I'm new to the forum, but have been using openwrt (and sometimes ddwrt) for years on my routers (starting back in 2006 ish on my Linksys WRT54G). A lot has changed since those days, I went back to using OEM firmware on my routers (because lazy) and now I find myself once again installing OpenWRT, this time on my Linksys EA3500.
The install process went well, and I am currently running the latest stable release on the router. The question I have is more about the layout.
I found the rosy theme on github and instantly fell in love with the overall layout. For about 2 hours now, I've been trying to find a way to get it installed on the router. ./scripts/feeds does not exist, a prebuilt ipk for rosy does not exist in the stable packages.
I was able to install an ipk from snapshots, however the layout is definitely not the same. There's a clear lack of something from the files, but from what I can tell, all files referenced in the html are present.
I really don't want to build my own image from source with rosy included in it, just to get a nice theme. Does anyone have any ideas/suggestions?
I would show two images, but i'm a new user and therefore limited to one. So here's what the main page of my router looks like with rosy as the theme: