I have tried builds 51 and 52 and the pc does not see the router on lan (and no wifi is available). Otherwise the transfer seems to have worked ok. Is there support, maybe, for some deluxe versions only (assuming there are several, that is)?
It is fully supported as of build 51 according to a couple users who tested it (at least K26-MIPSR1 builds… I'm not sure if anyone tested it with K24).
What build/edition exactly did you flash it with?
well, the problem seems to lie elsewhere. the only builds that seem to flash are indeed the K26-MIPSR1 builds (no luck with K24). but I cannot for the life of me log into the menu - no user / password combination works. i have flashed the router in every possible way (tftp, asus recovery etc.), including flashing after the erase-nvram and recovery firmwares (from ddwrt), and no matter what i do i cannot log in with any of the common combinations (admin/admin, root/admin, admin/nothing etc.). i can also connect wirelessly, but have the same problem with logging in
funny, the same thing happens with the oleg firmware. it works flawlessly with ddwrt though - but maybe that's because you can log in without a password and then change the pw.
so, has anyone ever heard anything about this?
It sounds like your nvram is not actually getting erased after flashing from dd-wrt, so it still has dd-wrt encrypted password.
With Tomato already loaded, try to press the "reset" button for more than 5 secs, wait for router to reboot, and then try logging in as admin/admin. If that's not working, possibly the "reset" button is not functional. In that case, you'll need to retrieve the encrypted password from dd-wrt before installing Tomato (see the Tomato FAQ on how to do that), and then use the username "root" and encrypted password to login.