is these one? l
ibsysfs_2.1.0-2_arc_arc700.ipk i had to go reset routrer now i have all other again? did i guess?
it looks like is these one
Installing libusb-1.0 (1.0.22-1) to root... Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.9/packages/mips_24kc/base/libusb-1.0_1.0.22-1_mips_24kc.ipk Installing librt (1.1.19-2) to root... Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.9/targets/ar71xx/generic/packages/librt_1.1.19-2_mips_24kc.ipk Configuring librt. Configuring libusb-1.0.
What you installed doesn't get you any USB menu, those packages are required for USB support.
I'm still missing the output from lsusb.
Did you install fs support ?
Btw, the path needs to be absolute.
i installed usb support named
libusb-1.0 and that is ok installed and all
these is ok installed
kmod-usb-core kmod-usb-ehci kmod-usb-ohci kmod-usb-storage kmod-usb-storage-uas kmod-usb-uhci kmod-usb2 usbutils
now i will install
[libsysfs_2.1.0-2_arc_arc700.ipk](https://mirrors.cloud.tencent.com/lede/releases/18.06.9/packages/arc_arc700/base/libsysfs_2.1.0-2_arc_arc700.ipk) that is ok ? have fs on end filename ?fs
and its also was installed
Package libsysfs (2.1.0-2) installed in root is up to date.
No, it's not, it should be a kmod.
Installing kmod (20-1) to root...
i installed is it that?
libkmod i installed these also?
I didn't say it should be called kmod, but should be a kmod.
Like i said, go through the web UI, there you'll see what you're actually doing/installing.
am not even sure in what folder and what nicks are potential may be for my usb support
Unknown package 'lsusb'. usage: opkg [options...] sub-command [arguments...] where sub-command is one of: Package Manipulation: update Update list of available packages upgrade <pkgs> Upgrade packages install <pkgs> Install package(s) configure <pkgs> Configure unpacked package(s) remove <pkgs|regexp> Remove package(s) flag <flag> <pkgs> Flag package(s) <flag>=hold|noprune|user|ok|installed|unpacked (one per invocation) Informational Commands: list List available packages list-installed List installed packages list-upgradable List installed and upgradable packages list-changed-conffiles List user modified configuration files files <pkg> List files belonging to <pkg> search <file|regexp> List package providing <file> find <regexp> List packages whose name or description matches <regexp> info [pkg|regexp] Display all info for <pkg> status [pkg|regexp] Display all status for <pkg> download <pkg> Download <pkg> to current directory compare-versions <v1> <op> <v2> compare versions using <= < > >= = << >> print-architecture List installable package architectures depends [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatdepends [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatdependsrec [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatrecommends[-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatsuggests[-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatprovides [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatconflicts [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ whatreplaces [-A] [pkgname|pat]+ Options: -A Query all packages not just those installed -V[<level>] Set verbosity level to <level>. --verbosity[=<level>] Verbosity levels: 0 errors only 1 normal messages (default) 2 informative messages 3 debug 4 debug level 2 -f <conf_file> Use <conf_file> as the opkg configuration file --conf <conf_file> --cache <directory> Use a package cache -d <dest_name> Use <dest_name> as the the root directory for --dest <dest_name> package installation, removal, upgrading. <dest_name> should be a defined dest name from the configuration file, (but can also be a directory name in a pinch). -o <dir> Use <dir> as the root directory for --offline-root <dir> offline installation of packages. --add-arch <arch>:<prio> Register architecture with given priority --add-dest <name>:<path> Register destination with given path Force Options: --force-depends Install/remove despite failed dependencies --force-maintainer Overwrite preexisting config files --force-reinstall Reinstall package(s) --force-overwrite Overwrite files from other package(s) --force-downgrade Allow opkg to downgrade packages --force-space Disable free space checks --force-postinstall Run postinstall scripts even in offline mode --force-remove Remove package even if prerm script fails --force-checksum Don't fail on checksum mismatches --no-check-certificate Don't validate SSL certificates --noaction No action -- test only --download-only No action -- download only --nodeps Do not follow dependencies --nocase Perform case insensitive pattern matching --size Print package size when listing available packages --force-removal-of-dependent-packages Remove package and all dependencies --autoremove Remove packages that were installed automatically to satisfy dependencies -t Specify tmp-dir. --tmp-dir Specify tmp-dir. -l Specify lists-dir. --lists-dir Specify lists-dir. regexp could be something like 'pkgname*' '*file*' or similar e.g. opkg info 'libstd*' or opkg search '*libop*' or opkg remove 'libncur*' Collected errors: * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package lsusb. opkg: option requires an argument: t opkg must have one sub-command argument
i go reset do alll frollic steps and all on first page to title
Automount the partition and have some progress
Mount Points Global Settings Generate Config Find all currently attached filesystems and swap and replace configuration with defaults based on what was detected Anonymous Swap Mount swap not specifically configured Anonymous Mount Mount filesystems not specifically configured Automount Swap Automatically mount swap on hotplug Automount Filesystem Automatically mount filesystems on hotplug Check filesystems before mount Automatically check filesystem for errors before mounting Mounted file systems Filesystem Mount Point Available Used Unmount /dev/root /rom 0.00 B / 2.50 MB 100% (2.50 MB) tmpfs /tmp 12.44 MB / 13.56 MB 8% (1.12 MB) /dev/mtdblock3 /overlay 2.16 MB / 4.19 MB 49% (2.03 MB) overlayfs:/overlay / 2.16 MB / 4.19 MB 49% (2.03 MB) tmpfs /dev 512.00 KB / 512.00 KB 0% (0.00 B) Mount Points Mount Points define at which point a memory device will be attached to the filesystem Enabled Device Mount Point Filesystem Options Root Check UUID: 1048104610481046 (/dev/sda1, 238471 MB) /mnt/sda1 ntfs defaults no no SWAP If your physical memory is insufficient unused data can be temporarily swapped to a swap-device resulting in a higher amount of usable RAM. Be aware that swapping data is a very slow process as the swap-device cannot be accessed with the high datarates of the RAM. Enabled Device This section contains no values yet Powered by LuCI openwrt-18.06 branch (git-20.319.49209-ab22243) / OpenWrt 18.06.9 r8077-7cbbab7246
now i try to mount some sd1 or sd0
got these network shares i shouldn isntall?
mount poins shows and looks its good now just to learn to mount disk , just to say i dont want to format hard disk
router see and flash memory but its not mounted
### Mounted file systems Filesystem Mount Point Available Used Unmount /dev/root /rom 0.00 B / 2.50 MB 100% (2.50 MB) tmpfs /tmp 12.75 MB / 13.56 MB 6% (828.00 KB) /dev/mtdblock3 /overlay 1.38 MB / 4.19 MB 67% (2.81 MB) overlayfs:/overlay / 1.38 MB / 4.19 MB 67% (2.81 MB) tmpfs /dev 512.00 KB / 512.00 KB 0% (0.00 B) ### Mount Points Mount Points define at which point a memory device will be attached to the filesystem Enabled Device Mount Point Filesystem Options Root Check UUID: 1048104610481046 (*not present*) /mnt/sda1 ? defaults no no ### SWAP If your physical memory is insufficient unused data can be temporarily swapped to a swap-device resulting in a higher amount of usable RAM. Be aware that swapping data is a very slow process as the swap-device cannot be accessed with the high datarates of the RAM. Enabled Device /dev/sda /dev/sda1 (14663 MB)
i dont know to set user name / passwords i set on guest enter username guest and anonymus blank pass cant enter
just tell me how to put password on sda or sda1 ? where is that in router?
Go through the link I sent earlier... it talks about setting up share level and user level access and adding samba users.
yes i see second link just to ask its depends on usb devices ? not router creditales
i insterted hdd i will now try to set pass