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wiki:syntax: 7 Hits
king to a specific section is possible, too. Just add the section name behind a hash character as known... interwiki links). ===== Footnotes ===== You can add footnotes ((This is a footnote)) by using double parentheses. You can add footnotes ((This is a footnote)) by using double ... {{ wiki:dokuwiki-128.png }} Of course, you can add a title (displayed as a tooltip by most browsers)
electronics:wr703n:sdcard: 3 Hits
''). You can use ''df'' or ''mount''. Optionally, add a big file on the card to check again that the fr... 4 /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb -o rw,sync You need also to add the config to ''/etc/config/fstab''. Either use v... e more than enough now :) Tou can now restore or add any packages you like: opkg install iptables dr
electronics:raspi:i2c: 2 Hits
13 -0.982126 seconds'') That's it! You can also add the i2c initialisation command to rc.local which means it will be run at every boot up; <code> # Add the RTC device on boot sudo sed -i 's#^exit 0$#ec
linux:cron: 2 Hits
res root priviledges though). For example you can add this to your cron jobs (use ''crontab -e'' to edi... self, making sure to ignore itself. In bash, just add this to the start of your script: <code bash> #!
electronics:wr703n:cgi: 2 Hits
er.modules''. After the closing parenthesis, just add server.modules += ( "mod_cgi" ) Then, the ser... e the executable files as static content (here we add .sh and .xcgi): static-file.exclude-extensions
electronics:wr703: 1 Hits
rds. ====== Projects on the WR703N ====== ===== Add more storage capacity to the router ===== The WR
linux:bash: 1 Hits
rrors < /dev/null" cronjob="0 0 * * * $croncmd" # Add ( crontab -l | grep -v "$croncmd" ; echo "$cronjo
electronics:raspi:interfacing: 1 Hits|Add a capacitor]] to avoid brownouts (temporary volta
electronics:raspi: 1 Hits
.. I would have done it this way: In /etc/fstab, add a 25MB ramdisk like this: none /vola
electronics:wr703n:openwrt: 1 Hits
On linux I used the convenient "alias" option to add a secondary IP to my connection: Running ifcon
electronics:transcend_wifi_sd: 1 Hits
===== To enable telnet logging to the card, just add the '''' (with Unix line endings) to th
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