Part of the Furniture
For amtm to rightfully assume that Skynet is present and installed, two conditions have to be true:I guess it gave me that impression because instead of saying "install Skynet" it said "Open Skynet" without an install option where as with Diversion it said "install Diversion". So it implied it was already installed, and when I launched it it tried to run and gave me that USB failure. I didn't get a bad command from the terminal like one would get if something didn't exist. This was using a brand new formatted and fresh set up USB stick that had never been in the router, and I had run the "format jffs" option in the router firmware and then updated the firmware. Seems unlikely it would still be installed on the router after that, especially given that Diversion was also previously installed in the same jffs partition and it was wiped.
So you see my confusion.
- The file /jffs/scripts/firewall is present.
- An entry matching the grep search pattern "sh /jffs/scripts/firewall .* # Skynet" in /jffs/scripts/firewall-start is found.