Merry Christmas Folks,
I was trying to download the latest firmware for NEWIFI D2 from
https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/ but its not working. I usually replace the wpad-basic with wpad-openssl for full wifi functionality. However, since yesterday the firmware selector does not work.
I also noticed a uboot package starting with a dash that looks suspicious. Pls help.
-uboot-envtools base-files busybox ca-bundle dnsmasq dropbear firewall4 fstools kmod-gpio-button-hotplug kmod-leds-gpio kmod-mt7603 kmod-mt76x2 kmod-nft-offload kmod-usb-ledtrig-usbport kmod-usb3 libc libgcc libustream-mbedtls logd luci mtd netifd nftables odhcp6c odhcpd-ipv6only opkg ppp ppp-mod-pppoe procd procd-seccomp procd-ujail uboot-envtools uci uclient-fetch urandom-seed urngd wpad-basic-mbedtls
but its not working.
I've seen that before, it's never cause me an issue.
Lastly, did you note any of this in the main thread?
The OpenWrt Firmware Selector
It's been reported already, see:
Perhaps because now it is not possible not only to finish this very assembly, but also to start it?
Do we immediately get a red line without any identification marks?
really simple to build yourself, if you have Linux access, takes less than 5 mins.
image URL and params doesn't match your device.
I too get this red line and nothing happens after that!
Is there a pointer or a recipe on how to build myself? I can install ubuntu desktop on one of the old laptops for that.
I looked some write up on openwrt and it looked scary to me! It is not easy as I assumed it to be.
Two posts down in the thread I liked to.
Firmware Selector uses
https://sysupgrade.openwrt.org/ . It is "502 Bad Gateway" currently.
same here. is there any announcement being made?
Firmware selector works fine now.
Firmware selector works fine now. Just got a build for my EA8500 with ath10k mainline firmware instead of ct. Compiled just fine and was able to download it within a few minutes.
It works now, but stull can't use boot script
defaults not enabled on server"
FWIW, the leading
- on a package just means
do not install. It's nothing to worry about. I have it against quite a few packages.