[GLLUG] OpenWRT reading recommendation

Richard Houser rick at divinesymphony.net
Tue Jul 8 21:12:53 EDT 2008

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I've only just started playing with Kamakazi (I have several running
white russian), so I'm afraid I won't be much help.  I always used SSH
and vi for configuration, so I really can't help you with a GUI
selection.  If you do have problems with understanding the current
version, you could always drop back a version as well.

Michael George wrote:
| I should be getting my new Linksys WRT54GL tomorrow and my wife will be
| wanting it installed to get her system online ASAP.
| It looks from the OpenWRT site like one can install x-wrt, which is
| developed in conjunction with OpenWRT and which has a handy web interface
| for configuration.  And it's only 0.1Mb bigger than openwrt.  This has
| some appeal.  Anyone have experience with x-wrt they'd like to share?
| If I go straight cli openwrt, what do y'all recommend for an overview
| document?  I found this for installation on the WRT54GL:
| But that just gives step-by-step instructions for sample configuration,
| whereas I would like an overview of how the system works internally so I
| can understand what's going on.  Is this an adequate page for that:
| http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/KamikazeConfiguration
| (which links to: http://wiki.openwrt.org/OpenWrtDocs/NetworkInterfaces)
| The manual (http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/docs/openwrt.html) seems
| to be a little thin...
| -Michael George
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