Hi all, so there are 2 packages that I really *need* on my tomato router (asus rt-n16 running Victek's excellent TomatoRAF mod). they are: tcpdump & snmpd I see that these are available in optware but I didn't want to do a full optware install because I don't want to attach any usb storage to the unit and want to minimize the jffs writes. so I found this guide on extracting .ipk packages (basically they are just renamed .tar.gz files) and I was able to download & extract the binaries, but they don't run. I put them in /jffs but when I try to execute them I get e.g. "-sh: ./tcpdump: not found". Yes I did chmod +x. any idea if this is possible to do? I was thinking this might be due to a bad transfer (ASCII vs binary) but I think I did it correctly (used WinSCP). Do I need special MIPSR2 versions? I see in the optware repo that there are many directories for various build types but I don't know which one to choose exactly. I chose the one at http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/ddwrt/cross/stable/ because that was the one referenced in the TomatoUSB mod optware install guide. any ideas? thanks!