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Re: freecwmp on non-OpenWrt platform

To: Ivan Drobyshevskyi <drobyshevskyi@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: freecwmp on non-OpenWrt platform
From: Luka Perkov <freecwmp@lukaperkov.net>
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 16:58:20 +0100
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Hi Ivan,

On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 04:11:49PM +0200, Ivan Drobyshevskyi wrote:
> is it possible to run freecwmp on vanilla Linux system, without OpenWrt?

Yes. I run it on Arch, but other people are using it on Ubuntu and
Debian for example.

> If yes, what needs to be done? Is it enough just to compile all library
> dependencies or freecwmp relies on some OpenWrt infrastructure.

Here is the documentation:

http://www.freecwmp.org/development_linux.html
 
> The question is pretty ambiguous but it's probably crucial for everyone
> thinking about using freecwmp on non-openwrt devices.

You can use freecwmp on any linux system. You just need to have
dependencies installed correctly.

Luka

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