This is is awesome news! If anyone is already running it on their LinkStar H68K, it would be great to know about the experience. Thank you!
Went through the process of building from the repository, and flashed the resulting image to eMMC rather than to a TF card.
There is no frontend web interface or HDMI output, but the machine still runs and works as intended. You can connect to it using SSH and it issues DHCP. I was able to connect to the machine using firstname.lastname@example.org and no password was needed. It is truly a barebones install, but you can install more packages to make it more user-friendly.
@BigRon I got it running and my experience is in the above post.
@jennazhuxj Is there any chance that Seeed Studio would be willing to publicly release or open source the Erase firmware tool, and the H68K-Boot-Loader? Or if you could provide a repository link, that'd be super helpful.
@Caffeine-Jared thanks for sharing. This this great news and good to know. Good work to build on, much appreciated.
Since my initial install, I've rebuilt a new image with LuCI, docker, and other software included. There are still a few kinks that I need to work out when it comes to packages and performance, but I'm hoping to be able to make a finished image by the end of the week.
@Caffeine-Jared thanks for the update!
@Caffeine-Jared can you share your .config that you built the more comprehensive image from?
I'm having a few issues from the image that Seeed Studio provides in the wiki to get started so I would like to also make a build of OpenWrt directly from source @jennazhuxj
Can Seeed Studio contribute the necessary files and code to OpenWrt directly?
I'm not sure what is required, but if there is something I can do from my end, please let me know.
Will adding Linkstar to the Table of Hardware be enough?
[https://openwrt.org/supported_devices/adding_to_toh](https://Add a device to the Table of Hardware)