parallelno @ 01/15/18 04:05
Pliz tell me what is the maximum size for a 4MB flash drive.
If I am not mistaken, then, someone in this thread wrote:
If I am mistaken, I apologize, the flu, lazy and hard to look for :)
in case of using a router with 4 MB of flash memory, the size of the firmware file with the marking of squashfs factory should not exceed 3.8 MB or3932160 bye t; check it twice before proceeding with the firmware of the router
I do not believe my eyes. everything gathered without problems
But this firmware without LUCI and anything else you need.
From the firmware, you can throw a lot of things, as an example:
Turn on the Strip
Disable support for Mesh networks
Disable IPv6 support
Change the size of the block SquashFS
Remove information about installed packages
Further, with care, as needed:
What packages can be removed
OPKG Package Manager
Dropbear - SSH Server
WPAd - Wi-Fi Daemon
iwinfo - wifi command line information
USB 1.x aka OHCI
INFA taken from this article:
OPKG, by definition, is not needed, since you are assembling the firmware yourself, you will be able to include the necessary package in it during assembly.
I would argue, especially if, without LuCi, everything depends on the danger of the environment, there is a usual telnet offered for replacement, so itвЂ™s your choice.
WPAd is replaced by WPAd-mini, but the author suggests replacing it with packages, the development of which leaves much to be desired. I am certainly not an expert, but, all the same, security holes should be closed, and who closes them, if the packages are not updated, is a rhetorical question.
Well, USB, if not in the router, is uniquely deleted, if there is, then decide for what purposes and select only the necessary packages.
it cleans up normally, and you are struggling for size ... However, please note that without debugging, some glitches, if any, you may not catch.
To summarize: It helped me, the place remained decent.Post has been editedCrestFallen_Soul - 15.01.18, 12:47