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+# libreCMC : The _libre_ Embedded GNU/Linux Distro.
+
+libreCMC is a set of fully [free](http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.en.html) embedded Operating Systems for general purpose computers. It aims to give its users freedom and control over the software that runs on their hardware. Most of the hardware that libreCMC supports includes a wide range of routers and some small single board computers.
+
+## Useful links:
+
+* [Get libreCMC source code](/) : Checkout the latest libreCMC sources.
+
+* [Supported Hardware](/docs/Supported_Hardware.md): Devices officially supported by libreCMC.
+
+* [Router reset instructions](/docs/Router_Reset_Instructions.md) : Generic libreCMC router reset instructions.
+
+* [Report a bug or issue](/issues) : Is something broken? Did you find a non-free component or do you want to make libreCMC better? Submit an issue.
+
+* [Build Documentation](/docs/How_To_Build_libreCMC.md) : Learn how to build libreCMC for your device. 

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+
+== Overview ==
+
+* [http://en.ingenic.cn/product.aspx?ID=60 JZ4720] 336 MHz MIPS compatible processor from [http://www.ingenic.cn Ingenic Semiconductor Co.]
+
+* 3.0" 320x240 pixels [[LCD|colour TFT LCD]] (40x15 character in a text console)
+
+* 32MB [[SDRAM]] 
+
+* 2GB [[NAND|NAND Flash]] Memory
+
+* 1 [[SD|microSDHC]] slot (SDIO capable)
+
+* 59 keys Keyboard
+
+* Stereo headphones connector, mono speaker and microphone [[Audio_IN_OUT|audio interfaces]].
+
+* [http://wiki.qi-hardware.com/wiki/USB_host USB] 2.0 High-Speed Device, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB#Connector_types Mini B] connector
+
+* 3.7V 850mAh Li-ion Battery ( [[Compatible_batteries|Compatible batteries]]) and 5V 500mA [[Power_Supply_Circuit|DC input through USB port]]
+
+* Measured battery life time, idle, screen off: 12h59
+
+* Overall dimension (lid closed): 99 * 75 * 17.5mm. (display: 7.5mm, keyboard: 10mm)
+
+* Weight: 126g (includes battery)
+
+== Status ==
+
+* Flashing bootloader, kernel, and rootfs via USB works.
+* Serial console via GND/RXD/TXD pads under the battery works.
+* LCD works
+** After a few minutes of inactivity on the console, it will go blank. Pressing any key brings it back.
+* Keyboard works
+* Audio/ALSA works.
+* ...
+
+== Pinouts ==
+
+PCB 08.50 (ben)
+
+'''Micro-SD pins on testpads:'''
+
+ Pin  TP     note
+ ------------------
+ #1   TP14   data2
+ #2   TP15   cd/data3 / _CS
+ #3   TP17   cmd / mosi
+ #4   sdVCC  switched by Q4 (fet?) controlled via line from cpu (on TP11)
+ #5   TP16   clock
+ #6   GND
+ #7   TP12   data0 / miso
+ #8   TP13   data1
+
+'''Serial pins:'''
+
+See [[Ben_source_code#serial_console]].
+
+== System information ==
+
+ $ '''cat /proc/cpuinfo'''
+ system type             : JZ4740
+ processor               : 0
+ cpu model               : Ingenic JZRISC V4.15
+ BogoMIPS                : 335.05
+ wait instruction        : yes                                                   
+ microsecond timers      : no                                                    
+ tlb_entries             : 32                                                    
+ extra interrupt vector  : yes                                                   
+ hardware watchpoint     : yes, count: 1, address/irw mask: [0x0fff]             
+ ASEs implemented        :                                                       
+ shadow register sets    : 1                                                     
+ core                    : 0                                                     
+ VCED exceptions         : not available                                         
+ VCEI exceptions         : not available                                         
+
+ $ '''cat /proc/mtd'''
+ dev:    size   erasesize  name
+ mtd0: 00400000 00080000 "NAND BOOT partition"
+ mtd1: 00400000 00080000 "NAND KERNEL partition"
+ mtd2: 20000000 00080000 "NAND ROOTFS partition"
+ mtd3: 5f800000 00080000 "NAND DATA partition"
+
+ $ '''uname -a'''
+ Linux BenNanoNote 2.6.32.27 #1 PREEMPT Sat Mar 5 03:54:50 MSK 2011 mips GNU/Linux
+
+ $ '''cat /proc/iomem'''
+ 00000000-01ffffff : System RAM
+   00010000-0031162b : Kernel code
+   0031162c-0040877f : Kernel data
+ 10003000-10003037 : jz4740-rtc
+   10003000-10003037 : jz4740-rtc
+ 10020000-10020037 : jz4740-i2s
+   10020000-10020037 : jz4740-i2s
+ 10020080-10020087 : jz4740-codec
+   10020080-10020087 : jz4740-codec
+ 10021000-10030fff : jz4740-mmc.0
+   10021000-10030fff : jz4740-mmc
+ 10070000-10070030 : jz4740-adc
+   10070000-10070030 : jz4740-adc
+ 13010000-1301ffff : jz4740-nand.0
+   13010000-1301ffff : jz4740-nand
+ 13030000-1303ffff : jz-ohci.0
+ 13040000-1304ffff : jz-udc
+   13040000-1304ffff : jz-udc
+ 13050000-1305ffff : jz4740-fb
+   13050000-1305ffff : jz4740-fb
+
+ $ '''cat /proc/interrupts'''
+           CPU0       
+   2:      33611            MIPS  JZ4740 cascade interrupt
+  17:         20            INTC  serial
+  20:         56            INTC  jz4740-adc
+  22:         47            INTC  MMC/SD
+  23:          0            INTC  jz4740-rtc
+  28:          0            INTC  DMA
+  31:      32374            INTC  jz4740-timerirq
+  32:        527            INTC  jz-udc
+ 147:          0     GPIO Bank C  jz4740-battery
+ 152:          0     GPIO Bank D  MMC/SD detect changed
+ 170:          0     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 171:         94     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 172:         77     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 173:         17     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 174:        151     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 175:         13     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 176:        235     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 178:          0     GPIO Bank D  matrix-keypad
+ 180:          0     GPIO Bank D  gpio-charger.0
+ 181:          0     GPIO Bank D  Power
+ ERR:          0
+
+== GPIO pins ==
+
+The Jz4720 has only a limited number of pins as outputs to the board.  Furthermore, several functions take up gpio pins which are therefore not usable for other functions.  Those devices are the sdram and nand controller, lcd controller and mmc+sd controller.  Below is a table showing how they are used.  Please complete this table.  The missing entries are not connected to a pad in the Jz4720.
+
+'''Port A:'''
+* 01      sdram data 0
+* 03      sdram data 1
+* 05      sdram data 2
+* 07      sdram data 3
+* 08      sdram data 4
+* 09      sdram data 5
+* 10      sdram data 6
+* 11      sdram data 7
+* 12      sdram data 8
+* 13      sdram data 9
+* 15      sdram data 10
+* 17      sdram data 11
+* 22      sdram data 12
+* 26      sdram data 13
+* 28      sdram data 14
+* 30      sdram data 15
+
+'''Port B:'''
+* 00      sdram address 0
+* 01      sdram address 1
+* 02      sdram address 2
+* 03      sdram address 3
+* 04      sdram address 4
+* 05      sdram address 5
+* 06      sdram address 6
+* 07      sdram address 7
+* 08      sdram address 8
+* 09      sdram address 9
+* 10      sdram address 10
+* 11      sdram address 11
+* 12      sdram address 12
+* 13      sdram address 13
+* 14      sdram address 14
+* 15      nand command latch
+* 16      nand address latch
+* 17      not connected (was marked "SHDN_HOST???", but schematic disagrees)
+* 18      TP23 (free)
+* 19      sdram dcs
+* 20      sdram ras
+* 21      sdram cas
+* 22      sdram write enable
+* 23      sdram cke
+* 24      sdram cko
+* 25      sdram cs1
+* 26      sdram cs2
+* 27      not connected (was marked "USB ID", but schematic disagrees)
+* 28      not connected
+* 29      Audio output enable (anti-pop control)
+* 30      TP25 (free)
+* 31      sdram write enable 0
+
+'''Port C:'''
+* 00      lcd data 0
+* 01      lcd data 1
+* 02      lcd data 2
+* 03      lcd data 3
+* 04      lcd data 4
+* 05      lcd data 5
+* 06      lcd data 6
+* 07      lcd data 7
+* 08      TP 35 (free)
+* 09      TP 36 (free)
+* 10      keyboard out 1, TP59
+* 11      keyboard out 2, TP60
+* 12      keyboard out 3, TP61
+* 13      keyboard out 4, TP62
+* 14      keyboard out 5, TP63
+* 15      keyboard out 6, TP64
+* 16      keyboard out 7, TP65
+* 17      keyboard out 8, TP66
+* 18      lcd pixel clock
+* 19      lcd hsync
+* 20      lcd vsync
+* 21      lcd SPI chipselect
+* 22      lcd SPI data
+* 23      lcd SPI clock
+* 24      sdram write enable 1
+* 27      Charge detect (analog input to read battery voltage).
+* 28      nand read enable
+* 29      nand write enable
+* 30      nand flash ready/busy
+* 31      not connected to a pad; PCSEL31 selects jtag (PCSEL31==0) or uart0 (PCSEL31==1) on pad 147(TxD)+148(RxD) (TP5+TP4).
+
+'''Port D:'''
+* 00      SD Card detect
+* 02      SD Card power enable
+* 04      Speaker AMP enable (no audio unless this output is pulled low).
+* 06      Low power indicator (if 0, battery power is low).
+* 08      SD Card command
+* 09      SD Card clock
+* 10      SD Card data 1
+* 11      SD Card data 2
+* 12      SD Card data 3
+* 13      SD Card data 4
+* 15      TP 38 (free)
+* 18      Keyboard in 1, TP67
+* 19      Keyboard in 2, TP68
+* 20      Keyboard in 3, TP69
+* 21      Keyboard in 4, TP70
+* 22      Keyboard in 5, TP71
+* 23      Keyboard in 6, TP72
+* 24      Keyboard in 7, TP73
+* 25      uart0 transmit, TP75
+* 26      Keyboard in 8 (uart0 receive), TP74
+* 27      Buzzer, controlled with pwm4.  Piezo-electric buzzer; not related to soundcard output.
+* 28      USB detect (0 if usb power is present).
+* 29      power button (0 if pressed).
+
+=== Sorted by function ===
+* buzzer: D27
+* audio: B29, D4
+* power button: D29
+* keyboard: C10, C11, C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C17, D18, D19, D20, D21, D22, D23, D24, D26(also uart receive)
+* uart: C31, D25, D26(also keyboard), uart is also available on jtag pads TP4+TP5 (without gpio overload).
+* sd/mmc: D0, D2, D8, D9, D10, D11, D12, D13
+* usb: D28
+* battery: C27, D6
+* sdram: A1, A3, A5, A7, A8, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A15, A17, A22, A26, A28, A30, B0, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B7, B8, B9, B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B19, B10, B21, B22, B23, B24, B25, B26, B31, C24
+* nand: B15, B16, C28, C29, C30
+* lcd: C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C18, C19, C20, C21, C22, C23
+* only test points: B18, B30, C8, C9, D15
+* unconnected pads: B17, B27, B28
+
+[[Category:Ben NanoNote]]
+
+This content is dual licensed under CC-BY-SA and GFDL and was obtained from [http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Hardware-Ben](http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/Hardware-Ben)

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+How To Submit A Change To This Wiki
+===================================
+
+Clone this repo and:
+--------------------
+
+    git clone https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC-wiki.git
+
+then
+
+    git push
+
+or
+
+    git request-pull -p
+
+### git push ( In Gogs )
+
+Clone the upstream repo in Gogs, then clone to your computer:
+
+    git clone https://yourUserName@yourURL
+
+Add upstream repo to be able to rebase to upstream point commit:
+
+    git remote add upstream https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC-wiki.git
+    (git checkout -b optionalBranchName)
+    git push (--all)
+
+Create Push Request in Gogs:
+
+* Press the little green PR button in your own repo
+* Or go to <https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC-wiki/pulls>
+
+### git request-pull -p ( Anywhere )
+
+Clone the upstream repo to your computer.
+
+    git add changedFile.md
+    git commit ( -m Short info what changed )
+    git log ( copy commit id )
+    git request-pull -p (start) URL (end)
+    git request-pull -p (commit in upstream repo) URL master
+
+Example for piping output to haste:
+
+    git request-pull -p b3b8926484feb37c33e5150facf315ef12b4612e https://gogs.librecmc.org/jonasbits2/libreCMC-wiki.git master | haste
+
+* Send to hastebin.com or any site you like
+* Paste link in IRC channel
+
+#### Links
+
+* <https://www.git-scm.com/docs/git-request-pull>
+* <https://hastebin.com/about.md>
+

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+# libreCMC build HOWTO
+
+This generic documentation is to help aid those who want to build libreCMC firmware images from source code. While this 
+documentation is not an exhaustive source of information, it should help those who would like to build their own firmware images
+or would like to develop firmware based upon libreCMC.
+
+While libreCMC does allow for building for other targets, not all of them have been tested to work with libreCMC and are not officially supported if they are not mentioned on the libreCMC wiki.
+
+libreCMC is licensed under the GPLv2 and contains code from other free software projects. Some code may be licensed under other free software licenses and will be noted. All software is to be distributed under the terms of the GPLv2 or their respective free software licenses.
+
+## What do I need to get started?
+
+* GNU/Linux distro (Trisquel, *buntu, Fedora or others)
+* GNU GCC / GCC-C++
+* build-essential (Debian-based distro) or base-devel (Parabola)
+* flex
+* gawk
+* wget
+* unzip
+* ncurses-dev (ncurses5-devel, etc..)
+* libghc-zlib-dev
+* libssl-dev 
+* patch
+* perl5
+* subversion
+* git-core 
+* 8 - 10 GB of disk space
+* 4 GB of RAM (8 GB or more is recommended)
+
+## Building libreCMC
+
+1) Get the latest libreCMC source code:
+
+`git clone https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC.git`
+
+or download a [release](/releases)
+
+If you want to build packages found in libreCMC's package feed, update and install the make files 
+by running the following from `$SRC_ROOT`:
+
+`./scripts/feeds update && ./scripts/feeds install -a`
+
+This will pull the makefiles for the package feed and make them available for selection 
+when configuring your build of libreCMC.
+
+2) Configure libreCMC for your device. 
+
+ `make menuconfig` 
+
+ When configuring libreCMC for your device, it is imperative that the right target and profile are selected. Currently, we only _officially_ support the AR71XX target and the TP-Link TL-MR3020 and Netgear WNDR3800. If you want other packages, please keep in mind that these devices don't have very much in terms of flash ROM and your selection of packages may not work properly. Generally, a good default configuration includes:
+
+
+ * luci : Collections -> luci  + luci -> protocols -> luci-proto-relayd
+ * Networking : wpa-cli + wpa-supplicant + iw
+ * Utilities : Editors -> Nano
+
+3) When done configuring, run:
+
+ `make`
+
+ If the build fails, type:
+
+ `make V=s`
+
+ if there are missing dependencies in your build environment, please install them and then run `make`.
+
+4) If the build exits without any errors, you should have a new image in:
+
+ `$SRC_ROOT/bin/$BUILD_TARGET/librecmc-$BUILD_TARGET-generic-$TARGET_PROFILE-$VERSION-$FS_TYPE-factory.bin`
+
+ Where `$BUILD_TARGET = target (ex. ar71xx)`, `$TARGET_PROFILE = device`, `$VERSION = device version (some don't any)`
+
+5) Flash the newly built image (if you are confident). libreCMC project is not responsible for bricked devices.

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+# List of Tested Devices
+
+| Device Name  | Contributor |  Bootloader Flashed? |
+|-------------------------------------|:-------------:|------:|
+| Netgear WNDR3700 v1        |  orly_owl |  ??? |
+| TP-Link TL-WA901ND v3       |  jonasbits  |  ??? |
+| TP-Link TL-WR710N v2.0    |  jonasbits  |  ??? |
+| TP-Link TL-WR741ND v1.8  |  yang  |  ???|
+| TP-Link TL-WR841ND v5.2  |  orly_owl |  ??? |
+| TP-Link TL-WR841ND v8.2  | RISCi_ATOM, yang| Yes, u-boot_mod|
+| TP-Link TL-WR842ND v2.0  |  zeus |  No |
+| TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1.8| orly_owl | ??? |
+| TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v2.1| RISCi_ATOM | ??? |
+| D-Link DGL-5500 vA1 rm' wifi card| RISCi_ATOM | ??? |
+| Western Digital MyNet N750 | orly_owl | ??? |
+
+Please note that not all of the devices on the above list are officially supported by the libreCMC
+project. In order for a device to be officially supported, it needs to meet the following rules:
+
+* libreCMC must be flashable from stock firmware (without the usage of non-free software).
+* The bootloader must be free software and flashable with a serial cable + Ethernet cable or from within libreCMC.
+* Components including( wifi, switch, video, etc..) must not require blobs to work.

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+# libreCMC Router Reset
+
+## Hard reset
+
+### Manual way (if you can’t access the web interface)
+
+1. Power off the router.
+
+2. Power on the router.
+
+3. As soon as the SYS light (the gear) flashes, hold down the reset button until the 
+SYS LED flashes faster.
+
+4. Stop Network-Manager or other network configuration services.
+
+5. Plug in an ethernet cable from your machine to one of the LAN ports.
+
+6. Set your computer’s IP address to 192.168.10.2
+
+7.  `telnet  192.168.10.1` (192.168.1.1 on pre v1.3.1 devices).
+    With v1.3.4+ devices, telnet is disabled. use ssh:
+    `ssh root@192.168.10.1`
+
+8. At the shell prompt, type:
+`firstboot`
+
+9. After you have confirmed that you want to reset everything your need to reboot the router:
+`reboot`  <- It can manually be turned off too.
+
+### Resetting via web interface
+
+1. Login into the router via : 192.168.10.1 (or 192.168.1.1, depending on your configuration).
+
+2. Navigate to: System -> Backup / Flash Firmware 
+
+3. Click : "Preform Reset"
+
+Note: After resetting the router, it will be in a default state (wireless will be disabled, no password
+is set, ip-forwarding is disabled and telnet is enabled and the default IP should be 192.168.10.1) 
+It is recommended that you re-load the default configuration:
+
+# Restoring old configurations
+
+1. Make sure you have your network-manager turned on
+
+2. Log into the router via : 192.168.10.1 
+
+3. Navigate to : System -> Backup / Flash Firmware
+
+4. By "Restore Backup" , click the browse button and select the libreCMC configuration backup (*.tar.gz).
+
+
+

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+# libreCMC supported Hardware
+
+### Buffalo
+* [WZR-HP-G300NH](/WZR_HP_G300NH.md)
+* WHR-HP-G300NH
+
+### Netgear 
+
+* [WNDR3800](/WNDR3800.md)
+
+### TP-link 
+
+* [TL-MR3020 v1](/TL_MR3020.md) 
+* [TL-WR741ND](/TL_WR741ND.md)
+* [TL-WR841ND](/TP_WR841ND.md)
+* [TL-WR842ND](/TL_WR842ND.md)
+* [TL-WR1043ND](/TL_WR1043ND)
+
+### ThinkPenguin
+* [TPE-NWIFIROUTER2](/TPE_NWIFIROUTER2.md)
+* [TPE-R1100](/TPE_R1100.md)
+
+### Qi-Hardware
+
+* [Ben Nanonote](/Ben_Nanonote.md)
+
+## Tested Hardware
+
+[List of tested hardware](/List_of_Tested_Hardware.md)
+
+# libreCMC unofficially supported Hardware
+
+### D-Link
+
+* DGL-5500 a1 : Ships with non-free wifi card, but can be replaced with a free one. Has a mini-pci-e card slot.
+
+#####Please note that other targets may work; we are **NOT** responsible for **ANY** _bricked_ devices.

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+# TP-Link : TL-MR3020
+
+The TL-MR3020 is a versatile device with the following specs:
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR7240 
+* RAM: 32 MB 
+* Flash: 4MB 
+* NIC: 100BASE-X
+
+Please see the libreCMC [build documentation](/wiki/How-To-Build-libreCMC) for build instructions.
+
+## Flashing from factory (virgin)
+
+### Using Web GUI (Recommended)
+
+1) Set TL-MR3020 Mode Switch to either 3G/4G or WISP
+
+2) Connect to the TL-MR3020 router via Ethernet cable
+
+3) Open IP address 192.168.0.254
+
+4) log in to the router's web GUI (default login/password: admin / admin)
+
+5) overwrite the factory firmware by installing the openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-mr3020-v1-squashfs-factory.bin firmware image like a regular firmware update.
+
+Wait for the progress bar to finish twice (the device will reset itself in the process), and proceed with basic configuration as with any fresh libreCMC install.
+
+### Flashing from libreCMC Web GUI
+
+1) Connect device to ethernet port on your computer and set the ip address of your machine to 192.168.1.10
+
+2) Open 192.168.1.1 in a browser.
+
+3) Go to: System -> Backup/Flash Firmware
+
+4) Click the "browse" button under the _Flash New Firmware image_ section.
+
+5) Upload a firmware image with : librecmc-_target_-generic-_profile_-squashfs-factory.bin
+
+6) wait for the web interface to appear again (unless you chose to flash an image without it).
+
+# Needs more editing ;)

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+# TL-WR1043ND
+
+## Hardware Specs:
+
+v1.x
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR9103
+* Flash ROM : 8 MiB
+* RAM : 32 MB
+* USB : 1
+* Special: 10/1000 switch
+
+v2.x
+
+* SoC : Qualcomm Atheros QCA9558
+* Flash ROM : 8 MiB
+* RAM : 64 MB
+* USB : 1
+* Special: 10/1000 switch
+
+## Supported Versions:
+
+* v1.x
+* v2.x
+
+Reset instructions
+
+???

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+# TP-Link TL-WR741ND
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR7240 @ 350 MHz
+* RAM: 32 MB
+* Flash : 4 MB
+
+## Versions Supported 
+
+* v1 - v2, v4.20 - 4.27 
+
+## Versions **NOT** supported
+
+* v2.1 - v3.1 + v4.0

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+# TP-WR841ND
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR9341
+* RAM: 32 MB
+* Flash: 4 MB
+
+## Versions Supported
+
+* v5.x
+* v8.x
+* v9.x
+* v10.x <-- may need to be tftp flashed
+* v11.x <--
+* v12.x <--
+
+
+DO NOT BUY v13!!! V13 contains a mediatek
+chipset, which requires a non-free firmware
+blob.
+
+## Reset instructions
+
+???

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+# TL-WR842ND
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : AR7241 (v1) AR9341 (v2)
+* RAM: 32 MB
+* Flash: 8 MB
+
+## Versions Supported
+
+* v1
+* v2
+
+## Flashing TL-WR842ND using tftp recovery mode
+
+* Press and hold WPS/Reset button, and power on router
+* Wait until Lock LED lights up before releasing WPS/Reset button
+* Router has IP address: 192.168.0.86
+* Router is standing by for a tftp server to appear with `wr842nv2_tp_recovery.bin` file using IP address: 192.168.0.66
+
+### Example commands using [Parabola GNU/Linux](https://www.parabola.nu/)
+
+Configure PC IP address to `192.168.0.66`
+
+    ip addr add 192.168.0.66/24 dev enp3s0
+    
+Copy downloaded image into tftp server directory also renaming it to `wr842nv2_tp_recovery.bin`
+
+    cp librecmc-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr842n-v2-squashfs-factory.bin /srv/tftp/wr842nv2_tp_recovery.bin
+
+Start tftpd
+
+`systemctl start tftpd.socket`
+
+`systemctl start tftpd.service`
+
+* After a short time all LEDs will flash once then router will reboot normally
+
+## Reset instructions
+
+???

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+# ThinkPenguin  [TPE-NWIFIROUTER2](https://www.thinkpenguin.com/gnu-linux/free-software-wireless-n-broadband-router-gnu-linux-tpe-nwifirouter2)
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR9341
+* RAM: 32 MB
+* Flash: 4 MB
+
+## Versions Supported
+
+* v2
+
+## Notes:
+
+* This router is a re-branded and re-flashed Rosewill RNX-N300RT. The Rosewill RNX-N300RT uses the same board found in the 
+TL-WR841N[D] v8.x. The stock RNX-N300RT ships with DRM and CAN NOT be flashed without non-free software (unless you have 
+a chip clip and SPI flasher). Some versions (v1) requires the flash chip to be removed before an SPI programmer can be used. 
+ThinkPenguin's offering ships with libreCMC, does not ship with DRM and can be fully re-programmed.
+
+* The names of the firmware images for this device are `librecmc-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr841-v8-squashfs-*`

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+# Think Penguin [TPE-R1100 mini WiFi Router](https://www.thinkpenguin.com/TPE-R1100)
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC: Atheros AR9331
+* RAM: 64M
+* Flash: 16M
+* NIC: 2 10/100 Ethernet Ports
+* USB: 1
+* WiFi: Atheros 802.11b/g/n 2.4Ghz
+* GPIO: 3 General Purpose and one switch.
+* Power: 5v USB
+
+The TPE-R1100 is a general purpose mini WiFi router
+that can be used for a wide range of applications. 
+Some common uses include:
+
+* Route all traffic over a VPN when on the go.
+* WiFi to ethernet bridge.
+* A small web server.
+* IRC bouncer.
+* Meshnet node (CJDNS, Batman...).
+
+
+

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+# Netgear WNDR3800
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR7161 rev 2
+* RAM: 128 MB
+* Flash: 16 MB
+
+## Versions Supported
+
+* v1.x

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+# Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH
+This device is scheduled to be supported in the upcoming version 1.3.1 of libreCMC.
+
+## Specs
+
+* SoC : Atheros AR9132
+* RAM: 64 MB
+* Flash: 32 MB
+
+## Versions Supported
+
+More info soon.
+

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+# libreCMC : The libre Embedded GNU/Linux Distro
+
+The libreCMC project is a set of fully [free](https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.en.html) [embedded](/wiki/embedded) Operating Systems
+that give users the freedom to control their computing. Our primary project is an embedded GNU/Linux-libre 
+distro that is based upon the upstream OpenWRT/LEDE project. The main difference between OpenWRT/LEDE and libreCMC
+are the fact that the project removes all [non-free](https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/categories.en.html#non-freeSoftware) packages, drivers and firmware blobs where the sources are not available under a free software license.
+
+## Why would I use libreCMC?
+
+Full control over your computing! In many cases, a variety of embedded devices require components where the sources
+are not available to the community under a Free Software license. These non-free parts mean that the community can't
+fix bugs, security flaws or even use a newer kernel because drivers don't work with newer versions of the kernel. By using these non-free parts,the user is at the mercy of the OEM or manufacture to maintain support for newer drivers that work with newer versions of the Linux™ kernel.
+
+# Quick Start Build Guide
+
+1) Checkout libreCMC
+
+`git clone https://gogs.librecmc.org/libreCMC/libreCMC.git`
+
+2) Enter the libreCMC directory (from now on referred by `$SRC_ROOT`)
+
+`cd $SRC_ROOT`
+
+3) Configure the build for the [supported device](/wiki/Supported-Hardware) and
+the packages that you may want to have. Some targets may have a very limited amount
+of flash (primary storage) and may not have the room for certain configurations of 
+packages.
+
+Also, in order to build libreCMC, make sure that you have all needed [dependencies](/wiki/How-To-Build-libreCMC#what-do-i-need-to-get-started).
+After having installed all the necessary dependencies run:
+
+`make menuconfig`
+
+This will bring up the ncurses menuconfig interface for configuring libreCMC.
+
+A good default configuration for many people would be to include:
+
+* Luci -> luci, luci-ssl
+* Base System -> ca-bundle, sqm-scripts[-extra]
+
+4) Actually start the build:
+
+`make` : To speed things up, you can add a few more threads to the build by using `make -j4`
+
+5) Wait....
+
+Depending on the machine you have access to and the configuration you selected, it will take sometime to build libreCMC. 
+
+a) What if something goes wrong with the build? Run:
+
+`make V=s` : This will allow for the build to be debugged. Sometimes a source package mirror is down or a dependency is missing. This
+will allow us to figure out what is going wrong.
+
+
+b) The build finished, but there is no image for my device! If you select more packages than can fit in flash, then some packages will
+need to be removed from the configuration. After removing some packages, start the build again. Be careful when removing packages from
+the configuration. Some packages are very important for basic functionality or are needed for other packages in the base system.
+
+If you have a device that has <8M of flash, then try removing `Base System -> opkg*, ca-bundle`.
+
+
+6) If everything went OK, there should be a new image in `$SRC_ROOT/bin/targets/$TARGET/generic/`
+
+
+# Where do I go from here?
+
+Well, it depends on many factors. libreCMC can be used for many different use cases. If you need help with libreCMC, help can be found on IRC using:
+
+server :`FreeNode`
+
+channel : `#libreCMC`

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+# Embedded Systems
+Embedded can mean different things to many people. The Wikipedia [definition](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embedded_system) is:
+
+> An embedded system is a computer system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system, often with real-time computing constraints.
+> ...
+> Examples of properties of typically embedded computers when compared with general-purpose counterparts are low power consumption, small size, rugged operating ranges, and low per-unit cost.
+
+The libreCMC project's definition is:
+
+>
+A device or system with very few resources and is designed to be run for long stretches of time without user intervention. 
+
+One of the main goals of the libreCMC project is to keep things really small in terms of operating footprint (storage and RAM used). Many of the devices that the project supports have as little as 4M of flash and 16M of RAM. In this scope, many SBCs (Single Board Computers) are well outside this range with some having more resources than an average desktop 10+ years ago. 
+
+# Page needs more editing!

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+# Will you help us save WiFi ?
+
+For as long as the libreCMC  and LibreWRT projects have existed, their core focus has been to
+bring Free Software to embedded devices, some of which have WiFi chipsets. While the project(s) 
+core goals have not changed very much over the last few years, the landscape of WiFi enabled devices
+has exploded. Many of the radios in these devices went from being single-purpose radios that can only
+operate within certain ranges to modifiable SDRs that can be changed. While having the freedom to change
+one's own hardware is important, it is also important to operate radio equipment within regulatory laws. 
+
+Since a few individuals have operated devices outside of regulations, the FCC and other regulatory bodies are proposing tighter
+restrictions on hardware that has WiFi or SDRs. These new restrictions would include a full lockout of third-party software
+and prevent users from updating or running new software on hardware they own. With these new digital locks, hardware vendors
+will exercise control over the user by preventing new innovative functionality or even preventing users from applying critical security patches.
+ 
+These new regulations won't work the way they are intended to and they should not be required. Users with the technical knowledge
+will still be able to get around the restrictions and load their own software. Most free software projects
+already put safeguards in place so that users can't accidentally violate regulatory rules that apply to their WiFi or SDR devices, unless
+they choose to remove them on purpose. Instead of punishing everyone in the Free Software community for the actions of a few, individuals 
+who operate devices outside of regulations should be fined instead of taking away everyone's freedom.
+
+The libreCMC project and other members of the Free Software community would like to ask everyone to send a comment
+to the FCC about these new proposals and why they won't help fix the misuse of WiFi or SDRs. More information
+about this issue and how to submit comments can be found at [SaveWiFi.org](http://savewifi.org).
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+# This is a sample file!
+
+Just testing a symlink'ed wiki!