install AuthPuppy On OpenWRT with Lighttpd

Install OpenWRT on an X86 platform.

Following the instructions here
which could install a clean installtion of OpenWRT on an x86 platform
with version 14.03.

Setup LAMP

It has been a while that the default sources on OpenWRT is wrong, that
the offical sources has re-archit the directories. Here are some

2.1 Base part


package list: libexpat libgd libjpeg libncurses libncursesw libopenssl
libpcre libpng libpthread libreadline librt iptables-mod-extra

Note after install libpcre, system may not find the proper,
just make a soft link from in /usr/lib will make it work.

2.2 Lighttpd


package list: lighttpd lighttpd-mod-access lighttpd-mod-alias
lighttpd-mod-cgi lighttpd-mod-fastcgi lighttpd-mod-rewrite

2.3 MySQL


package list: mysql-server libmysqlclient

2.4 PHP


package list: php5 php5-cgi php5-fastcgi php5-mod-apc php5-mod-gd
php5-mod-mysql php5-mod-pdo php5-mod-pdo-mysql php5-mod-xml

Setup PHP

Modify /etc/php.ini. First make the doc_root empty, and then modify the
max-memory size from 8MB to a much larger one.

Setup Lighttpd

4.1 Enable some plugins in Lighttpd following this page

4.2 Enbale mod_rewrite which is used in AuthPuppy

4.3 !IMPORTANT Migrate the rewrite rules in AuthPuppy’s .htaccess to
url.rewrite part, like below:

url.rewrite-once = (“.php$” => “$0”, “.html$” => “$0”, “^$” =>
“index.html”, “^([^.]+)($|\?.*$)” => “index.php/$1$2”)

Now you can install authpuppy and wifidog as usual.

It is much easier to record than try to make it.

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