Installing DD-WRT -

g geleem at
Tue Aug 17 00:09:57 UTC 2010

On 08/16/2010 11:14 PM, Craig White wrote:

> dd-wrt features dwarf Linksys WRT54G software features - I was sorry I
> didn't convert sooner and so will you.

thanks for pointer on 'dwarf'.

in using dwarf, can wrt54g still be upgraded to later version?

or does memory hold wrt54g back?

> Zoneminder is very cool but be prepared as it will saturate your
> wireless, processor and hard drives.

actually, i plan on putting zoneminder and apache in their own box with
plenty of ram and use it for a security server.

this way, i should be able to group camera channels and regular use
channels to their own spread. at least that is intention from limited
reading that i did.

i first read about zoneminder when it first came out and from what i
see now, it just about has everything covered.


peace out.



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