Why you should run ipkg upgrade with caution

I have not touched my RT-N16 (running Tomato Mod USB) for a while mostly because I don’t have a lot of time, and well, it is rock stable :). Today I decided to upgrade all my packages and I just did: ipkg update ipkg upgrade And here is what I get: Upgrading cron on /opt/ …

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New search engine: DuckDuckGo

I guess everyone have noticed lately that Google is collecting more and more information when you are doing your searches. They track your place of living, they show you custom ads, they keep your search history, your mails, etc, etc, etc. What I never liked about Google is that by default it is unsecure. The …

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KDE panel turns black in Debian 6.0 x86_64 (KDE 4.4.5)

I have noticed several times one bug in x86_64 Debian – your low panel turns half-black and you can do nothing about it ;). Usually it looks like this: Now, if you adjust panel height it seems to fix the problem, however it can become black again in the future. Debian has this bug filed, …

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What if you bricked your RT-N16 with a firmware upgrade?

Sometimes it happens that you flash your RT-N16 with corrupted firmware and you have a feeling that it is bricked :). Don’t worry, you can still try a few tricks to recover it. In theory you should do the following: 1. Visit support page and download RT-N16 utilities and latest RT-N16 firmware. You can download …

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