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 ====== OpenWrt Buildroot – Installation ====== ====== OpenWrt Buildroot – Installation ======
-[[about:​toolchain|OpenWrt Buildroot]] is the [[wp>​toolchain|buildsystem]] for the OpenWrt Linux distribution. OpenWrt Buildroot works on Linux, BSD or MacOSX operating system. A case-sensitive filesystem is required. ​+[[about:​toolchain|OpenWrt Buildroot]] is the [[wp>​toolchain|buildsystem]] for the OpenWrt Linux distribution. OpenWrt Buildroot works on Linux, BSD or MacOSX operating system. A case-sensitive filesystem is required.
  
 It is recommended that you use a Linux distribution ([[wp>​Debian]]),​ either a standalone installation or one running in a virtual environment ([[wp>​VMware]] or [[wp>​Qemu]]). It is recommended that you use a Linux distribution ([[wp>​Debian]]),​ either a standalone installation or one running in a virtual environment ([[wp>​VMware]] or [[wp>​Qemu]]).
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 [[wp>​Cygwin]](Windows) will not be supported because of the lack of case sensitiveness in the file system. [[wp>​Cygwin]](Windows) will not be supported because of the lack of case sensitiveness in the file system.
  
 +Outdated information for old Buildroot versions, old Linux variants is archived at: [[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.old]]
  
 +:!: For common problems, benchmarks, common optimizations see [[doc:​faq:​development]]
 ===== Prerequisites ===== ===== Prerequisites =====
 to generate an [[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing|installable]] OpenWrt firmware image file with a size of e.g. 8MB: to generate an [[doc:​howto:​generic.flashing|installable]] OpenWrt firmware image file with a size of e.g. 8MB:
-  * ca. 150 MB of hard disk space for OpenWrt Buildroot +  * ca. 200 MB of hard disk space for OpenWrt Buildroot 
-  * ca. 350 MB of hard disk space for OpenWrt Buildroot + OpenWrt Feeds+  * ca. 300 MB of hard disk space for OpenWrt Buildroot + OpenWrt Feeds
   * ca. 2.1 GB of hard disk space for source packages downloaded during build from OpenWrt Feeds   * ca. 2.1 GB of hard disk space for source packages downloaded during build from OpenWrt Feeds
   * ca. 3-4 GB of available hard disk space to build (i.e. cross-compile) OpenWrt and generate the firmware file   * ca. 3-4 GB of available hard disk space to build (i.e. cross-compile) OpenWrt and generate the firmware file
  
 +  * ca. 1-4 GB of RAM to build Openwrt.(build x86's img need 4GB RAM)
  
  ​{{tag>​wip}}  ​{{tag>​wip}}
  
 ===== Install procedure on Linux ===== ===== Install procedure on Linux =====
-| ->​[[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.bsd|Procedure on ~BSD]] | ->​[[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.macosx|Procedure on Mac OS X]] | +| ->​[[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.bsd|Procedure on ~BSD]] | ->​[[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.macosx|Procedure on Mac OS X]] |
  \\  \\
 | {{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​48px-emblem-important.svg.png?​nolink}} | 1. Do everything as //​non//​-root user!\\ 2. Issue all OpenWrt Buildroot commands in the ''<​buildsystem root>''​ directory, e.g. ''​~/​openwrt/​trunk/''​\\ 3. Do not build in a directory that has spaces in its full path\\ 4. Change Ownership other than root user,of the directory where you Download the OpenWrt (sudo chown -R user:user /openwrt/)| | {{:​meta:​icons:​tango:​48px-emblem-important.svg.png?​nolink}} | 1. Do everything as //​non//​-root user!\\ 2. Issue all OpenWrt Buildroot commands in the ''<​buildsystem root>''​ directory, e.g. ''​~/​openwrt/​trunk/''​\\ 3. Do not build in a directory that has spaces in its full path\\ 4. Change Ownership other than root user,of the directory where you Download the OpenWrt (sudo chown -R user:user /openwrt/)|
  
   - Install ''​[[wp>​Git (software)|git]]''​ , to conveniently download the OpenWrt source code, and ''​[[wp>​GNU build system|build tools]]''​ to do the cross-compilation process: <code bash>​sudo apt-get update   - Install ''​[[wp>​Git (software)|git]]''​ , to conveniently download the OpenWrt source code, and ''​[[wp>​GNU build system|build tools]]''​ to do the cross-compilation process: <code bash>​sudo apt-get update
-sudo apt-get install git-core build-essential</​code>​ Some feeds might not available over git but only via ''​[[wp>​Apache Subversion|subversion]]''​ (short: ''​svn''​). If you want to obtain their source-code,​ you need to install svn as well:<​code bash> +sudo apt-get install git-core build-essential ​libssl-dev libncurses5-dev unzip</​code>​ Some feeds might not available over git but only via ''​[[wp>​Apache Subversion|subversion]]''​ (short: ''​svn''​) ​or ''​[[wp>​Mercurial|mercurial]]''​. If you want to obtain their source-code,​ you need to install svn and mercurial ​as well:<​code bash> 
-sudo apt-get install subversion</​code>​+sudo apt-get install subversion ​mercurial</​code>​
      * for information about the build tools see ''​[[man>​make]]''​ and [[http://​packages.debian.org/​wheezy/​build-essential|build-essential]]      * for information about the build tools see ''​[[man>​make]]''​ and [[http://​packages.debian.org/​wheezy/​build-essential|build-essential]]
      * for information about git see ''​[[man>​git(7)]]''​      * for information about git see ''​[[man>​git(7)]]''​
      * for information about the subversion tool see ''​[[man>​svn]]''​ and [[http://​svnbook.red-bean.com/​index.en.html|subversion documentation (multiple languages)]]      * for information about the subversion tool see ''​[[man>​svn]]''​ and [[http://​svnbook.red-bean.com/​index.en.html|subversion documentation (multiple languages)]]
-  - Download the OpenWrt bleeding edge with ''​git''​ (//see [[#​Downloading Sources]] for more options!//​):<​code bash>+  - Download the OpenWrt bleeding edge(trunk Version) ​with ''​git''​ (//see [[#​Downloading Sources]] for more options!//​):<​code bash>
 git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​openwrt.git git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​openwrt.git
 </​code>​ <​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​this creates a directory '​openwrt',​ which is the OpenWrt Buildroot build-directory </​br>​the OpenWrt toolchain "​OpenWrt Buildroot"​ is included</​p></​HTML>​ </​code>​ <​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​this creates a directory '​openwrt',​ which is the OpenWrt Buildroot build-directory </​br>​the OpenWrt toolchain "​OpenWrt Buildroot"​ is included</​p></​HTML>​
-  - (//​optional//​) Download and install all available "​feeds"​ (//see [[#​Downloading and Installing ​Feeds]] for more options!//​):<​code bash>+  - (//​optional//​) Download and install all available "​feeds"​ (//see [[[doc:​devel:​feeds|OpenWrt ​Feeds]] for more options!//​):<​code bash> ​
 cd openwrt cd openwrt
 ./​scripts/​feeds update -a ./​scripts/​feeds update -a
-./​scripts/​feeds install -a</​code> ​+./​scripts/​feeds install -a</​code>​
   - Make OpenWrt Buildroot check for missing packages on your build-system using one of the following commands:<​code bash>   - Make OpenWrt Buildroot check for missing packages on your build-system using one of the following commands:<​code bash>
 make defconfig make defconfig
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 make menuconfig</​code>​ <​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​There you will need to select what you want to compile.</​p></​HTML>​ make menuconfig</​code>​ <​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​There you will need to select what you want to compile.</​p></​HTML>​
   - Proceed with [[build]] (i.e. cross-compile the downloaded sources to binaries)<​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​After the cross-compilation process the ''​trunk''​-directory contained 244,451 files with a total size of 3.2GiB!</​p></​HTML>​   - Proceed with [[build]] (i.e. cross-compile the downloaded sources to binaries)<​HTML><​p style="​font-size:​small">​After the cross-compilation process the ''​trunk''​-directory contained 244,451 files with a total size of 3.2GiB!</​p></​HTML>​
- 
  
  
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 Here's a table with the package name for each prerequisite separated for different GNU/Linux and Unix like distributions. Here's a table with the package name for each prerequisite separated for different GNU/Linux and Unix like distributions.
  
-^ Prerequisite ^ Debian ^ Suse ^ Red Hat ^ OS X (via MacPorts) ^ Fedora ^ NetBSD ^ Arch ^ Gentoo ^+^ Prerequisite ^ Debian ^ SUSE ^ Red Hat ^ OS X (via MacPorts) ^ Fedora ^ NetBSD ^ Arch ^ Gentoo ^
 | asciidoc ​        | asciidoc| asciidoc| asciidoc| asciidoc | asciidoc| ?| asciidoc | app-text/​asciidoc | | asciidoc ​        | asciidoc| asciidoc| asciidoc| asciidoc | asciidoc| ?| asciidoc | app-text/​asciidoc |
 | [[wp>​Bash (Unix shell)|GNU Bash]] | bash |bash| bash | bash | bash| bash| bash| app-shells/​bash | | [[wp>​Bash (Unix shell)|GNU Bash]] | bash |bash| bash | bash | bash| bash| bash| app-shells/​bash |
-| [[wp>​Bc_(programming_language)#​GNU_bc|GNU bc]] | [[http://​packages.debian.org/​jessie/​bc|bc]] | | | | bc| | bc| sys-devel/​bc |+| [[wp>​Bc_(programming_language)#​GNU_bc|GNU bc]] | bc| bc| | | bc| | bc| sys-devel/​bc |
 | [[wp>GNU Binutils]] | binutils | binutils| binutils| binutils| binutils| ?| binutils| sys-devel/​binutils | | [[wp>GNU Binutils]] | binutils | binutils| binutils| binutils| binutils| ?| binutils| sys-devel/​binutils |
 | [[wp>​bzip2]] ​    | bzip2 | bzip2| bzip2| bzip2| bzip2| ?| bzip2| app-arch/​bzip2 | | [[wp>​bzip2]] ​    | bzip2 | bzip2| bzip2| bzip2| bzip2| ?| bzip2| app-arch/​bzip2 |
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 | getopt ​          | util-linux | util-linux | util-linux | getopt| util-linux | getopt| util-linux | sys-apps/​util-linux | | getopt ​          | util-linux | util-linux | util-linux | getopt| util-linux | getopt| util-linux | sys-apps/​util-linux |
 | [[wp>GNU awk]]   | gawk| gawk| gawk| gawk| gawk| ?| gawk| sys-apps/​gawk | | [[wp>GNU awk]]   | gawk| gawk| gawk| gawk| gawk| ?| gawk| sys-apps/​gawk |
-| gtk2.0-dev ​      | libgtk2.0-dev| ​?| gtk2-devel| gtk2| gtk2-devel| ?| gtk2 | x11-libs/​gtk+ (?) |+| gtk2.0-dev ​      | libgtk2.0-dev| ​gtk2-devel| gtk2-devel| gtk2| gtk2-devel| ?| gtk2 | x11-libs/​gtk+ (?) |
 | intltool-update ​ | intltool| intltool| intltool| intltool| intltool| ?| intltool | dev-util/​intltool | | intltool-update ​ | intltool| intltool| intltool| intltool| intltool| ?| intltool | dev-util/​intltool |
 | jikes            | [[http://​packages.debian.org/​jessie/​jikespg|jikespg]] | jikes| ?| jikes| ---| ?| [[https://​aur.archlinux.org/​packages/​jikes/​|aur/​jikes]] | dev-java/​jikes | | jikes            | [[http://​packages.debian.org/​jessie/​jikespg|jikespg]] | jikes| ?| jikes| ---| ?| [[https://​aur.archlinux.org/​packages/​jikes/​|aur/​jikes]] | dev-java/​jikes |
 | libz, libz-dev ​  | zlib1g-dev | zlib-devel| zlib-devel| zlib| zlib-devel| ?| zlib | sys-libs/​zlib | | libz, libz-dev ​  | zlib1g-dev | zlib-devel| zlib-devel| zlib| zlib-devel| ?| zlib | sys-libs/​zlib |
-mercurial ​/ hg   | | | | | hg | | | |+Mercurial ​/ hg   | | mercurial| | | hg | | | |
 | make             | make | make| make | gmake| make| gmake| make | sys-devel/​make | | make             | make | make| make | gmake| make| gmake| make | sys-devel/​make |
-| mkisofs ​         | genisoimage | ?| ?| ?| genisoimage| ?| cdrkit | app-cdr/​cdrtools |+| mkisofs ​         | genisoimage | genisoimage| ?| ?| genisoimage| ?| cdrkit | app-cdr/​cdrtools |
 | [[wp>​ncurses]] ​  | libncurses5-dev| ncurses-devel| ncurses-devel| ncurses| ncurses-devel| ?| ncurses | sys-libs/​ncurses | | [[wp>​ncurses]] ​  | libncurses5-dev| ncurses-devel| ncurses-devel| ncurses| ncurses-devel| ?| ncurses | sys-libs/​ncurses |
 | openssl/​ssl.h ​   | libssl-dev| libopenssl-devel| openssl-devel| openssl| openssl-devel| ?| openssl | dev-libs/​openssl | | openssl/​ssl.h ​   | libssl-dev| libopenssl-devel| openssl-devel| openssl| openssl-devel| ?| openssl | dev-libs/​openssl |
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 | unzip            | unzip| unzip| unzip| unzip| unzip| ?| unzip | app-arch/​unzip | | unzip            | unzip| unzip| unzip| unzip| unzip| ?| unzip | app-arch/​unzip |
 | [[wp>GNU Wget]] ​ | wget | wget| wget| wget| wget| ?| wget | net-misc/​wget | | [[wp>GNU Wget]] ​ | wget | wget| wget| wget| wget| ?| wget | net-misc/​wget |
-| working-sdcc ​    | +| xgettext ​        | gettext| ​gettext-tools| gettext | gettext| gettext| ?| gettext | sys-devel/​gettext | 
-| xgettext ​        | gettext| ​?| gettext | gettext| gettext| ?| gettext | sys-devel/​gettext | +| xsltproc ​        | xsltproc| libxslt-tools| ?| libxslt| libxslt| ?| libxslt | dev-libs/​libxslt |
-| xsltproc ​        | xsltproc| libxslt| ?| libxslt| libxslt| ?| libxslt | dev-libs/​libxslt |+
 | zlib, zlib-static| zlib1g-dev| zlib-devel| zlib-devel | zlib-devel| zlib-devel | ?| zlib | sys-libs/​zlib | | zlib, zlib-static| zlib1g-dev| zlib-devel| zlib-devel | zlib-devel| zlib-devel | ?| zlib | sys-libs/​zlib |
  
 Unfortunately not all dependencies are checked by ''​make config'':​ Unfortunately not all dependencies are checked by ''​make config'':​
-^ Package ^ Prerequisite ^ Debian ^ Suse ^ Red Hat ^ OS X ^ Fedora ^ NetBSD ^ Arch ^ Gentoo ^+^ Package ^ Prerequisite ^ Debian ^ SUSE ^ Red Hat ^ OS X ^ Fedora ^ NetBSD ^ Arch ^ Gentoo ^
 | boost    | bjam / boost-jam ​  | libboost1.53-dev ​  | | | | boost-jam || boost | dev-util/​boost-build | | boost    | bjam / boost-jam ​  | libboost1.53-dev ​  | | | | boost-jam || boost | dev-util/​boost-build |
 | intltool | [Perl] XML::Parser | libxml-parser-perl | | perl-XML-Parser | | perl-XML-Parser | | intltool | dev-perl/​XML-Parser | | intltool | [Perl] XML::Parser | libxml-parser-perl | | perl-XML-Parser | | perl-XML-Parser | | intltool | dev-perl/​XML-Parser |
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 ==== Examples of Package Installations ==== ==== Examples of Package Installations ====
   * **Arch Linux**<​code>​pacman -S --needed subversion asciidoc bash bc binutils bzip2 fastjar flex git gcc util-linux gawk intltool zlib make cdrkit ncurses openssl patch perl-extutils-makemaker rsync sdcc unzip wget gettext libxslt boost libusb bin86 sharutils b43-fwcutter findutils</​code>​   * **Arch Linux**<​code>​pacman -S --needed subversion asciidoc bash bc binutils bzip2 fastjar flex git gcc util-linux gawk intltool zlib make cdrkit ncurses openssl patch perl-extutils-makemaker rsync sdcc unzip wget gettext libxslt boost libusb bin86 sharutils b43-fwcutter findutils</​code>​
-  * **Debian 6 Squeeze:​**<​code>​apt-get install libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk flex libssl-dev sdcc-nf</​code>​ 
   * **Debian 7 Wheezy:​**<​code>​apt-get install libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk</​code>​   * **Debian 7 Wheezy:​**<​code>​apt-get install libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk</​code>​
-  * **Fedora ​19 - 64Bit** (Maybe also for lower versions, some packages seem to be missing above):<​code>​yum install -y subversion binutils bzip2 gcc gcc-c++ gawk gettext flex ncurses-devel zlib-devel make patch unzip perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker \+  * **Fedora ​20 - 64Bit** (Maybe also for lower versions, some packages seem to be missing above):<​code>​yum install -y subversion binutils bzip2 gcc gcc-c++ gawk gettext flex ncurses-devel zlib-devel make patch unzip perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker \
  glibc glibc-devel glibc-static quilt ncurses-lib sed sdcc intltool sharutils bison wget</​code>​  glibc glibc-devel glibc-static quilt ncurses-lib sed sdcc intltool sharutils bison wget</​code>​
-  * **openSuSE ​13.1**<​code>​zypper install binutils ​gcc gcc-c++ make ncurses-devel patch zlib-devel ​flex git-core subversion</​code>​In openSuSE some packages require additional repositories. Search on http://​packages.opensuse-community.org and add repositories like that: <​code>​zypper ar "​http://​download.opensuse.org/​repositories/​devel:/​languages:/​perl/​openSUSE_11.1/​devel:​languages:​perl.repo"​</​code>​+  * **openSUSE ​13.2**<​code>​zypper install ​asciidoc bash bc binutils ​bzip2 fastjar flex git-core ​gcc-c++ ​gcc util-linux gawk gtk2-devel intltool jikes zlib-devel mercurial ​make genisoimage ​ncurses-devel libopenssl-devel patch perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker python-devel ​rsync ruby sdcc unzip wget gettext-tools libxslt-tools zlib-devel ​subversion</​code>​
   * **Ubuntu 12.04LTS:​**<​code>​sudo apt-get install build-essential subversion git-core libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk flex quilt libssl-dev xsltproc libxml-parser-perl mercurial bzr ecj cvs unzip</​code>​   * **Ubuntu 12.04LTS:​**<​code>​sudo apt-get install build-essential subversion git-core libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk flex quilt libssl-dev xsltproc libxml-parser-perl mercurial bzr ecj cvs unzip</​code>​
-  * **Ubuntu 64bit:​**<​code>​sudo apt-get install build-essential subversion libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk gcc-multilib flex git-core gettext</​code>​ +  * **Ubuntu 64bit:​**<​code>​sudo apt-get install build-essential subversion libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev gawk gcc-multilib flex git-core gettext ​libssl-dev</​code>​ 
 +  * **Centos x86-64:​**<​code>​yum install subversion binutils bzip2 gcc gcc-c++ gawk gettext flex ncurses-devel zlib-devel make patch unzip perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker ​ glibc glibc-devel glibc-static quilt ncurses-lib sed sdcc intltool sharutils bison wget git-core openssl-devel xz </​code>​
 ==== Known variants to be broken ==== ==== Known variants to be broken ====
  
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 ===== Downloading Sources ===== ===== Downloading Sources =====
-You can either check out the OpenWrt source code via git. (see [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​wiki/​GetSource]]) 
  
 ==== GIT ==== ==== GIT ====
-The recommended way of checking out the OpenWrt source code is cloning the Git repository using one of the following commands:+cloning the Git repository using one of the following commands:
  
 === trunk (main development tree) === === trunk (main development tree) ===
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 <code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​packages.git</​code>​ <code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​packages.git</​code>​
 +
 +=== 14.07 branch (Barrier Breaker) ===
 +
 +== Main repository ==
 +<code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​14.07/​openwrt.git</​code>​
 +
 +== Packages feed ==
 +
 +<code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​14.07/​packages.git</​code>​
  
 === 12.09 branch (Attitude Adjustment) === === 12.09 branch (Attitude Adjustment) ===
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 <code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​12.09/​packages.git</​code>​ <code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​12.09/​packages.git</​code>​
 +
 +=== Merged main repository into a single Git repository ===
 +If you want all three repositories mentioned above in a single git repository (with history) do the following:
 +<code bash>git clone git://​git.openwrt.org/​openwrt.git ​
 +cd openwrt
 +# Add AA remote repository
 +git remote add aa-up git://​git.openwrt.org/​12.09/​openwrt.git
 +git fetch aa-up
 +AA_BRANCH=`git log aa-up/​master --pretty="​tformat:​%H %T" | tail -1`
 +AA_TIP=($AA_BRANCH)
 +OW_AA_MATCH=`git log master --pretty="​tformat:​%H %T" | grep ${AA_TIP[1]}`
 +OW_AA_BRANCH=($OW_AA_MATCH)
 +git checkout -b ow-aa ${OW_AA_BRANCH[0]}
 +echo "​${AA_TIP[0]} ${OW_AA_BRANCH[0]}"​ >> .git/​info/​grafts
 +git merge aa-up/​master
 +
 +# Add BB remote repository
 +git remote add bb-up git://​git.openwrt.org/​14.07/​openwrt.git
 +git fetch bb-up
 +BB_BRANCH=`git log bb-up/​master --pretty="​tformat:​%H %T" | tail -1`
 +BB_TIP=($BB_BRANCH)
 +OW_BB_MATCH=`git log master --pretty="​tformat:​%H %T" | grep ${BB_TIP[1]}`
 +OW_BB_BRANCH=($OW_BB_MATCH)
 +git checkout -b ow-bb ${OW_BB_BRANCH[0]}
 +echo "​${BB_TIP[0]} ${OW_BB_BRANCH[0]}"​ >> .git/​info/​grafts
 +git merge bb-up/​master</​code>​
 +After doing the above, you can simply do the following to pickup trunk, aa, or bb changes made.
 +<code bash>git checkout master
 +git pull
 +  AND/OR
 +git checkout ow-aa
 +git pull aa-up master
 +  AND/OR
 +git checkout ow-bb
 +git pull bb-up master</​code>​
  
 === Check out certain revision === === Check out certain revision ===
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 ==== SVN ==== ==== SVN ====
 +see [[doc:​howto:​buildroot.exigence.old|Deprecated Buildroot-Installation Howto]]
  
-see [[doc:howto:buildroot.exigence.old]]+:!Accessing SVN may get your IP blacklisted on SVN and forumFull SVN checkout can take a very long time compared to git. Using git is recommended by the developers.
  
-==== Downloading and Installing Feeds ===== 
-{{tag>​wip}} 
  
-See ->​[[doc:​devel:​feeds]] 
  
-  * to install only individual packages: <code bash>​./​scripts/​feeds install PACKAGENAME</​code>​ 
  
-**Problem downloading and installing feeds ? If yes follow below...** 
  
-  - Open your directory where you have downloaded openwrt source using git or svn ... 
-  - Edit ''​feeds.conf.default''​ 
-  - Comment below lines\\ <​code>​ 
-src-svn packages svn://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/​branches/​packages_10.03.2 svn://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/​packages 
-src-svn luci http://​svn.luci.subsignal.org/​luci/​branches/​luci-0.10/​contrib/​package </​code>​ 
-  - Copy below lines and save\\ <​code>​ 
-src-git packages http://​git.openwrt.org/​10.03/​packages.git http://​git.openwrt.org/​packages.git 
-src-git luci http://​git.openwrt.org/​project/​luci.git</​code>​ 
-  - ''​./​scripts/​feeds update -a''​ 
-  - ''​./​scripts/​feeds install -a''​ 
  
-===== Troubleshooting ===== 
-  * Beware of unusual environment variables such as 
-     * ''​GREP_OPTIONS''​ which should not have ''​--initial-tab''​ or other options affecting its output 
-     * **''​SED''​ should not be set.  If it is, run `unset SED` before compiling.** (See [[https://​dev.openwrt.org/​ticket/​10612|Ticket 10612]].) 
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