Installing DD-WRT -

James Mckenzie jjmckenzie51 at
Fri Aug 20 14:26:20 UTC 2010

I have a question:  What does this have to do with Fedora?

I've been following this thread with an interest to see what installing a software package on a router/firewall has to do with Linux?

Give me a clue or take this elsewhere (like a router list.)

James McKenzie

-----Original Message-----
>From: Bob Goodwin <bobgoodwin at>
>Sent: Aug 20, 2010 7:19 AM
>To: users at
>Subject: Re: Installing DD-WRT -
>  On 20/08/10 09:48, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 06:38:01 -0400,
>>    John Aldrich<jmaldrich at>  wrote:
>>> Not really... however, it may be that the developers of DD-WRT never
>>> dreamed anyone would want more than a handful of DHCP assignments, so the
>> They also have a commercial version and have limited some things (not
>> necessarily DHCP assignments) in order to be able to sell the other version.
>>> functionality just isn't there. You might try hacking the code to create
>>> your own version of DD-WRT and submitting it back to them, or find something
>>> else, like your Fedora box, to do your DHCP assignments (just to help bring
>>> this thread back on-topic.<Grin>)
>> If one wants to go that route, OpenWRT is probably a better choice.
>    I followed the OpenWRT until I got to the point where it asked me to
>    get the right version of the software to install. I got lost there,
>    searched for a while and gave up ...
>    I did not see nay place where there was an advanced version of
>    DD-WRT for sale? I'll have to look again. I would pay a reasonable
>    amount for it.
>    Bob
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