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Page history last edited by PBworks 16 years, 1 month ago

How to Get Kamikaze

 

You can, and should, get a Linux box and "svn co https://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/". make menuconfig; make; and a few hours later, bam! You've got yourself some fresh, home-brewed Kamikaze images. https://dev.openwrt.org/wiki , by the way, is the main OpenWrt development center.

 

If you're too lazy, you can use my images: http://flyashi.dyndns.org:81 (or -http://flyashi.dyndns.org:81/bin/- directly). Not guaranteed to work, in fact, for some users, they don't. But, they're there.

 

Update: I have been asked repeatedly NOT to publish those images. They're not very usable (out of the box), and users will incorrectly assume that just flashing it will work. They then come to #openwrt and the forums, complaining about my images. To avoid more bricked WGT's and complaining users, I'm forced to stop distributing them. I'll keep the packages up; for me, and other Kamikaze users. Hope the devels dont mind. But the images are no longer available to the public. Sorry, you'll have to find your own Linux box. (Or work on the CompilingUnderCygwin HowTo. That's what I did before I got my Linux server up.

 

Flyashi

 

OK, so you CAN use my images. Just use them responsibly, make sure you have a serial console, make sure you know how to exit vi. http://flyashi.dyndns.org:81/bin - email me for access; my email's on that page.

 

However, you should know: a few changes that I've made on my images:

 

  • 'ipkg update' downloads from my repository, http://flyashi.dyndns.org:81/packages/ .
  • WAN SSH is enabled by default.
  • WAN Telnet is enabled by default. This makes remote upgrades really easy (if it works), and once you passwd the telnetd stops, so everything works out nicely.
  • A whole bunch of (I think not-very-necessary) {crap, stuff, features} are enabled by default: see the big thread in the forum for all of Ydef's requests.
  • Umm ... I'll post my configs as soon as I get around to it :o)

 

- Flyashi

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