Hi. I just flashed my router according to https://openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/archer_c6_v2
I installed wireguard and other stuff for it.
I decided to change drivers according to
"Some users report much improved long-term stability with 5 GHz by using the closed-source ath10k firmware instead of the open-source ath10k-ct firmware. To do this remove the packages “kmod-ath10k-ct” and “ath10k-firmware-qca9888-ct” and instead install “kmod-ath10k” and “ath10k-firmware-qca9888”.
So i removed completely wireguard to get more space. Then I removed kmod-ath10k-ct (its for 2.4ghz)and ath10k-firmware-qca9888-ct (for 5ghz module) via ssh. Then i got error that i have not enough space. Hmmm...ok, new packages have a bit more size, but it sounds strange why official guide offers to do it but itsnot possible.
ok, i decided to turn back to *-ct drivers and i have not enough space again 0_o
I checked /overlay and seems there are no useless stuff there.
? May safely delete it?
ty for fast answer. So this way all embedded packages are marked as deleted if i try to remove it, right. Is it possible to unmark them somehow? editing nvram etc idk. Because router is in another country atm. It will be hard to explain how to configure it . I have ssh atm.