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-The JFFS File System allows you to have a writable Linux File System on your router running DD-WRT.<BR>+
-This allows you to save custom configuration files, host custom Web pages stored on the router, etc.+
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-If you really need or want to use JFFS with a WRT54G you have to first enable JFFS under the Administration page,<BR> and either:+
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-1) use mini firmware on WRT54G (still doesn't leave much room...)<BR>+
-2) get a WRT54GS with bigger flash (not much more expensive than WRT54G but gives quite a bit of room, 14MB free with VoIP) (in the WRT54GSv4 they have changed the memory sizes to the WRT54G sizes)<BR> +
-3) get an Asus WL-500G deluxe (more expensive but gives unlimited room with USB [but not with DD-WRT *harhar*]) or Premium which does work with DD-WRT<BR>+
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-4) Non-JFFS: do the the [http://kiel.kool.dk/ SD card mod] (unlimited room using swapped multiple SD cards, but it's a really ugly and utterly nasty hack)<BR>+
-5) Non JFFS, but an alternative would be to go into setup and mount a samba share. Look at [http://wrt-wiki.bsr-clan.de/index.php?title=Jffs this] for info on how. If you are a Linux newbie look at this [http://wrt-wiki.bsr-clan.de/index.php?title=Jffs_sharing_in_a_Linux_server other]+
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-[[Category:advanced HOWTO]]+
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-[[Category:English documentation]]+

Revision as of 04:27, 3 November 2006

information moved to JFFS delete me