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Space left on Flash?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Toril, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. Toril

    Toril Network Guru Member

    Linux Journal had an article on the WRT54G which really turned me on to it, and then, of course I found the online community. But in the article, (which scratches the surface as to what can be done) they implied you can check the size of your flash, to see how much is left.

    In fact, there was mentioning of using squashfs instead of cramfs to make better use of the space... I'm into compiling my own satori-customized firmwares, mostly replacing things... if I wanted to add things, I'd want to make sure I have enough room left. How do I go about it? I know the device has 4 megs of flash, and my firmware images are consistantly no bigger than 2.7 megs... but a command would be nice. I've even looked at a dmesg right after booting and saw no real reference to common linux devices I'm familiar with...
     

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