[Nfd-dev] NFD on Home Router

Mathias Gibbens gibmat at cs.arizona.EDU
Fri Feb 12 08:16:07 PST 2016

Hi Pedro,

  I'd suggest you look at these two OpwnWRT wiki pages:

  Currently I am using DD-WRT, since at the time it was easier to
install on my router than OpenWRT was. In its web GUI there are options
for auto-mounting USB drives. I also discovered that if I formatted my
external drive with the label "jffs", it would mount at /jffs on the
router. (Yes, I know that's "wrong", but it works and is also in the
default search path for shared libraries so I didn't have to fiddle with

  I don't know if there's much more advice I can give right off hand,
but let me know if you have other questions.


On Fri, 2016-02-12 at 07:53 -0700, Pedro UFPA wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am currently trying to install NFD and ndn-cxx to a router (TP-Link 
> WR841ND) with OpenWRT, following the tutorial in 
> http://redmine.named-data.net/projects/ndn-embedded/wiki/Cross-compiling_NDN_projects_for_home_routers.
> However, I am having trouble using scp to transfer the binaries (due to 
> memory size constraints). It would be very helpful to have guidance on 
> using an USB auto-mounted or other strategies 
> (http://www.lists.cs.ucla.edu/pipermail/nfd-dev/2015-April/001027.html), 
> and also on running the binaries.
> Thanks in advance,
> Pedro.
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