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braian87b / openwrt-lede-on-pogoplug-mobile.sh
Created Dec 27, 2017
PogoPlug Mobile - Install OpenWrt on internal flash (128mb) and keep allowing boot to SD or USB
View openwrt-lede-on-pogoplug-mobile.sh
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Device - PogoPlug Mobile - Install OpenWrt on internal flash (128mb) and keep allowing boot to SD or USB
# ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
http://blog.qnology.com/2015/02/openwrt-on-pogoplug-mobile.html
# Corrected URLs, because download.qnology.com is down:
http://ssl.pepas.com/pogo/mirrored/download.qnology.com/pogoplug/v4/
cd /tmp
#wget http://ssl.pepas.com/pogo/mirrored/download.qnology.com/pogoplug/v4/fw_printenv
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braian87b / pure_debian_on_iomega_ez.sh
Last active Jul 31, 2019
How to Install pure Debian on Iomega EZ Media and Backup Center
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# Relevant info about this:
https://forum.lede-project.org/t/lenovo-iomega-ez-media-backup-center/5031/ # "Lenovo Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center"
https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,35331,35434#msg-35434 # "Lenovo iomega EZ support" but read entire thread if it is possible
https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,15887 # "Debian on Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center" this is another thread about
https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,12096 # "Linux Kernel 4.14.1 Kirkwood package and Debian rootfs" Kernel and rootfs, thanks to this it is possible to run Debian
# Using a Debian box (it could be a VM) with the harddrive connected (it could be a minimal net-install Debian)
See ip with:
ip addr show
# connect remotely using:
user@outside:~/# ssh user@10.211.55.6
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braian87b / openwrt-lede-on-pc-vm.sh
Created Nov 22, 2017
Instruction to have OpenWRT or LEDE on a X86 PC or Virtual Machine
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# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# Instruction to have OpenWRT or LEDE on a X86 PC or Virtual Machine:
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
# boot using DamnSmallLinux or similar:
sudo /etc/init.d/ssh start
# see IP to connect using ssh
ifconfig
# set a password for root
su
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braian87b / remove_dups_tmbackup.sh
Last active Jun 17, 2018
Convert TimeMachine backup into a Differential-like backup
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
# thisfile: remove_dups_tmbackup.sh
# save the current path
CURRENT_DIR=$(pwd)
# receive backup destinarion directory as argument
DEST_DIR="$1"
# search for last previous destination directory name
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braian87b / OpenWRT-LEDE-uci-defauls-TP-LINK-factory-SSID-KEY.sh
Last active Aug 28, 2017
OpenWRT - LEDE uci-defaults for TP-LINK Routers for default factory SSID and KEY
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braian87b / image-builder-openwrt-lede.sh
Last active Feb 12, 2019
Image-Builder Procedure for OpenWRT - LEDE
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# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Image-Builder Procedure for OpenWRT - LEDE (In this case using Debian x64 NetInstall virtual machine)
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
su
apt-get update # Optional, make and upgrade too in case it has too many old pakackes.
apt-get install make aria2 screen ncftp -y
screen -
cd ~
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braian87b / openwrt-lede-on-wd-mbl.sh
Last active May 8, 2019
Install OpenWRT or LEDE on WD MBL Western Digital MyBookLive
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# Instructions to Install OpenWRT or LEDE on WD MBL Western Digital MyBookLive (Tested on Single, but it should work on Duo too)
# Recommended to use a Linux / Debian box with wget, dd, gunzip, lsblk
# Using a Debian box (it could be a VM) with the harddrive connected (it could be a minimal net-install Debian)
See ip with:
ip addr show
# connect remotely using:
user@outside:~/# ssh user@10.211.55.6
# We elevate permissions or even better install and config sudo
user@debian8vm:~/# su
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braian87b / equal-bonding-link.sh
Last active Aug 8, 2017
Equal Cost Routing (OpenWrt - LEDE)
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braian87b / wireless-link-bonding.sh
Last active Mar 22, 2019
Linux Interface Bonding on Wireless Link (OpenWrt / LEDE)
View wireless-link-bonding.sh
View readme.ru.translation.md

The firmware is designed for installation on a single-disk network drive Western Digital 'MyBook Live'. It is built on the basis of the project LEDE (ex-OpenWRT): http://www.lede-project.org.

This version assumes that the installation is performed on a clean hard disk.

(!) ALL EXISTING DISK DATA WILL BE LOST (!)

To install, you need a computer with a Linux system installed, or bootable from an external media Linux system such as Live-CD, Live-USB, etc. The firmware is downloaded from github.com, the installation script uses the following utilities: sgdisk, mke2fs, lsblk.

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