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Tomato USB/K26 mod has a new home

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by teddy_bear, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. teddy_bear

    teddy_bear Network Guru Member

    I'm happy to let you all know that Tomato USB and kernel 2.6 mod releases, documentation and guides are now tracked at the new Tomato USB web site - courtesy of Rasky who not only provided the domain and Wikidot accounts, but also single-handedly has built the site and created all its current content.

    The site is powered by the Wikidot platform - it means that every guide or document on the site is a Wiki that anyone of you can modify. If you would like to contribute to the Wiki, please feel free to do so - your help is needed! Go to Tomato USB web site, and click on "Help us!" link. After registration, you will be able to create and edit Wiki pages.

    The site also has a forum. We can probably move some of the discussions specific to this mod to the new forum - hopefully that will help to keep the information more organized.
  2. akyboy

    akyboy Network Guru Member


    Thank you for all your work!
  3. someguyfromhell

    someguyfromhell Addicted to LI Member

    I hate to make it look like a don't appreciate someone's investment of time and money, but I think I found a cheaper way to handle it all.

    You could register for a free .com domain at 1and1.com for 1 year free. Then you could have the wiki hosted at Dreamhost Apps. You can use Mediawiki for all the collaborative editing, and phpBB for the forum hosting. All for free :p
  4. rhester72

    rhester72 Network Guru Member

    I assume the source git itself has not moved?

  5. teddy_bear

    teddy_bear Network Guru Member

    Yes, git is the same.

    Well, of course it's possible to save a few bucks and get it all (and more) for free... Did you come around, put it all together, built a web site, and wrote some guides/documentation? You didn't - so your comment was kind of pointless...
  6. someguyfromhell

    someguyfromhell Addicted to LI Member

    Like I said, I didn't want to sound ungrateful, I'm not trying to be disruptive. I might not have the time to help you build a new site, but I'm showing you an easy way to save a few bucks.

    It's simply information. I didn't say you had to use my route, it's just here if you're ever interested.:wink:
  7. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    For some reason, that site usually never loads here. I'm in Thailand.

    I've seen the first page occasionally when using Opera, but it takes about 5 minutes. All other pages - zilch ...

    Anyone know why?
  8. gingernut

    gingernut LI Guru Member


    It always loads fine over here in Spain.
  9. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    I can access it through a US proxy sever at good speed. Strange ... where is the server located?

    The site is really great. Thanks Rasky !
  10. Lost_Animal

    Lost_Animal Addicted to LI Member

    The same for me.

    Huge Page Load times - And frequent SERVER OVERLOAD Messages.
    I think the site is suffer from BAD plugin coding which maximizes the CPU overload of Server.

    Mine Site with BLOG/Magazine and Forums with over 60 addons and plug-ins load really FAST.
  11. Toastman

    Toastman Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Shortly after that last post, I am now able to access the site, and it's quite fast. The site software is rather strange and hard to get used to it's foibles, but I'm in ...

    Thank you, whoever did it !!

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