22.03-SNAPSHOTs for all Linksys models are no longer being compiled

From time to time, I download and flash stable snapshot builds for my WRT1200AC from https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03-SNAPSHOT/targets/mvebu/cortexa9.

I noticed for the past week or so that builds for all Linksys devices have been discontinued. Builds in https://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/targets/mvebu/cortexa9 have continued, but that's a little too bleeding edge for me.

Have the stable snapshots been deliberately ceased for all Linksys models or has something gone wrong?



I'm not exactly sure what that means. Does it mean that an updated package or config change messes up the switches on those models? I noticed that the WRT3200AC isn't listed, yet it's no longer being updated.

Why would the bleeding edge snapshots continue to be compiled but not the stable snapshots, as I presume the snapshot builds suffer the same fate?

Is it likely to be permanent?

A followup disabled the rango as it was missed in that one linked. The fix has been submitted for master but kernel change, so...

Edit: master with 5.15 kernel is all good for me (flowoffload be borked though).

I'm guessing that kernel 5.15 won't be added to current stable builds, so are the only options to compile it myself (beyond my skill level) or use a snapshot build (I've found these to be problematic in the past, which I guess is why they're snapshots and not stable)? I guess what it means is that currently, Linksys models do not have stable builds that function correctly and so official support has ceased, presumably until the next stable release (which could be months or years away, I suppose).

Master is running great with kernel 5.15 on my WRT32X, see my post here:

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