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Nevermind, looks like LEDs are working without any additional modules.
Zeroshell version 3.9.1
and still outdated tzdata (zoneinfo)
Please, for God’s sake, update tzdata (zoneinfo) !
Per favore, per l’amor di Dio, aggiorna tzdata (zoneinfo) !
…waiting for x86 iso/image…
Btw, can anyone check if tzdata is still ancient outdated version in 3.91?
can anyone also check https://www.7-zip.org ?
I have failures to open site from behind ZS 3.9 and ZS 3.7.1
no proxy and no virus checking enabled, etc
DNS are also google ones.
Thank you.February 28, 2017 at 1:00 pm in reply to: Development Environment (gcc, g++ and header files) #54254
it’s for subscribers only? 😥
nevermind, it’s need to be modprobe.blacklist=sunhme 😀
And finally problem#1 is kinda solved:
1. add modprobe.blacklist=sunhme to /grub/grub.cfg on first partition
2. create file /Database/modprobe.d/sunhme.conf with content:
options sunhme macaddr=0x00,0x03,0xba,0xa1,0xb1,0xc1
3. add to preboot:
cp /Database/modprobe.d/sunhme.conf /etc/modprobe.d/
ugly, but kinda working 😳
ok, how to prevent module sunhme loading?
I edited /grub/grub.cfg on first partition (like here https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=13917#13917 ) so now it’s
root@zeroshell ~> cat /proc/cmdline
BOOT_IMAGE=/1/3.18.21-ZS/vmlinuz root=HD=ZS-EA26E021_3.4.0_1 quiet rdblacklist=sunhme
but sunhme is still loading 😥
and no img.gz again 🙁
that’s why my “answer” was started with word “lol” =)
And with only 1 ethernet port and 2 (or 4) usb ports i do not think that raspberry is suitable device for zeroshell
For simple wifi AP/router toy for home use there is openwrt for raspberry afair
take the sources and compile it already by yourself =)
3.2.1 img wanted 😳
I do not see Package 30300 “High Performance Firewall, QoS and NAT Router” in list of Available Packages in ZS 3.1.0 fresh installation.
Does it mean that this feature is already by default included in ZS 3.1.0 fresh installation?August 28, 2011 at 6:03 am in reply to: How to add a program to zeroshell that survives a reboot? #51928
There is the way to store files in /Database directory (here files can survive reboot) and copy them to place where they are need to be via Post Boot script in Startup/Cron section in web-interface.
For example in my case i store udpxy binary and udpxy-startscript in /Database/udpxy/ and every boot system copy udpxy binary to /bin and run udpxystart.sh script:Code:# Startup Script
cp /Database/udpxy/udpxy /bin
Is this feature implemented in Zeroshell since then, or it need to be installed separately?
Updated: Is it possible to make “igmpproxy mod” similar to mods on http://0sh-mods.net/ ?
Updated: Compiled it, “installed” it and run it on my ZeroShell 1.0.beta12 box (P-III 500Mhz / 256Mb / 2 x Realtek 8139C + TP-Link TL-WN350GD). Processor load at 100% (via top) (and up to 160% via graphic statistics window).
So, udpxy (udp->http IPTV proxy) is my choice after it (since i need to watch IPTV on only one computer in LAN). Processor load maximum up to 20%.