I'm having strange persistence problems. My RPi remembers things it should be forgetting. I pulled the sdcard and wrote your latest image to it. When I booted the RPi, it remembered the previous IP address I'd set on the ethernet interface.
Can't do an opkg update.
- opkg_conf_parse_file: Failed to open /etc/opkg/customfeeds.conf: Stale file handle.
I put the sdcard back in the computer, used disk manager to format the first partition (not a fast format, so presumably all blocks in the first partition were wiped). Deleted all the partitions, then wrote the image with win32diskimager.
Do I need to somehow zero out the whole sdcard before writing images to it?
Does the RPi have some sort of built-in nonvolatile storage OpenWRT is using?