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Well since this blog option is available, I may as well utilize it.
I was thinking I would chronicle my time I spent hitch-hiking the grand ole US. Roughly 4 years, in which I saw plenty of states, met tons of people, and did things most people have only read about or dreamed.
During this tour of adventures I was banned from National Monuments, stuck on a mountain at 11,000 feet with no more then a $20 tent from wal-mart, spent $3,000 dollars at a convinence...
Posted 06-24-2011 at 03:44 AM bypeonuser Updated 06-28-2011 at 02:20 AM bypeonuser
Set up a tftp server on a K2-500 running Debian squeeze.
Went to redboot install dd-wrt on an old airlink ar430w. Did it before on another unit without a hitch with using a different set of instructions. This time it foobarred. Do not think the router is totally bricked, but will have to make a jtag cable to try to fix it. Think I have a max232 chip around here somewhere.
Wished I had just spent time coding tonight. At least the soon to be discontinued router was only...