seems like it
We had a wonderful launch RPI4 thread that got locked by whatever reason threads get locked after a year here, you can read it here. Many experiences and solutions to common issues.
This is worth it when you have such a brilliant community. I wish there was an active thread addressing the issues and fixes for RPi4 on OpenWRT.
Did everyone here see this?
5 Gbps Ethernet on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4
Your post was super helpful, why withdrawn?
if it's the solution then the thread closes and it disappears... and is of little use...
I also rudely hijacked based on the title...
Ah, I didn't know about that. I have removed your post from "solution" so I guess it'll be good to repost again.
RPI4 RELEASED [fullthread] jrambo99
FIRMWARE non-raspbian updating mk24
USBc OTG SPECIFICS pi-forum
What is hindering you in creating specific topics for specific problems?
Topics do not just disappear.
- foster a sense of community
- declutter the forum when several people are likely to encounter similar issues in the short term
- make relevant and/or associated information easier to find, especially for 'new' OpenWrt users... and in the case of the pi4... there are many...
Which is why it'd be a good idea to get the launch RPi4 thread opened indefinitely, not subject to this insane rule of threads getting closed if they don't have any activity for more than 10 days. For example, the auto thread close cut a conversation between some people at the end that was getting somewhere.
@tmomas would it be possible?
The result would be something like this: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63276
One single topic with 5259 posts on 211 pages that one has to sift through to find relevant information on a specific problem. I am very much pissed by such a situation, hence thinking that we can do better by putting specific questions into specific topics.
@wulfy23 Can't get SQM QoS to get it working. It shows ResourcesNotFound error.
Get a real router and access points.
are You aware comparing a motorcycle to suv ? both of them are for different market lol.
luci > system > startup > [sqm] > click [disabled] + click [start]
( read: buildnotes and feel free to ask in the thread if you are not sure if something is build related or not )
How can I configure fan control on OpenWRT or Rasbian OS? I want my case fan to run on 3.3v as you suggested above as the noise it makes is annoying.
Most of these cases the fan attached to the RPi header pins. You just attach it to the 3.3v pin, look on RPi website for the pinout diagram
With a 802.11ax extra card it can be great... openwrt support some models ?
Follow this for the details: