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How to: Install DD-WRT (X86) On a PC in Linux

Oct 02, 2009, 01:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"After you boot into Ubuntu, make sure you have the DD-WRT image file accessible. If you had put it onto a flash drive, CD, or other removable storage, insert that now. Otherwise, connect to a network so you can get on the Internet to download the image file. If needed, use the download links above.

"Take a moment and identify the path to the image file; you'll need to enter this later as part of a command. If you downloaded it in Ubuntu, it may be on your desktop; for example, /home/your_username/Desktop/dd-wrt_full_vga.image. If it's on a flash drive or CD, you can browse to it and copy the path from the Location field."

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