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 ====== Entware Installation and Usage ====== ====== Entware Installation and Usage ======
  
-**NOTE**You can find currentin-depth instructions for FreshTomato on Entware's wiki - [[https://github.com/Entware/Entware/wiki/Install-on-TomatoUSB-and-FreshTomato#entware-on-freshtomato-and-other-tomatousb-forks|Entware on FreshTomato (and other TomatoUSB forks)]] +\\  [[https://entware.net/about.html|Entware]] is a software repository for network attached storagerouters and other embedded devices. [[http://bin.entware.net/armv7sf-k3.2/Packages.html|2500+ packages]] are available for different platforms.  The packages are full versions found in common Linux distributions.  You can expand on the BusyBox versions of commands included with FreshTomato and install packages not installed to "//push the limits//" of your router (figuratively of course). [[https://github.com/Entware/Entware/wiki#using-repo|See how]] to use it.
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- Entware is a software package installer. It allows you to install programs that can't be included into FreshTomato itselfmainly due to most routerslimited flash RAM size. This example assumes you have a USB flash drive mounted under /mnt/sda1. If you need more details about configuring USB storage before reading this, see the [[:usb_support|USB Support]] page.+You can find currentin-depth instructions for installing Entware on FreshTomato on Entware's wiki \\  [[https://github.com/Entware/Entware/wiki/Install-on-TomatoUSB-and-FreshTomato#entware-on-freshtomato-and-other-tomatousb-forks|Entware on FreshTomato (and other TomatoUSB forks)]] 
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 + \\  This example assumes you have a USB flash drive mounted under /mnt/sda1. If you need more details about configuring USB storage before reading this, please see the [[:usb_support|USB Support]] page.
  
 First, create the opt folder and mount it: First, create the opt folder and mount it:
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