I have hunted around for this, but no luck. If a build fails, there is a note about using -j1 (that makes sense!), and V=s or V=sc to debug. It works, but ... what does this mean exactly? I have tried to find it, but no luck. Just not sure what all the options are (for V in particular).
I've seen V=99 as well and wondered the same
Sorry, it was rude to just dump a URL. I know I find it irritating when I see it.
However. While I'm excited for your exuberance for OpenWrt, that took maybe 40 seconds to find.
openwrt V=sc led to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/25578451/why-openwrt-use-v-s-in-command-line which led to the URL I provided you.
Again, I applaud that you want to learn, but you need to start looking for answers first in the community and online. Neither one of you is new
No worries (URL only) ... and apologies. I really did try that (exact) search. No idea how I missed it, but I won't try to say I didn't ... cuz clearly I did!
Idle curiosity in my case, never a burning desire to understand it. The opportunity to pile my question onto this one was there so i took it thanks for the link.
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