Hi guys, I'm just wondering if I installed optware correctly. I followed this guide, and at this part here; "How optware integrates with TomatoUSB TomatoUSB already has some transparent support for optware. For instance, it automatically adds /opt/bin to the system PATH. Moreover, it will use the /opt/etc/configdirectory to look for administrative scripts: /opt/etc/config/*.fire: All executable files matching this pattern will be executed whenever the firewall needs to be (re-)configured. You can store your firewall configuration here instead of using the web interface (Administration » Scripts » Firewall), to save precious NVRAM space. /opt/etc/config/*.wanup: All executable files matching this pattern will be executed whenever the WAN interface goes up. You can store your WAN-dependent configuration here instead of using the web interface (Administration » Scripts » WAN Up), to save precious NVRAM space. The only issue with using these files is that there is a possible race condition at startup: if firewall/wan goes up before optware is mounted (USB can be slow..), those scripts will not have their chance to be executed. To workaround this race condition, create the file /opt/.autorun, with the following contens: #!/bin/sh if [ -f /var/notice/wan ]; then for s in /opt/etc/config/*.wanup; do $s; done for s in /opt/etc/config/*.fire; do $s; done fi Remember to make the file executable: chmod +x /opt/.autorun. This file is automatically executed by TomatoUSB when the partition is mounted (nothing specific with Optware, this is just Tomato's USB subsystem), and will execute the scripts if the WAN is already up by the time it is executed. " Now my question(s) are related to the bold parts of the quoted text. The question is, do i really need to do this? Or is this only if I want to move the files to the "/opt/etc/config/" directory and save NVRAM space? I dont even have the "config" directory in /opt/etc. If i decide to ignore this, will optware work like it should?