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revised How to compile and install iperf on a MIPS based router?
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comment How to compile and install iperf on a MIPS based router?
Do Linux based firmwares like DD-WRT have a native compiler? So far I have only found the source files (e.g. iperf-3.0.tar.gz) for iperf. If there is no native compiler, then chances are that I will need to cross compile that with x86 as host and MIPS as target. I will need a cross compiling environment set up on my desktop. This seems like a very complicated and time consuming task. So for now, I will probably put this on the shelf among other unfinished projects. If there's another way to run iperf on DD-WRT, please fill me in.
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revised How to install D-Link DWA-160 revision B2 with Ralink chipset on Debian Linux?
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comment How to install D-Link DWA-160 revision B2 with Ralink chipset on Debian Linux?
@Tim Looks to me like you are using the lspci -k command to accomplish pretty much the same thing as with the lsusb -v command. The LS stands for "list" and PCI is the interface. So you are telling it to list PCI devices. While my device is a USB device. So that doesn't seem right in this case. Use lsusb instead, as in "list USB". PS: You can't use [code] tags in comments, this is not a forum. If you want to do in-line code markup you have to use the grave accent character (backticks).
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comment How to install D-Link DWA-160 revision B2 with Ralink chipset on Debian Linux?
Theoretically, I could take the A2 versions I have on my Windows computer, and use it on Linux. And then install the B2 on my Windows computer. That should work... theoretically. But I don't really want to move it (e.g. I have its MAC address locked), and I want to make the B2 work on Linux and hopefully learn something in the process.
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