For several tools (among them curl), the tls provider (openssl, wolfssl, mbedtls) can only be selected at build time - currently the choice is typically made for wolfssl (openssl is much larger, mbedtls doesn't suffice to teach wpad about WPA3) in the default images.
I don't have OpenSSL installed. But wanting to install
simple-adblock, one of the dependencies is OpenSSL. And it seems to me that it is because of
Can you post more details about your OpenWrt build and ideally the output of
simple adblock blocking Twitter's link service (http://t.co) urls.
without simple adblock running urls work fine.
simple-adblock by itself doesn't block anything, it downloads the domains/addresses from the lists you select/add and lets
dnsmasq use that for blocking.
I'm currently using the final block list which has about 370k entries, and it does NOT block t.co.
You can either:
- explicitly white-list t.co so even if it's in some of the block-lists you use it will be removed from blocking
- find out which block-list has that entry and stop using that block-list
Thank you for suggesting and finally I figured out how to white-list it and now it is working thank you again
i am receiving this message but nothing is wrong!
what should i do?
unninstall and reinstall from command line ? (it is not possible throug gui/luci isn't it?)
Reinstalling won't help. It may be an issue with the code for the luci app, I do have a fix in my own repo, if you could follow the steps to add my repo to your router and then install
luci-app-simple-adblock version 1.8.8-3 let me know if the issue is fixed.
Change your custom feed to:
src/gz stangri_repo https://repo.openwrt.melmac.net