterface (4,497 bytes)
    7: ... the original Web-interface with this startup-script!'''
    87: ...it took me some time to get familiar with .sh scripts.
    90: : http://www.cryptonoid.blogspot.com (f.i.c.s. Fonera Internet Cont...
    94: == Development ==
    95: ...mming shell scripts can someone write a Shell script where the user will be able to schedule the f.i.c...
  19. Fr:development (677 bytes)
    1: {{Languages|Development}}
  20. JTAG (27,197 bytes)
    10: '''JTAG should only be used as a last resort option, [[Tftp_flash|TFTP]] and [[Serial_Recovery|Ser...
    19: * [[JTAG-Adapter]]
    21: Here is a great buffered adapter at a reasonable price:
    22: ...debrick-routers-modems-and-more.html DIYGadget Adapter]
    26: ...ag-spi-i2c-serial.html TIAO USB Multi-Protocol Adapter (JTAG, SPI, I2C, Serial)]

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