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Where Can I Find The Openwrt Port?
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is there any chanche to download the openwrt port?
or the project is dead?

many thanks...
 



 
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i think that the project is almost dead, no update since years...
 




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Hi Maxter,

for which device exactly are you looking for openWRT?

I have ported it years ago, and upon some recent requests, I made new images available on my wiki (OpenWRT Backfire 10.3)
http://opengemini.free.fr/wiki/doku.php?id=openwrt

I am looking for volunters with preferably redboot console access to validate my images and to support new devices if necessary

For now:

Planex MZK-NAS (mine): OK
IcyBox IB-NAS4210 : waiting a user to test it
 



 
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Hi, and have a happy new year!

I've been looking for some time for a port of openwrt for Raidsonic IcyBox 4210. I only found something for 4220. I hope they are quite similar, differing only by the number of hdd bays.

There are some users who worked on porting. The results can be found on:

http://opengemini.free.fr/wiki/doku.php?id=openwrt - i volunteered to test it but worked only partially.

more promising seems to be

http://moron.de/news.php?item.17 with download page http://www.trustanywhere.com/download/public/openwrt-ib4220/

I volunteer to test your releases. I have an Icybox 4210 with acces to serial console (i built it with the help of the author of opengemini.free.fr). I also would like to build my own openwrt but I need the kernel files inside the trunk of openwrt svn. Maybe it would be easier to work with the openwrt team to port openwrt to these devices. The result would be the possibility for the end-user to build his own image, like it is possible, at least for me, to build it for my router.

Please let me know if I can help with testing. I may answer your posts with some delays.
 



 
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