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DD-WRT users, taas ang kamay!

  • ^try aria2c, although sa pyload, napapalitan ko naman yung destination address ng download (sa bagong version v0.49 beta)
  • ^ Ah uu nga pala hanap na lang ako ng webui for aria2. Hindi ko pa naiinstallan ng pyload through optware eh, nakita ko lang sa mga screenshots na walang place to change the destination folder every time you want to add a download katulad dun sa transmission torrent client.

    Last na tanong, mas maganda ba ang Entware kesa Optware?
  • ^meron bwq builds ang tomato kung saan integrated na yung aria2c (with WebUI), if yung router mo supports tomatousb shibby build at least since fork build yung bwq firmware sa shibby.

    as for repositories, depende na lang yan, sa transmission and other packages, mas maganda yung entware, pero meron din mga mailan ilan na packages na available lang sa optware. so nasasayo na yan.

    -- edited by polka on Aug 19 2014, 07:52 PM
  • Mukha ngang mas maganda yung tomato. Pero I ended up with Asus Merlin FW, para may hardware acceleration. Yun nga lang, hindi ata compatible yung ARM routers sa entware eh....

    Eto last na talaga:

    Okay lang ba na NTFS yung format ng download location (via external hd) ng pyload/aria2c? Hindi kaya magkaroon ng data corruption pag NTFS ang gamit kesa ext3/4? Gamit ko din kasi yung hard disk sa Windows PC eh.
  • hardware acceleration? you mean fast nat? meron din naman kamatis nyan, tawag nga lang nila dun is cfe mode.

    ntfs as drive for downloads? not sure. ntfs is buggy, even in asus merlin, stick with ext2/3 if you want some stability, else, stick with asus download master instead.
  • Parang nabasa ko kasi sabi ni Merlin binili daw ng asus yung closed source drivers ng Paragon to be able to write faster on NTFS compared sa native linux. Kung etx3 naman ang format ng external hd ko, either ang gagamitin ko eh ext2fsd or gagawa pa ako ng linux virtual machine sa Windows PC :/

    Cge, thanks po!
  • meron na rin sariling paragon driver ang tomatousb, pero ported lang sya sa N56u or later series (under AC build firmwares)

    sa N16 or pababa wala :(

    but you can stick with merlin if you want some speed boost sa ntfs. but take a risk na lang for filesystem corruption (yep not file corruption) so you might end up messing the whole filesystem and require reformatting.

    using ext2fsd is fine, ginagamit ko din yan. Or you can just boot linux right on your windows desktop (no virtualization needed).
  • Nagpasafe na ako and I went with ext4 :)

    But I still have a slight problem eh.

    I installed aria2 and pyload with lighttpd on optware. Those three are working fine. Ang problema ko lang eh pag gusto ko nang i-delete/cancel yung downloads sa aria2 or pyload, hindi nadedelete yung actual file sa download folder. Kailan ko pa siyang i-manual delete from Samba or ssh.

    Ang question ko, is the root of the problem lighttpd? Kasi naka set ang uid na gamit niya as "nobody" but the files are owned by the root user. Aria2 and pyload can make folders, files and the download folder has 777 permissions, so I'm really confused as to why it can't delete the cancelled files.
  • wala naman ako issue regarding canceling or deleting downloads on aria2 nor pyload.

    for lighttpd, I assume that you were using a something like webui-aria2 since those are relying with aria2's rpc communication, meaning the webui itself has nothing do with files operation on your drive, the aria2 is the one who handles those tasks.

    and if you use ext4 on your router, that maybe the issue iba yung file permissions ng ext4 sa ext2/3
  • Yeah, mukha ngang hindi ang lighttpd ang problema. Damn... Yung transmission daemon ko naman has no problems deleting the files from the device on that ext4. Wala naman akong nakitang abnormal/errors sa logs. Bka dahil cross-compiled itong aria2 hehe.

    Pero at least working na yung Asus Merlin + Probox setup ko, mas tipid kesa bumili ng Synology Nas :)

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