Ok makes sense. Figure you guys would want more optimization flags etc for a specific build. Guess with symmetrical 500 mb/s+ no real point. I figured start with everything working for a reference so if I break it I at least know it was my fault.
Anyway to check what is compiled into the default X86 image? You guys don't list off default IP, ethernet port, or anything. Usually there is release notes and a changelog included with an image for most software projects. Granted you guys are building for everything and probably not enough man power to go around. It is also understandable as these are not stable releases yet.
Was originally thinking of going to DD-WRT but their last X86 build was over a year ago. OpenWRT looks like a ghost town in the forums. I know I can get this thing running with other distros but none seem to have web access and as much as I like ssh sometime I just like using the GUI.
Still cannot believe you guys are building on the 4.4 kernel already with that image. Be interesting where things head but can't see the routers with 8 MB of flash being supported forever. If I get the time I was thinking about making the gui a little nicer but at the same time hoping I don't make one of the under powered routers melt down.