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  1. hi all, so about 2 years ago i decided to turn my mk5 into a plain ole regular openwrt router. though it may seem like sacrelege to amany amongst you, i thought it was pretty dope. i retained many of the pineapple infusions in the background using nginx but used uhttpd for the webadmin. installing it was as simple as: opkg update && opkg install luci /etc/init.d/uhttpd enable /etc/init.d/uhttpd start anyway, that was about two years ago. as one of the antennas broke, it just sat in a box collecting dust since then. however, this week, after finally fixing the damn thing, i decided to reflash and start from scratch. but alias! the luci webserver is broken. no more luci interface: i just keep getting this: Unable to launch the requested CGI program: /www/cgi-bin/luci: No such file or directory anyone familiar with this? i have quite literally been alternating firmware versions — from the latest, down, then from the earliest up. i must've tried in excess of 10 firmware installs by now. then, when i tracked down the date of the build to mid-2014, i fanned out from there... nothing. i just know that the solution is as simple as a few lines of code — any takers? jah bless
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