Compare that with OpenWrt (back two posts) which only creates one NVRAM partition at 0x7f0000 and, the area at 0x7e0000 is the last 64KB of the "rootfs_data". From dmesg of original firmware: Creating 5 MTD partitions on "Physically mapped flash":
5. OpenWrt configuration. The most of the configuration in OpenWrt is done by setting variables in the NVRAM, even if you are a experienced linux user, this modell of configuration will be quit new to you and you will have to get used to it. You should alwayes be aware of what you are doing when you change your NVRAM variables. A dd-wrt and open-wrt guru, then injected my original mac addresses into the nvram partition, allowing me to write wrote both partitions (combined) to the RedBoot mtd partition of DD-WRT. Problem solved: The router can now boot OpenWrt and the stock firmware. A list of all nvram variables that are used in the last version of Openwrt would be very helpfull, or maybe a script that is a part of the firmware that can be edited with the needed values. That way with every new firmware version that script can be adapted to the new variables and the old ones that are not needed can be erased. Compare that with OpenWrt (back two posts) which only creates one NVRAM partition at 0x7f0000 and, the area at 0x7e0000 is the last 64KB of the "rootfs_data". From dmesg of original firmware: Creating 5 MTD partitions on "Physically mapped flash": The abbreviation UCI stands for Unified Configuration Interface and is a system to centralize the configuration of OpenWrt services.. UCI is the successor to the NVRAM-based configuration found in the White Russian series of OpenWrt and is the main configuration user interface for the most important system settings.
How do I enable atf on openwrt? I do own a wndr3700v2 and it has a ath9k wifi chip as far as I know. I only found this way to enable it and am a bit afraid to try it out: nvram set wl2_atf=1 nvram set wl0_atf=1 nvram set wl1_atf=1
OpenWrt Project: package: nvram nvram Version: 10 Description: This package contains an utility to manipulate NVRAM on Broadcom based devices.\\ It works on bcm47xx (Linux 2.6) without using the kernel api.\\ \\ Installed size: 5kB Dependencies: libc Categories: base-system Repositories: base LEDE Release: LEDE-17.01.4 File size: 6kB Maintainer: Jo-Philipp Wich Bug report Topic: Openwrt nvram variables list - OpenWrt Forum Archive Jun 02, 2005
nvram an older tool to set the NVRAM, used for OpenWRT 0.9 and earlier, still available in OpenWRT 7.09. Gone in OpenWRT 8.09. ipkg/opkg a package manager, used to install packages in OpenWRT 7.09 and up. As of OpenWRT 8.08, the opkg package manager replaced the ipkg package manager. uci a configuration tool, used in OpenWRT 7.09 and up. LuCI
OpenWrt - Wikipedia OpenWrt (OPEN Wireless RouTer) is an open source project for embedded operating systems based on Linux, primarily used on embedded devices to route network traffic. The main components are Linux, util-linux, musl, and BusyBox.All components have been optimized to be small enough to fit into the limited storage and memory available in home routers. OpenWRT FINAL for NETGEAR R7500 | MyOpenRouter Nov 19, 2014 DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - From OpenWRT to DD-WRT