Hey guys, new here but alot of information here has helped me out. I own a WNR2000v4 which i recently had OpenWRT 15.05 successfully installed upon. The information provided on this forum and the wiki were amazingly helpful.
Mind you...my road has gone a bit awry.
Ofcourse, like anyone else i was dissatisfied with the memory available on the device and figured i'd attempt my hands at a Luci-less installation with usb packages for a USB mod. Afterwards i would install luci in the expanded usb storage.
I installed the build environment and went through several configuration variations until i came up with something i was satisfied with testing.
I flashed the new sysupgrade.bin, everything went well. My router settings were saved as expected and my luci-less setup was running. My wireless came up as expected and my router functioned normally. The only caveat was that i could no longer SSH into my router. For some reason my root password had become changed/corrupted? After some intense googling i decided to tftp reset firmware back to 18.104.22.168 which went without a hitch.
I'm currently sitting here with as stock a WNR2000v4 as i could possibly ask for, running perfectly fine mind you.
The plan was to start from stock and reinstall openwrt so i could set the root password as with an initial installation..
However, now i'm stuck since UDPtelnetenable.py will not enable telnet on my device for some reason.
-- This totally worked the first time round.
So....what now? >.<
So i think i'll be getting a USB / TTL Serial cable, ya?
Well, i got the UDPtelnetenable.py to work, i dunno i got up this morning and tried it out again..bam it worked -shrugs- i dunno wtf i was doing wrong. Anyway...
On another note, i do own an Arduino Uno anyone done serial communication with it like the OWRT wiki says about @ http://tinyurl.com/gt99a8z?
(Last edited by fateinabox on 23 Jun 2016, 09:13)