[LEDE-DEV] Is there a location for utility scripts?

Alberto Bursi alberto.bursi at outlook.it
Sun Feb 5 02:07:10 PST 2017

On 02/01/2017 06:13 PM, Rich Brown wrote:
> A multi-part question:
> 1) Does the LEDE community have any favorite scripts that might be included in the basic LEDE distribution?
> For example, I wrote a "getstats.sh" script (https://github.com/richb-hanover/OpenWrtScripts/blob/master/getstats.sh) that collects a consistent set of information to be included in trouble reports. I did this to avoid multiple back-and-forths with people reporting a problem, asking for this info, then that info, then still more...
> Would this script be useful to have as a "standard tool" in LEDE? (If the script is pre-installed, then it's simple to ask the person to include that information in a bug report.)
> 2) Are there other similar scripts that would make your life easier?
> 3) If so, where should such scripts live?
> Thanks.
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I think a good place might be a dedicated http download link from the 
wiki server so people can wget them from their router.

I'm thinking about the Microsoft's automated registry editing programs 
they offer in their help pages about various Windows issues, so people 
download the program and run it and it will do what the (sometimes 
lenghty and complex) help page says.


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