The Wireless setting is midding from the Network menu. Raspberry Pi 3B+. Also most unix commands are not found - lsusb, ifconfig, iwconfig, shutdown, etc. reboot does work, but no way to gracefully shut down. I get the web interface up with 192.168.38.2 in the browser window, but no place under network or anyplace to setup wi-fi. And my ISP does not support ipv6, so it is disabled on my ISP's router.
Packages are minimal, as most devices don’t need them and many don’t have the space. ifconfig is deprecated for Linux-based systems. ip is supplied. Other packages can be installed through the GUI or with the command line after opkg update. Most all-in-one routers don’t have software power control, so shutdown is meaningless. reboot should provide clean shutdown, after which a power cut is required for virtually all home devices.
Reboot works. But in the end - I still can not get wireless working and LuCI does not have the network > wireless setting. I can not figure out how to get the wi-fi working on the RPi. It does work fine with other softwares - so I need some hand holding.