I would like to build an image for my WRT3200ACM with a few extra packages using imagebuilder, and the latest stable firmware version (19.07.6). I want to add libopenssl to the firmware image, with the build option "Enabled optimization for speed instead of size", so I will have to build the package myself and add it to the stable image. I will also be installing a few other packages that depend on libopenssl, like wpad-openssl.
My question is, do I have to build the libopenssl package and everything that depends on it, then manually add all of the packages using imagebuilder, to have all packages benefit from the speed optimization? Or is it enough to only build the single libopenssl package, and add it to the firmware image?
Imagebuilder was a life saver. I tried compiling the firmware from scratch many times over the past month, and it did not go well for me. Thank you for all of your help, and for this excellent firmware.
I included the cryptodev packages, so I'm wondering if I will actually notice any improvement...I have a basic home network, so I am guessing the performance gains will be so minimal that I probably won't notice anything. I am just going to use the regular libopenssl packages with cryptodev and leave it at that. It doesn't seem like it is worth the trouble.