make image PROFILE="asus_rt-n56u" PACKAGES="block-mount kmod-fs-ext4 kmod-usb-storage kmod-usb-ohci kmod-usb-uhci"
wrt/openwrt-imagebuilder-ramips-rt3883.Linux-x86_64/staging_dir/host/bin/find: The relative path 'OPATH' is included in the PATH environment variable, which is insecure in combination with the -execdir action of find. Please remove that entry from $PATH
make: *** [Makefile:176: prepare_rootfs] Error 1
make: *** [Makefile:125: _call_image] Error 2
make: *** [Makefile:242: image] Error 2
Hi @frollic. I need help figuring out where the error is coming from and if possible how to resolve it so I can build the image. Somewhere in the scripts it adds a relative path "OPATH" to $PATH and it doesn't like that. I'm under the impression the image builder should be able to complete building without configuration errors like $PATH, maybe there is a bug. I don't know what's in the code and I'm not a Perl developer.
All that to say do you know why the error I pasted is happening and do you know how to fix it?
So this is now solved. Looks like I had some very old paths being added in my $PATH variable from .bashrc. I was playing around with Google Go and Android studio and had those in my $PATH using a relative path.
Re-imaging is not as flexible as VirtualBox. You can take a snapshot before you experiment different schemes/solutions and more snapshots when you go down further. Revert back is just a click of a button. It does have a steeper learning curve but not too bad. I especially like the feature of shared folder which allows you to move files between the Host system and the Guest systems (virtual machine) easily.
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