I'm trying to setup Optware on my Linksys E3000.
According to this page from the docs, "TomatoUSB natively supports Optware…is up to the user to decide whether to install Optware on a USB pendrive, an external hard disk, or the internal JFFS memory."
So that implies it is possible to install Optware onto the internal memory. However:
Under the Optware install tutorial that is linked from there, no mention is made of installing onto internal memory. Instead, it says, "This tutorial lets you install Optware onto an external USB drive, either a hard disk or a pendrive."
Is it actually possible to install Optware internally? I searched all over Google, and none of the docs for either Tomato or DD-WRT say how much space it'll take or how it's done. If it is possible to install Optware internally, how is it done?
My end goal with all of this is to be able to setup a VPN that works with my phone that runs Android. I already went through all the work of flashing the OpenVPN enabled version, and setting up OpenVPN before finding out that Android doesn't support it without a ton of hacks, and even then it doesn't support TAP, only TUN, so I can't access my home files which defeats the whole point. From what I've seen online, Tomato doesn't support L2TP, which leaves only easily hackable PPTP. I found the tutorial for that (tomatousb.org/tut:configuring-a-pptp-vpn), but now I'm stuck on this Optware thing.