Adding Optware to DD-WRT
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Ok..... I did a look up on "asterisk -m" and found that digium has a command that is "asterisk -M". I went into S90asterisk and changed the -m to a -M ; AND changed the -C to a -c Now based on the output from asterisk -h the -c option enables the CLI. Would this inhibit the web interface of asterisk?
The bootable GParted Live image can also be installed on a USB flash drive. Following are instructions on how to setup GParted Live on your USB flash drive using either MS Windows or GNU/Linux . NOTE: These installation methods only work when the USB flash drive is formatted with a FAT file system.
GParted Live is a small bootable GNU/Linux distribution for x86 based computers. It enables you to use all the features of the latest versions of the GParted application. GParted Live can be installed on CD, USB, PXE server, and Hard Disk then run on an x86 machine. Installation Instructions To install GParted Live on CD, download the .iso file and burn it as an image to a CD.
From DD-WRT Wiki [ edit ] Formatting and Partitioning USB Storage for DD-WRT NOTE This Wiki applies only to USB capable devices. Also, if using any flash-based media (SD, Thumb drives, SSD etc., the EXT2 filesystem format is advised due to the fact that EXT3 uses Journaling .
From DD-WRT Wiki == == (Donation possible) This is the latest, greatest and easiest way to enable Optware on your Router. It is that you have a router with USB capable storage (Harddisks (must be self-powered), flash-drives etc.) and the build! (preferably freshly flashed)