# mkfs.ext4 /dev/sda1
# mkdir -p /media/AiDisk_a1/opt # mount -o bind /media/AiDisk_a1/opt/ /opt/ # mkdir -p /opt/tmp/ipkg # ipkg.sh update
# ipkg.sh install ipkg-opt
ipkg install python27
ASUS RT-N56U or hardware NAT acceleration
Unpacking ipkg-opt...tar: can't create symlink from ./opt/bin/ipkg-opt to ipkg: Operation not permitted tar: can't create symlink from ./opt/lib/libipkg.so to libipkg.so.0.0.0: Operation not permitted tar: can't create symlink from ./opt/lib/libipkg.so.0 to libipkg.so.0.0.0: Operation not permitted Done. Configuring ipkg-opt...Done.
Make sure that your usb drive is not ‘vfat’
the default firmware doesn’t provide the SSH feature, however, with the help of padavan‘s rt-n56u project, you may enable it:
This project aims to improve the rt-n56u and other supported devices on the software part, allowing power user to take full control over their hardware. This project was created in hope to be useful, but comes without warranty or support. Installing it will probably void your warranty. Contributors of this project are not responsible for what happens next.
How do I get set up?
- Get the tools to build the system or Download pre-built system image
- Feed the device with the system image file (Follow instructions of updating your current system)
- Perform factory reset
- Open web browser on http://my.router to configure the services
What I did:
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