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MultiWAN for x86

This is a MultiWAN OpenWRT version for x86-based computers.

40MB or more IDE/USB HDD/flashdrive is required to boot.

How to use:
  1. Download vmlinuz, rootfs, initrd and syslinux.cfg files.
  2. Partition your HDD. We need 2 partitions:
    • First one must be 2MB big, FAT, active.
    • Second one must be EXT2 and at least 35MB big.
  3. Install SYSLINUX to the root of the first partition. Do not forget to install a boot sector.
  4. Put openwrt-x86-vmlinuz file to the root of the FAT partition as vmlinuz.
  5. To boot from IDE:
    put syslinux.cfg to the root of the FAT partition.
  6. To boot from USB:
    1. Put syslinux-usb.cfg to the root of the FAT partition as a syslinux.cfg.
    2. Put openwrt-x86-initrd.gz to the root of the FAT partition as a initrd.gz.
      Note: file must stay GZipped.
  7. Unpack openwrt-x86-rootfs.tgz to the EXT2 partition.
    tar -C where/it/mounted -xvjf openwrt-x86-rootfs.tar.bz2
  8. Boot your computer from this HDD/flashdrive
To perform these simple steps you can boot from Linux LiveCD, or connect your HDD to another computer (even USB-IDE adapter will suite).

 In case this info is not enoug please contact support@djarvur.net

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openwrt-x86-initrd.gz
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Nov 21, 2009, 4:37 AM
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openwrt-x86-rootfs.tgz
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Nov 21, 2009, 4:38 AM
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openwrt-x86-vmlinuz
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syslinux-usb.cfg
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syslinux.cfg
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