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    Sad to report even with a somewhat more up to date kernel, it’s still crashing. Uptime was about 5 days.


    @jjonez wrote:

    Sad to report even with a somewhat more up to date kernel, it’s still crashing. Uptime was about 5 days.

    This time the antenna connector popped off. Back to testing!



    i’ve built new kernel ( as described in PDF document, but on step 7 after compilling xtables-addons i can’t compile iptables.

    In the beginning of step 7 the “iptables” compiling fine but after moving extensions sources from ‘xtables-addons’ to iptables folder it doesn’t compile.

    I got following errors:

    make[1]: Entering directory `/storage/sdb/iptables-1.4.10′
    Making all in extensions
    make[2]: Entering directory `/storage/sdb/iptables-1.4.10/extensions’
    CC libxt_CHECKSUM.oo
    libxt_CHECKSUM.c:91: error: static declaration of ‘libxt_CHECKSUM_init’ follows non-static declaration
    ../include/xtables.h:302: error: previous declaration of ‘libxt_CHECKSUM_init’ was here
    make[2]: *** [libxt_CHECKSUM.oo] Error 1
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/storage/sdb/iptables-1.4.10/extensions’
    make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/storage/sdb/iptables-1.4.10′
    make: *** [all] Error 2

    Anybody can help me?


    @paris wrote:

    How’s going? Any result?

    I had this on the back burner for a while. I struggled with antenna connectors some more and it _seems_ to be going well. Although uptime is only 4 days so it’s too early to claim success I think. Promising.


    Hi guys,
    im trying to follow the rda’s guide step by step,
    but i’ve the problem in the five step.

    root@zeroshell DB> cd hdb
    root@zeroshell hdb> wget
    root@zeroshell hdb> cd /cdrom/
    root@zeroshell cdrom> tar zcvf /DB/hdb/usr.tgz usr/
    root@zeroshell cdrom> cd /DB/hdb
    root@zeroshell hdb> bzip2 -d *.bz2
    root@zeroshell hdb>tar xvf glibc-2.8-includes-zs.tar
    root@zeroshell hdb>tar xvf gcc-include.tar
    root@zeroshell hdb>tar xvf gcc-4.3.2-zs-i386.tar
    root@zeroshell hdb> tar xvf binutils-2.17-i386.tar

    I don’t find the file usr.tgz.
    And after downloaded the kernel-3.4 i haven’t the glibc, gcc, binutils.

    Someone can help me?


    rda wrote

    You can download document

    rda…Thanks, for your work..

    I followed the pdf document in the link above(details below):

    Working environment:
    I used “ZeroShell-1.0.beta16-CompactFlash-IDE-USB-SATA-1GB.img.gz” as the zeroshell img …and “ZeroShell-1.0.beta16.iso” as the iso in place of the beta14 versions mentioned in the document..
    I used virtual box version:4.1.14r77440 in Ubuntu 12.04.
    Other than above I used everything similar to the ones mentioned in the pdf doc.
    I used the packages.tar, the link of which is provided in the pdf doc.

    Problem Description
    I followed the procedure correcting a few errors here and there…
    When I try to patch the Kconfig file of netfilter in location :”/usr/src/linux-
    using the patch “103-netfilter_layer7_2.6.36_fix.patch” provided in the packages.tar, it fails ..I’m providing the links to the errors produced and the details below..

    The command I type at /usr/src/linux- is

    patch -p1 < /DB/hdb/netfilter-layer7-v2.22/103-netfilter_layer7_2.6.36_fix.patch

    The error output can be found here : **********

    The contents of Kconfig.rej mentioned in the above pastebin link can be found here: **********

    Without the Kconfig patches I won’t be able to build the kernel with those modules..
    Any help in this matter would be highly appreciated.


    NOTE: All the other KERNEL patches work without any failure


    I have been looking into this manual, even though the instructions are very good, they don’t seem to be updated for the current zeroshell version.

    I collected all the information I could found, and wrote a simple guide that is public via bitbucket, at this url see the file COMPILE.

    It’s a public repository, so feel free to clone/modify, etc..

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