Which means writing tickets to get it fixed until final release.
I guess that is the appropriate start. Hope we can nail that one before release. I also think it is about time we got a userfriendly (i.e., an image we can install through web-interface) installation of openwrt on rb493g too.
Did you try the SD-card-reader?
No, sorry. I did apply the patch, but all the suitable SD cards I have are in busy use by my family. I can try to nick one soon. However, I came from a TP-Link TL-WR1043ND less than a year ago where I had to do with 8MB of storage. Got a Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H last year with a whopping 32MB of storage. Now this Mikrotik beauty has 128MB of storage. Even after installing Python on it I still have only 30% usage, so I am hard pressed putting additional storage to good use. I already have a USB-disk I will use for file-sharing and back-up.
BTW, I noticed the wget2nand script does not clean up the rootfs.tgz file. I will try to find time to submit a patch for it, but in the mean time you can free up (in my case where I compiled in a lot the file is just over 10MB) some storage on the nand by deleting it. You will find it in the root folder I believe ( that is / and not /root, sorry for the ambiguity).
(Last edited by Del on 9 Jan 2013, 14:01)