adrianschmutzler: my target does seem to use it and not return the error, so.. dunno, but I see nothing negative about it being there after testing and I get the error if it isn't (or did, I wasn't testing negative use case of not having it)
I modeled my setup after the x86 targets
with squasfs and how it's setup, DonkeyHotei recommended it that way after helping with it. I use a vfat partition to hold a kernel image
the device has an emmc with mbr
boot process mimics x86 in important ways
still don't understand it, but I lack the enthusiasm to go deeper, so let's postpone it until it breaks for some other reason
PaulFertser: I can add you as admin if you want to help creating accounts
but I agree it's not a good situation
zorun: please do, I'm frequently available on IRC but I never use the forum, so was not aware of that announcement, and it's also unclear if tmomas is OK with getting requests via e-mail (and not only forum PMs).
PaulFertser: done and thanks!
zorun: thank you!
you should leave the password field empty, the user will receive an email to define it
Hi all, how could I find out if commit b0ecae504b58bf65627138fe14eb605ad77224c9 of 23 November 2020 has made it into the releases released since then, 19.07.5 and 19.07.6? Github only shows me the most recent 250 commits. Thanks in advance.
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totalnoob75: it hasn't. Usually device support is not backported to bugfix release branches
I figured as much. Thank you.
totalnoob75, some projects that use openwrt might add support for their 19.07 based releases - gluon does this sometimes
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some has to add a pull request there that gets accepted tho
I believe you said you could access some devices, but you couldn't access others.
the issue manifests itself as temporary connectivity loss
e.g. a ping will go through 10 times, then drop for 9, over and over
Ok, so it's something entirely different. #494 is about permanent connectivity loss. :)
so for a few seconds everything is dead, then works again, and if you have more relaxed connections then everything just feels slow. but traffic stops and it's radio related, from what i can tell, since pinging client -> radio breaks, and pinging doesn't run through the server afaik
yeah, was worth the try though.
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how do I create a dropdown menu with the new LuCI js interface?