Re: WRT54G Support?
* Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-02-14 14:05]:
> Nice, so the kernel and package support is there, good. That's the
> main thing I was concerned with. My specs are almost identical, I
Flash flashout is probably different. That's hard-coded so far and
needs some code to auto-detect it.
> I'm not so concerned with the storage issue. My "grand design"
> includes having the image on flash pivot_root onto nfs
Ugh. Why don't you just get a device which has USB, such as the
WGT634U or the Asus WL-500g?
> I know debian-installer isn't going to be able to do this automatically,
Actually, if you just want to run Debian via NFS, it's pretty trivial.
Simply build a kernel with the BCM patches applied, build in NFS
root support and a proper kernel cmdline and flash it...
> 1a) Configure the vlans (settings from nvram)
Setting stuff from nvram isn't really the way Debian works.
Yeah, I think you can do all of that with a kernel with the BCM
patches plus a custom initramfs that you develop that does all of this
My approach is quite different, however. I'll add support to
debian-installer so you can do a normal installation to a USB device.
Obviously, that won't help in your case.