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 **Note: Gargoyle is now based on Backfire and theoretically installing as a set of packages should work, but these instructions are likely out of date and may no longer work. **Note: Gargoyle is now based on Backfire and theoretically installing as a set of packages should work, but these instructions are likely out of date and may no longer work.
 ** **
 +==== Introduction ====
  
 Finally, if you have OpenWrt //​Kamikaze//​ installed, it's very straightforward to install Gargoyle as a set of packages. ​ Finally, if you have OpenWrt //​Kamikaze//​ installed, it's very straightforward to install Gargoyle as a set of packages. ​
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 +==== SSH into the router ====
 +=== Add Gargoyle Repository ===
  
  
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 src gargoyle http://​gargoyle-router.com/​packages/​kamikaze0809/​atheros-2.6 ​ src gargoyle http://​gargoyle-router.com/​packages/​kamikaze0809/​atheros-2.6 ​
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 +=== Install Required Packages ===
  
 Then run "opkg update"​ to update opkg with information about gargoyle. The router must be connected to the internet for this to work: Then run "opkg update"​ to update opkg with information about gargoyle. The router must be connected to the internet for this to work:
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 The next (and final) step is to actually install the packages. If you're running a broadcom router, especially one with lots of memory, this is very simple. Merely run "ipkg install gargoyle"​ The next (and final) step is to actually install the packages. If you're running a broadcom router, especially one with lots of memory, this is very simple. Merely run "ipkg install gargoyle"​
 +=== Install Gargoyle ===
  
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 opkg install gargoyle ​ opkg install gargoyle ​
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 +=== Final Check ===
  
 ... And that's it. You're done. Gargoyle should now be installed and accessible via the web interface at your router'​s ip address. ... And that's it. You're done. Gargoyle should now be installed and accessible via the web interface at your router'​s ip address.
 +==== Trouble Shooting ====
  
 If you still are having trouble getting the gargoyle packages to install because of memory issues, first try rebooting the router. Sometimes this frees enough memory to make the installation work. If that doesn'​t work consider trying to install from one of the full images as described below which do not rely on using OpenWrt'​s (terrible) package manager. If you still are having trouble getting the gargoyle packages to install because of memory issues, first try rebooting the router. Sometimes this frees enough memory to make the installation work. If that doesn'​t work consider trying to install from one of the full images as described below which do not rely on using OpenWrt'​s (terrible) package manager.
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