At last week I installed OpenWrt on my Nergear WNDR4000.
The chip on the board is marked as U12H194T99 instead of *T00, which sets on board rev.1.
The most of staff in the web is about T00, so, it wasn’t so easily find something about T99.
I did a mistakes and got experience. So, I collected a couple of advices for you, %username%.
Some code constructions like:
a = 'first' if 1==2 \
else 'smoke' if 1==0 \
else 'spoke' if True == False \
else 'forth' if False \
make me blub. What happens if conditions will be giant? Omg, it’s will looks terrible!
This is a draft, have no enough time, btw, I guess, it could be informative for someone. I’ll make patch for 4.0.x version of kernel as soon as possible, if I don’t made it – ping me, please, in a comment :)Continue reading →