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electronics:wr703n:unbricking: 9 Hits
Check it with the usual administration interface at http://192.168.1.1/ with the login ''admin'' and ... For reference, here is the complete log, starting at the initial boot up when the router is bricked: <... at never was bricked!): <code> ## Booting image at 9f020000 ... Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK... for product wr703 v1.0! bio: create slab <bio-0> at 0 SCSI subsystem initialized usbcore: registered
wiki:syntax: 9 Hits
ay use when editing the pages. Simply have a look at the source of this page by pressing "Edit this pa... Note that the two backslashes are only recognized at the end of a line\\ or followed by\\ a whitespace... te that the two backslashes are only recognized at the end of a line\\ or followed by\\ a whitespa... er levels - That's it </code> Also take a look at the [[doku>faq:lists|FAQ on list items]]. =====
electronics:wr703n:openwrt: 6 Hits
my browser will see the router to be configured, at http://192.168.1.1 (this address is written on th... 92.168.1.1 (note that there is no HTTP server yet at this address, so your browser will not be able to connect to your device at this address) ====== Configuring the cabled netwo... equired by opkg has the IP address 78.24.191.177 (at the time of writing, and most probably for a whil
start: 2 Hits
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electronics:wr703: 2 Hits
erial link ===== First of all, my first attempts at hacking a stock & Chinese WR703N almost always re... Low level hardware: GPIO access ==== Free GPIO: at R15 and R17 Eg. http://smarthome.russemotto.com/
electronics:wr703n:webservice: 2 Hits
my Luci administration webservice can be reached at [[http://192.168.0.90:8080|http://192.168.0.90:80... my [[electronics:wr703n:sdcard|external SD card]] at ''/overlay/lighttp/www/'': mkdir -p /overlay/li
linux:cron: 2 Hits
====== ===== Using a cron job to start a process at boot time, or making sure it is alive ====== Cronjobs are cool to launch jobs at interval. An obscure features is the ''@reboot''
wiki:welcome: 2 Hits
g and editing pages you might want to have a look at the [[this>doku.php?do=admin&page=config|configur... ]] and [[doku>templates|templates]] are available at DokuWiki.org to extend the functionality and look
wiki:dokuwiki: 2 Hits
iki. ===== Download ===== DokuWiki is available at http://download.dokuwiki.org/ ===== Read More =... yntax description]] is maintained in the DokuWiki at [[doku>|www.dokuwiki.org]]. **About DokuWiki**
electronics:raspi:archlinux: 2 Hits
dd) This assumes you only have one ''dd'' running at the same time ;) One written, mount the card in ... m ssh_host_* systemctl start sshd.service Now at least I could log in remotely, and finally get a
electronics:wr703n:cgi: 1 Hits
g file: vi /overlay/etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf At the start of the config file you should find a (p
electronics:raspi:i2c: 1 Hits
on command to rc.local which means it will be run at every boot up; <code> # Add the RTC device on bo
electronics:wr703n:relay: 1 Hits
This way I can have "non permanent" wifi internet at home without having to leave it on all the day. Y
 
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