I have two questions:
My first question:
Can tell me someone (maybe a tutorial) how I can go back to stock firmware
with linux OS not windows ?
My second question: Can i switch from openwrt to dd-wrt direct ? And dd-wrt to openwrt ?
Will be easier.
The information in https://openwrt.org/toh/netgear/r7800 is pretty much OS agnostic.
Set static IP
Send image over TFTP using TFTP client
can i use every tftp client in linux ?
I see can only in this way. Not direct flashing.
thanks for your fast answer.
Pretty much. (Just set it to the binary mode and send the firmware)
Read advice from wiki (like frollic posted) or from
hope I don't brick my router.
I like to test different firmware. Right now is openwrt kong.
Well, I have flashed my R7800 a bit over 900 times and used the TFTP recovery 15-20 times during the last 4 years.
But you use windows as OS. I use linux .. I must look how I can change to binary mode.
There is no gui.
TFTP might be nowadays by default in binary mode, or you can just issue the "binary" command on tftp console, or as command-line parameter
Man page: https://linux.die.net/man/1/tftp
You run the same commands (with diff switches perhaps), there's no difference between Win and Linux here.
Thanks to all...
It runs.. I am back to stock firmware.
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