Luci asking for stuff that doesn't exist

seems luci wants to read a few pages... that are not installed... fgrep in /www and /usr/lib/lua shows no hits for these strings...

( although resolving the 3g one seems to tie the source back to netifd > proto )

maybe a browser cache issue...? package (modemmanger?) with stale / conditional includes?

managed to find 'whatprovides' for 3g but the others are still a mystery...

effects overview + network pages... ( 3 failed hits on every page load )


some installed packages that may be relavent;

[root@dca632 /usbstick 47°]# opkg list-installed | grep -E '(proto|modemman|mbim|wwan|netif)'
kmod-usb-net-cdc-mbim - 5.4.117-1
kmod-usb-net-qmi-wwan - 5.4.117-1
kmod-usb-serial-wwan - 5.4.117-1
libmbim - 1.24.6-1
luci-proto-gre - git-20.327.56111-0f3f464
luci-proto-ipip - git-19.307.61018-284918b
luci-proto-ipv6 - git-21.074.38504-171ef77
luci-proto-modemmanager - git-21.074.38504-171ef77
luci-proto-ncm - git-21.088.74146-7d49508
luci-proto-ppp - git-21.088.74146-7d49508
luci-proto-qmi - git-21.088.74146-7d49508
luci-proto-wireguard - git-21.074.38504-171ef77
mbim-utils - 1.24.6-1
modemmanager - 1.16.2-1
netifd - 2021-04-03-327da989-3
umbim - 2019-09-11-184b707d-1
wwan - 2019-04-29-5

This is normal. It queries netifd for supported network protocols and attempts to load plugins for each one. The missing 3g.js file is provided by luci-proto-3g, for mbim and wwan there is no existing implementation afair.

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