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v3 54G Information I can't seem to find

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by CreativeSkillz, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    How much space do I have on my router, for storing files; such as programs?

    Also, how would I go about in downloading/uploading stuff on the router? I tried the command wget, but it doesn't seem to be supported. Is there a different way?

    Sorry if this has been asked, or is somewhere obvious. My searches found nothing.
  2. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Another question I have is what type of processor does it have? I am guessing something that isn't related to the Pentium Class CPUs, maybe a RISC or PPC processor?
  3. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    One of the programmers that frequent the site will have to answer that question for sure, but my hypothesis is you dont have any room that would make it useful. What are you trying to do and maybe someone can suggest a different route.
  4. frenchy2k1

    frenchy2k1 LI Guru Member

    if you want to install additional programs or choose what program get installed, I would recommend OpenWRT as a firmware.
  5. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Well it really depends on what the CPU is, and as far as more room; if there isn't enough room in the built in memory, then I planned on doing the MMC mod, and getting like a 1Gb or 2Gb stick.

    Most importantly though, I need to know what type of CPU it uses.
  6. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    Well I found out that it's a Broadcom CPU, and it's not a pentium class CPU.

    What I was going to try to do was install F@H on the router. Granted it's only a 200Mhz CPU (300Mhz if you overclock it) and it'll probably take forever to complete the WUs, but it's not like the processor is being used for anything else anyway.

    Too bad.
  7. CreativeSkillz

    CreativeSkillz Network Guru Member

    After doing a little more research, I found that it's a MIPS32 processor, so unless F@H designs a client to run on a MIPS processor, it's going to be hopeless.

    ...and about the only way that would happen is if a few thousand, maybe a million with a few thousand people show interest in it.

    Well, it seemed like a good idea at first.

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