Since some days, I’m using zeroshell and I LOVE IT!
It’s the only open embedded-router-project supporting multiple internet-devices AND fallback, which is exactly what I need.. Thanks! 🙂
Now I wanted to install net-snmp to add the router to my stats-page and doing this I encountered a problem: Insufficient diskspace on my root-partition.
Doing a “df -h”, I learned that the root-fs is a ramdisk (at /dev/ram2) with a size of 32MB, which really isn’t big…
My questions are: Is this really a ramdisk oder just a mounted image from somewhere? And do I have any chance to increase this? Is the net-snmp-package from zeroshell.net usable with an embedded device (Alix 2d2) anyway?
Please help..! 🙂