[Wifidog] openwrt-g-code.bin telnet enabled
matthewa at bcwireless.net
Sun Jan 30 00:08:12 EST 2005
Yup, that's exactly what happened.
I ended up mounting off squishfs which is good enough for now.
On Sat, 2005-01-29 at 20:40, Philippe April wrote:
> Just flashing without re-running "firstboot" in failsafe will leave the
> partition and all the files on it that were there before you flashed
> (the jffs partition) or dirt like that (If I remember correctly).
> Because of the fact that you reflashed with a stock linksys kernel
> (smaller than openwrt), well openwrt might have detected that partition
> and you probably still have those files left on the jffs partition (the
> old one).
> Usually, if it's the first time you flash with openwrt, it will run
> firstboot by itself on the first boot you do (won't tell you it's doing
> So basically I think one rule we can follow is to always go into
> failsafe and run "firstboot" everytime you flash. In THEORY you could
> flash to a newer openwrt without removing everything but I'd recommend
> against :)
> On 29-Jan-05, at 5:14 PM, Benoit GrÃ©goire wrote:
> > On Saturday 29 January 2005 16:28, Matthew Asham wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> My AP was previously flashed with stock openwrt, and for kicks I
> >> downgraded it back to Linksys firmware (2.02.7). After downgrading I
> >> restored factory settings in the Linksys admin page.
> >> I've just re-flashed openwrt from
> >> http://www.ilesansfil.org/dist/openwrt/openwrt-g-code.bin and I can
> >> see
> >> the device's default web page but there does not appear to be a telnet
> >> daemon.
> >> A port scan reveals only ports 53 and 80 are open. So I'm wondering,
> >> does your openwrt compilation include the telnet or ssh daemon?
> > All openwrt include the telnet daemon. I don't know why it's not
> > wnabled
> > after a clean flash. You'l need to boot openwrt in failsafe mode and
> > try to
> > figure out what's up. Just running firstboot will likely fix it.
> > --
> > Benoit GrÃ©goire, http://benoitg.coeus.ca/
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