Tutorial: WRt54G SD card reader mod


Tutorial: WRt54G SD card reader mod

Something to think of in the near future. This and the dual serial port hack would allow me to run my router as a dedicated wardriving box. Please don't laugh if you see me driving down the road with a router on my dash.

This project is for people who would like to add a little storage to their Linksys WRT54G router besides the builtin 4MB flash ram. What we will do is connect an SD card reader to some of the GPIO pins of the CPU found inside the Linksys and with the help of a little driver we can use as a block device from Linux. This means that if you compile your kernel for the Linksys with e.g. support for MSDOS partitions and VFAT you will be able to mount, read, write, partition and so on your normal SD cards. The speed obtainable for reading and writing seems to be about 200 KB/s.

lr2Clique – Combination click and hit stats


lr2Clique - Combination click and hit stats

Just a quick post to let you know that progress is being made on my community plugin for the Weblog Tools Collection plugin contest.

I've had the data collection plugin running here for about a week now. Please comment, or email me if you have seen any strange javascript errors.

I'm working on, and have a fair start for a combination link and hit tracker with a community twist.