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Which version of official code are the sveasoft based on?

Discussion in 'Sveasoft Firmware' started by JFZ, Nov 10, 2004.

  1. JFZ

    JFZ Network Guru Member

    On which version of official code are the sveasoft firmware based?

    which is the code base for the satori release. And really interesting is for me on which code the alchemy- prereleases are based and the coming release will be based on.

    Is the newest sveasoft firmware based on the new version 3 firmware from linksys or is it still based on the old 2.07.1 source code?
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Its in the version strings, like:

    Firmware Version: Alchemy-6.0-RC2.w43 V2.04.4.8sv

    Is based on 2.04.4 - however we do have most of the 3.x changes integrated so that version string will likely be changed before public release.
     
  3. JFZ

    JFZ Network Guru Member

    Hmm, in this case it's clear.

    However, watching the news on Linksysinfo.org, this last part is never mentioned. And also when downloading for instance the old Satori file from here http://www.linksysinfo.com/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=viewdownload&cid=8 this string isn't visible and isn't part of the filename.

    Where can I see this string? Only after installing the Firmware in the interface of the router? Or does some kind of infofile or revision history exist? Are these informations only available to subscribed users?
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Yep, only after installing to the router. It'll be on the web interface and in the MOTD if you telnet/ssh. When Alchemy6.0 is released publicly, it'll also be included in the backup file when you backup the settings using the backup/restore interface I designed. The info file will be named "1-version.txt" and will also include the build date/time of the firmware, and the backup time/date if available.
     

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