I'm following the wiki and trying to install the X86_64 image (openwrt-19.07.7-x86-64-combined-squashfs.img.gz) on Proxmox VE. While I have succeeded to boot openwrt the 'free disk space' shown in 600KB only.
The wiki states:
combined-squashfs.img.gz This disk image uses the traditional OpenWrt layout, a squashfs read-only root filesystem and a read-write partition where settings and packages you install are stored. Due to how this image is assembled, you will have only 230-ish MB of space to store additional packages and configuration, and Extroot does not work.
However upon first boot - there is no free space left other than 600KB. After installing 'block mount' and running "block info" command
/dev/sda1 is /boot (16MB size)
/dev/sda2 is /rom (16MB size)
How can I get free space? I was looking for at least 200MB free for packages (1GB ideally). Only /tmp has this size but thats in-memory space that will get reset after a reboot. Help?