[Cerowrt-devel] just when I thought it was safe to do a release
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Feb 19 15:43:39 EST 2014
don't use 3.10.28-12 with the usb stick. Found a bug with codepoints.
Building 3.10.28-14 now.
On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 3:32 PM, Sebastian Moeller <moeller0 at gmx.de> wrote:
> HI Dave,
> On Feb 19, 2014, at 17:29 , Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 11:11 AM, David Personette <dperson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I installed 3.10.28-12, and other than some missing packages (bash and curl
>> Heh. What do you guys do, have a cron job polling for changes to the build dir?
>> I was going to sit on that and put out a more polished version sometime in
>> the next couple days.
>>> were what I noticed, and pulled from the previous version
>> I killed some big packages while trying to get a new build done faster.
>> I'll sort through the missing ones and add them back in. (I also just
>> added in squid, per request). Got a big build box donated to use
>> again, post disaster.
>> Does anyone care about cups? (printing?) It was one of those things that
>> just barely works in the first place due to memory constraints and a PITA
>> and I haven't shipped it in a while. Most printers are network capable
>> these days, and what I tend to use the usb port for is odd devices
>> and gps and the like. I'd like to have support for a 3g modem or two...
>> Two concerns of mine are that I killed off udev, which used to manage
>> hotplugging. I'd like to know what, if anything, people are using the usb
>> for, so as to be able to make sure losing udev doesn't break that...
> On my wnder3700v2m I only use the USB to mount a USB stick, for a large persistent /home directory (for cerowrt images mainly, and persistent vnstat data so I can monitor consumed data volume per month) and a swap partition (under the theory that I rather have things slow to molasses while going though paging-purgatory compared to have the rout go belly-up). I have not tested 3.10.20-12 yet, but will holler if mounting the usb stick does not work without udev (but I assume it does not care too much about udev....)
>>> comcast/3.10.28-4). It's working great for me. Throughput on WiFi from my
>>> laptap to wired server is up, from 7-9MB to 10-12MB. Thank you.
>> I still think there is some tuning to be done on a rrul load, but we had
>> to get the last of the instruction traps out of the way first. As of
>> this morning
>> so far as I know, the "last" ones are gone, but I don't want to jinx it...
> Great, so that will be in the next non-release then ;) ?
> Best Regards
>> Did you try ipv6? Default routes are not quite working for me in
>> a couple scenarios.
>>> David P.
>>> On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 5:49 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> ok, so all the bits flying in loose formation have been rebased on top of
>>>> openwrt head, and I've submitted the last remaining differences (besides
>>>> SQM) up to openwrt-devel. They immediately took one...
>>>> I also went poking through current 3.14rc kernels to find bugs fixed there
>>>> not in stable 3.10. Found two more I think. (one elsewhere in the flow
>>>> hash that I had
>>>> just submitted upstream, sigh). Tried to backport sch_fq and sch_hhf,
>>>> gave up on tracking pie further.
>>>> So I got a new build going, including dnsmasq with dnssec, tested the
>>>> and was ready to release...
>>>> ... when a whole boatload of other stuff landed. Doing a new build now...
>>>> and taking the rest of the day off.
>>>> Dave Täht
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>>>> Cerowrt-devel at lists.bufferbloat.net
>> Dave Täht
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