Running on Breed Bootloader(kmod-mtd-rw included with builds) Breed Bootloader also has the option of flashing images in case something happens.(If you have issues with your router not booting after updating frequency settings, rather than pressing restart on the user interface for breed, just unplug the router and it boots normally with your applied settings)
GCC 7.3 \ binutils 2.30 builds
Script to Automake image and apply patches:
#!/bin/bash git clone https://git.openwrt.org/openwrt/openwrt.git lede #copies patches to lede directory, assuming you already have patches directory available. cp -r patches /path/to/lede cd lede ./scripts/feeds update -a ./scripts/feeds install -a #applies patches and moves to appropriate directory for i in patches/*.patch; do patch -p1 < $i; done mv ./target/linux/generic/patches-4.9/* ./target/linux/generic/pending-4.9/ rm -rf ./target/linux/generic/patches-4.9 #copies my config.seed file( i have saved) to the lede directory as .config, so when i run make menuconfig in the lede directory, it already has my previous settings. cp /path/to/config.seed /path/to/lede/.conf make menuconfig make -j1 V=s
if you have any questions feel free to ask, or any input on other optimizations or wrappers like libremesh,also take a look at:
(this is where i got most of my patches and experience from.)
[GCC 7.2 BUILD] Optimized TP-Link Archer C7 V2 AC1750 LEDE Firmware
this is instructions for breed:(if kmod-mtd-rw installed)
[Solved] Archer C7 V2.0 Overclock
If you see any improvements i can make let me know.
check out these firmwares based off of lede.