Specifically what I'd like to do is run screenfetch on my router, just for fun.
Here's my disk space free:
admin@RT-N66W:/tmp/home/root# df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/root 30336 30336 0 100% / tmpfs 119880 448 119432 0% /tmp devfs 119880 0 119880 0% /dev /dev/mtdblock4 768 472 296 61% /jffs
Here are my options in /bin:
admin@RT-N66W:/tmp/home/root# ls /bin/ ash comgt echo ionice more ping sed umount booster cp egrep kill mount ping6 sh uname booster_watchdog date fgrep ln mv ps sleep usleep busybox dd fsync login netstat pwd sync vi cat df grep ls nice rm tar watch chmod dmesg gunzip mkdir nvram rmdir touch wps_monitor chown eapd gzip mknod pidof rstats true zcat
The only way I can connect to it, AFAIK, is through telnet. The script I'd like to run is 232kb and I only have 120kb available. Would I be able to mount another device, like my laptop, and run the script from there, with these tools? Or is there some other way to run it?