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Bryan Mayland

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I've finally figured out how far I needed to roll back luci and openwrt to get it stable again on this platform. The website is as ridiculously slow as always but it appears to stay running now and I even configured the wifi through the web interface. It took two times for me to be able to go through all the steps because it ground to a halt the first try on the "save and commit" step.

As a tip, when ever page starts to load and there's the part on the top that says "Auto Refresh: On", click on that to turn it off as soon as it appears. LuCI attempts to start refreshing the page data every few seconds before it even finishes loading, which takes one of the two http connections on the server. That tends to make things go very poorly.

Anyway, images are here in the normal place. I'm going to tag this a "release" now, as there's pretty much nothing else I can do on this platform any more due to the memory restriction. The linkmeter part and HeaterMeter will probably still get some updates, but the alarm triggers won't work because there's not enough RAM to shell out to them.
http://capnbry.net/linkmeter/snapshots/trunk/
 
I've finally figured out how far I needed to roll back luci and openwrt to get it stable again on this platform. The website is as ridiculously slow as always but it appears to stay running now and I even configured the wifi through the web interface. It took two times for me to be able to go through all the steps because it ground to a halt the first try on the "save and commit" step.

Awesome. Got it up and running and it seems great! The IP display on the LCD on boot was a nice surprise. A happy new year surprise!
 

 

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