Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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FishAir
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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Please oh please build a release from this and the following ones with wifi channel 13 enabled! Pretty please. :)

Wild Rat
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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FishAir wrote:Please oh please build a release from this and the following ones with wifi channel 13 enabled! Pretty please. :)


I support that. program has long become used worldwide, and each country has its own limitations - respectively, a user should be able to choose what suits him.

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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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yc3948
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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LogicWater wrote:
marvinandro wrote:I don't see anyone complaining or expecting anything. I only stated that the traffic in the forum is low, compared let's say to the latest thread on jelly beans 4.2... or dd-wrt in the days wrt54g was new. Times change, I'm back to 1.5.6 and it's rock solid for what it offers.

Does it provide stable OpenVPN connection?

NO OpenVPN never stable on gargoyle and no one want to fix it...
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yc3948
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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Sorry for say this gargoyle become very unstable and many many bugs after 1.5.4 and 1.4.7
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ispyisail
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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yc3948 wrote:
LogicWater wrote:
marvinandro wrote:I don't see anyone complaining or expecting anything. I only stated that the traffic in the forum is low, compared let's say to the latest thread on jelly beans 4.2... or dd-wrt in the days wrt54g was new. Times change, I'm back to 1.5.6 and it's rock solid for what it offers.

Does it provide stable OpenVPN connection?

NO OpenVPN never stable on gargoyle and no one want to fix it...


I use OpenVPN and it works!

Trailblazer
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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Thanks for another great build, Eric!

Themes aren't working for me. I can load them via putty, but when I choose them through the GUI, it turns to text-only...really messy looking.

I tried all of them. Tried Opera and IE.

http://imgur.com/gRD5C

Edit:
Don't get it...but now it works fine. Oh, must have been the reboot. :oops:
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LogicWater
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

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NO OpenVPN never stable on gargoyle and no one want to fix it...

I use OpenVPN and it works!



Do you have setup a OpenVPN server and not the OpenVPN client? Are you using the latest firmware or a different firmware version?

Eric
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

Post by Eric »

It looks like there was a rather subtle bug in generating OpenVPN client config files when the protocol was configured as TCP, which should now be fixed. So, if you're using an older version try using UDP, or build from source and TCP client configs should be fixed.

teixeiraa
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Re: Version 1.5.8 - USB Storage with FTP

Post by teixeiraa »

I have a suggestion. why not include the option: if the ADSL is unavailable, chaver for 3G?

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