I’m working on getting my openwrt to where I would like them. This obviously has a lot of trial and error, which requires me to do a lot of soft resets. This is aggravating because by default the router has no wifi, and I’m forced to get up and plug my laptop in via Ethernet.
Is there a way I can configure the router to have a new ‘soft reset’ standard? So that whenever I reset the device, the wifi Ian already ready to go?
I’m not really that good with the console.
I use it all the time on my Linux systems, but I’m not entirely comfortable doing it with the router.
According the page you referenced above,
I can make a script in /etc/uci-defaults, and it will run when ever there is a soft-restart?
Is there a way I can ‘make a snapshot’ of the setting it has now, and have the script apply them?
No, this works only with custom images.
ImageBuilder is probably the simplest way to create one.
What exactly does Imagebuilder do?
Is it a utility to make a .bin file?
If so, can I just flash my router with it when I need to?
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