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新的基于White Russian的OpenWrt的FAQ即将发布。

安装

OpenWrt运行着 <填空> ?

请查阅 硬件支持列表硬件列表

我如何确定我的硬件版本?

该型号及版本号总是印刷于机器的背面。

Linksys型号

For Linksys models look on the bottom for a silver and black linksys sticker and find the words "Model No". The model number will be printed followed by a "vN.N" where "N.N" is the version. The exception to this is the v1.0 revisions, "v1.0" is never printed; if you don't see a version number it's a v1.0.

If you haven't installed OpenWrt yet, another way of identifying the hardware is to open the page http://192.168.1.1/SysInfo.htm (where

192.168.1.1
should be replaced with the IP address of your WRT54G or WRT54GS). The last line in the output shows the hardware version.

Linksys的路由器也可以先确定了4个字符的序列号/数字:

WRT54G型号:

序列号 硬件版本
CDF0 v1.0
CDF1 v1.0
CDF2 v1.1
CDF3 v1.1
CDF5 v2.0
CDF7 v2.2
CDF8 v3.0
CDF9 v3.1
CDFA v4.0
CDFB v5.0
CDFC v5.1
CDFD v6.0

WRT54GL型号:

序列号 硬件版本
CL7A v1.0
CL7B v1.1

WRT54GS型号:

序列号 硬件版本
CGN0 v1.0
CGN1 v1.0
CGN2 v1.1
CGN3 v2.0
CGN4 v2.1
CGN5 v3.0
CGN6 v4.0
CGN7 v5.0
CGN8 v5.1

我应该使用什么样的固件?

决定文件系统布局

Both the SquashFS and JFFS2 filesystems use heavy compression to save disk (flash) space. The choice of layouts really depends on usage patterns. At this point, the recommended install is the SquashFS version which will provide you with failsafe mode and a slightly better compression ratio than the JFFS2 partitions. Should you feel the need to switch over to JFFS2 later, the

jffs2root
script can be run – the reverse can't be said.

00-README.

我该如何安装/刷OpenWrt?

注意: Before you install OpenWrt make sure you have at least basic GNU/Linux knowledge and *nix shell skills.

TIP: You can flash the White Russian images (

*.bin
) directly from the other web interfaces now. It should to be safe even without
boot_wait=on
. But there is no garantee it will work.

旧wiki中的安装.

Do I need to run firstboot on every boot?

不。

firstboot
is for formatting the JFFS2 partition on flash and creating the directory structure; you only need to run it after upgrading the firmware or if you like to restore the default filesystem.

注意: The

firstboot
script doesn't do anything if you're using one of the JFFS2 only images.

我如何编辑的固件的squashfs?

RC 6:

No special steps are required to edit files, mini_fo is used to overlay the SquashFS and JFFS2 partitons.

When a file which is actually located in /rom is modified, it is copied to /jffs and the changes are actually applied to that file. mini_fo will always use the /jffs version of a file over the /rom version, in order to reclaim wasted space when reverting to the /rom version, you must delete the file in /jffs

RC 5 and earlier:

By default all files on the SquashFS image are actually symlinks to the real (readonly) files over on

/rom
, to edit a file you will need to delete the symlink and copy the file from
/rom
.

例子:

rm /etc/ipkg.conf
cp /rom/etc/ipkg.conf /etc/ipkg.conf
vi /etc/ipkg.conf

Now you can edit the files with an text editor.

注意: On JFFS2 images you can edit the files like on every other Linux system.

configuring for details.

How do I recover / boot in failsafe mode?

What TFTP client should I use to flash my Wrt?

In GNU/Linux and other *ixes, use the

atftp
client.

On Windows operating systems use one of the following:

我可否在刷OpenWrt时,改变Lan口的IP地址?

Linksys路由器总是以IP地址为192.168.1.1来启动TFTP。见installing 获取更多信息。

How do I convert a .bin image to .trx to use with mtd?

"You need to convert the bin (eg. openwrt-wrt54g-squashfs.bin) file to a trx file before reflashing"

WRONG! The openwrt-brcm-squashfs.trx is a generic trx file that will work on any supported broadcom platform. The openwrt-wrt54g-squashfs.bin is just "bin header + openwrt-brcm-squashfs.trx', the bin header just contains the firmware version number and what models the firmware can be loaded on; the bin header is only used for verification before writing the trx data to the flash. The mtd utility writes the given file to flash without verifying it; use one of the openwrt-brcm-squashfs.trx when using mtd. Converting the openwrt-wrt54g-squashfs.bin file back to a trx is just plain ignorant.

杂项

我在哪里可以找到FAQ?

This is the FAQ; you'd be amazed at how many people ask where the FAQ is, even after being told that question is answered in the FAQ itself.

我是否应该安装OpenWrt?

如果你一点都不懂GNU/Linux和命令行,请别/安装刷OpenWrt。

如何修改NVRAM设置?

nvram show
nvram get variable
nvram set variable=value
nvram commit (to save the changes)

TIP贴士: Use quotes when you have a list of parameters separated by space. 例如:

nvram set variable="aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ee aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff"
nvram set vlan25ports="25 26 27 28 29 30"

openwrtnvram.

How to create a NVRAM dump for debugging?

Sometimes it's useful to have a dump of the NVRAM variables to show them other people for debugging. This can be done with:

nvram show 2>&1 | sort | more

甚至:

strings /dev/nvram | sort | more

sort
will sort the list alphabetically to make it easier to read. Use
more
to list the output page by page. You can also save the dump into a text file. Use
> /tmp/nvram-dump.txt
instead of
more
. Then SCP the file to another computer.

注意: Do NOT post the dump directly into the IRC channel, for that use a pastebin service like pastebin.ca or pastebin.com. Only post the URL on IRC.

Where should I send bug reports?

Please send reproducible bugs to our ticket system.

How do I find out the installed OpenWrt version

Check if you have a file

/etc/banner
. Do

cat /etc/banner

and watch for a line like this:

WHITE RUSSIAN (RC5) -------------------------------

If you don't have that file execute

busybox 2>&1 | grep -i ^busybox

BusyBox v1.00 (2005.10.10-12:42+0000) multi-call binary

Your version is based on the reported date where BusyBox has been compiled.

How do I clean up the NVRAM variables (the safe way)?

If you have used other firmware in the past you probably have more than 400 NVRAM variables. Most of these NVRAM variables are not necessary for OpenWrt. You can safely delete them with the

nvram-clean.sh
script and have a more readable NVRAM dump.

To safely clean up these variables use nbd's NVRAM cleanup script found at http://downloads.openwrt.org/people/kaloz/nvram-clean.sh

cd /tmp
wget http://downloads.openwrt.org/people/kaloz/nvram-clean.sh
chmod a+x /tmp/nvram-clean.sh
/tmp/nvram-clean.sh

The before and after sizes will show you how much space was recovered.

The

nvram-clean.sh
script does not commit the changes to NVRAM so you will have to do this manually with:

nvram commit

Hint: If you have configured your box in client mode (doesn't matter if bridged or routed) and defined a "static_route", this entry will be deleted by the nvram-clean-script.

How often can I write on the flash chip?

Flash devices can be written to, at minimum, anywhere between 100,000 and 1,000,000 times (according to the manufacturers).

You can check which flash chip you have (at in White Russian) by

nvram show | grep flash_type

and then you can check the manufacturer's datasheet. In openwrtnvram it is however stated that it can be written between 1000 and 10000 times.

Where can I find packages?

All packages included in the stable White Russian release can be listed with:

ipkg list | more

A list of installed packages can be displayed with:

ipkg list_installed

TIP: If there are no package descriptions listed you have to run

ipkg update
.

  • ipkg list_installed doesn't exist in Micro version which uses ipkg-sh (light version of ipkg).

Why isn't a package for ____ available?

If using White Russian, be sure you did check the backports repository and X-Wrt repository to make sure the package isn't available in either of them. Then search the forums to see if any users have created the package you want but it hasn't been added to the official repositories. If you still haven't found your package, then it may be that nobody has needed that package yet or that nobody has had time to package it. In such a case, the options you have are:

  • Wait until the package becomes available
  • Package it yourself (using the OpenWrt SDK)
  • Find/Pay someone to package it for you (consider soliciting in the forums)

How much space is available for the JFFS2 partition?

  • On systems with a 4 MB flash: roughly 2 MB
  • On systems with a 8 MB flash: roughly 6 MB

The actual size allocated to the partition will vary slightly depending on the OpenWrt build. JFFS2 uses compression, the amount of data that can be stored on that partition will be higher than the above values.

How do I reflash / How do I revert back to my previous firmware?

Make sure you have set

boot_wait=on
. To verify this do:

nvram get boot_wait

should return

on
. You can set
boot_wait=on
to on by doing:

nvram set boot_wait=on
nvram commit

When this is done you can follow the deinstalling page.

boot_wait indicates whether or not the boot loader (CFE) should wait for a tftp transfered firmware before it loads the firmware present on the ROM. To adjust the length of time the CFE waits for this TFTP transfer, use the sparsely known wait_time variable. In example:

nvram set wait_time=30
nvram commit

This would cause the boot_wait period to be 30 seconds, allowing plenty of time for TFTP transfer. The default varies between models and versions and seems to range between 1 and 3 seconds.

Does OpenWrt have a web interface?

Yes. The

default
and
pptp
optimized images will have the web interface (called OpenWrt Administrative Console or webif for short) integrated.

The OpenWrt web interface is based on a set of shell and awk scripts and the form processing is done with haserl. It uses the BusyBox HTTPD server.

There is a new webif now available that offers a much richer set of features than does the original webif. Called webif^2^, it is part of the X-Wrt project to make OpenWrt more end user friendly. To get information on webif^2^, visit http://www.x-wrt.org.

TIP: You still can configure everything in the pure CLI (command line interface) too.

Why is the OpenWrt firmware so bare?

OpenWrt's design philosophy is to not lock the user down to a particular set of features but rather to provide a basic framework which can be endlessly customized through it's package support and writable JFFS2 filesystem. The firmware itself contains a minimal "core" filesystem with the intent on giving as much space as possible to the JFFS2 filesystem; the core provides minimal functionality while the JFFS2 filesystem allows the user to add software packages and modify the core scripts. The use of a package system allows the user to customize the set of features required with regard to available space, without wasting space on unused features.

As an example, the typical WRT54G contains 4 MB of flash while the WRT54GS contains 8 MB of flash. The typical firmware is intended to fit on a WRT54G, leaving 4 MB of flash completely unused on the WRT54GS. With OpenWrt, the JFFS2 partition will inherit the extra 4 MB of space, allowing more packages and thus more features.

Who maintains OpenWrt?

OpenWrt is the collaboration of many people. The two people responsible for the creation are Gerry Rozema (aka groz) and Mike Baker (aka mbm, or embeem to tivo hacking fans). See https://dev.openwrt.org/wiki/people for a list of developers:

How do I access the syslog messages?

Use the

logread
program to read syslog messages. Syslog stores the messages in the Wrt's RAM. When the specified part of the RAM gets full syslog deletes the old messages.

To log to a remote syslog server use:

nvram set log_ipaddr=aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd

Replace

aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd
with the IP address of your remote syslog server where you want to log to.

See MiniHowtos for details on remote logging.

How do I have it do something every YYY seconds/minutes?

OpenWrt uses

crond
. So you have to setup a cronjob like on every Linux system.

See HowtoEnableCron for details.

What does /sbin/wifi do?

The

/sbin/wifi
program reads the wireless
wl0_
settings from NVRAM and reconfigures the Broadcom wireless driver (
wl.o
). This is because the Broadcom wireless driver wants the NVRAM variables in a special order.

The source code for

/sbin/wifi
is available in SVN. Browse the wificonf.c source.

How do I open a WRT54G/WRT54GS?

/!\ WARNING: Opening the case will void your warranty. (If you're running third party firmware you've already voided the warranty. ;-) )

For the most part Linksys uses a screwless case, although some models (unspecified as to exactly which ones) do have screws. The blue front panel holds everything together, occasionally there are screws under the front two rubber feet. Remove the antennas then pull the blue panel off. The remaining pieces will then slide apart. See pictures.

The easiest way to open the case is to get a firm grip on one of the blue legs and one of the grey legs and quickly yank apart. It will take some force to open the WRT54G for the first time, so be gentle but firm. Apply enough force, but not too much. If it doesn't come apart check for screws under the front feet.

When using the SSH client from OpenWrt, I get the following message: "no auths methods could be used".

The message

no auths methods could be used
is related to the following utilization:
dropbear
as SSH client and
openssh
as
sshd
server, basically, activating this option in
/etc/ssh/sshd_config
works:

PasswordAuthentication yes

How to view dhcp leases from shell ?

cat /tmp/dhcp.leases

Networking

How do I create a DHCP server?

The dnsmasq program acts as DNS and DHCP server in OpenWrt. By default it hands out IP addresses from

192.168.1.100
to
192.168.1.250
.

To change this you have to set two NVRAM variables.

nvram set dhcp_start=
nvram set dhcp_num=
nvram commit

and restart

dnsmasq
with:

killall -9 dnsmasq; /etc/init.d/S60dnsmasq

For more details on howto configure static IP addresses see dns.server.dnsmasq.

Where should I put custom firewall rules?

They go into the file

/etc/firewall.user
. This file has a few examples in it as well. Don't forget to rerun the
/etc/firewall.user
scirpt to activate your changes.

/etc/firewall.user
gets called from the
/etc/init.d/S45firewall
script on each reboot.

Since OpenWrt uses the standard Linux

iptables
for firewalling a good starting point for documentation is http://www.netfilter.org/documentation/.

note: RC6 seems has a more easier way of configuring firewall rules. Instead of editing /etc/firewall.user, you can edit /etc/config/firewall. This seems to be used by X-wrt as well.

TIP: If you install

qosfw-scripts
then it's easier to configure port forwarding.

How do I configure QoS aka traffic shaping in OpenWrt?

See qoshowto.

How do I route wireless instead of a bridging LAN and WIFI?

How do I set the timezone and make it stick between reboots?

OpenWrt stores the timezone in the

/etc/TZ
file.

NOTE: Most routers does NOT have a CMOS hardware clock. That means you have to sync the time after every reboot.

For details on configuring your timezone see configuration.

What is br0?

By default the LAN ports and the wireless interface are bridged together as the virtual interface

br0
, allowing the LAN and wireless to share the same IP range.

How do I configure MAC address cloning in OpenWrt?

To enable MAC address cloning in OpenWrt on the WAN interface you have to set the

wan_hwaddr
NVRAM variable.

nvram set wan_hwaddr="aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff"
nvram commit

After that reboot your Wrt router.

reboot

Now check the MAC address on the your WAN interface with the

ifconfig
command. Your WAN interface should have the MAC address which you set in the NVRAM variable above.

How do I enable WEP encryption?

ifdown wifi
nvram set wl0_wep=enabled
nvram set wl0_key=1
nvram set wl0_key1=deadbeef12345deadbeef12345
ifup wifi
/sbin/wifi

The WEP key

wl0_key1
must be in HEX format (allowed HEX digits are 0-9 and a-f lower case). The length of the key must be exact 26 HEX digits than you have a 128 bit WEP key. Avoid using WEP keys with 00 at the end, otherwise the driver won't be able to detect the key length correctly.

To save these settings and have the WEP key set each bootup, save the changes to NVRAM:

nvram commit

See configuration for details.

How do I use WiFi Protected Access (WPA)?

You have to install the

nas
package (which provides WPA encryption) if not already done with:

ipkg install nas

Now set some NVRAM variables:

nvram set wl0_akm=psk
nvram set wl0_crypto=tkip
nvram set wl0_wpa_psk=
nvram commit

Replace



 to appropriate.

NOTE: The length of the

wl0_wpa_psk
NVRAM variable must be at least 8 chars up to 63 chars.

Start WPA with

/etc/init.d/S41wpa

Check with the

ps
command if there is a
nas
process running. If it's not working try rebooting the router.

For details and howto configure WPA2 or AES encryption see configuration.

How can I enable Client Mode?

OpenWrt can be configured as Bridged Client Mode or Routed Client Mode.

For more details on configuring the Wrt as a wireless client, see clientmode.

Wireless Distribution System (WDS) / Repeater / Bridge

This is an ASCII art for what WDS can be useful.

                / - - - Wireless Clients
               |
INTERNET-----WRT54G_1- - - - - -WRT54G_2 - - - - - Wireless Clients
             | | | |            | | | |
            4 clients          4 clients
----- Cable link
- - - Wlan link

With WDS you can connect wireless clients to all APs. In client mode this is not possible.

For connection of two AP together, both machines have to be set up.

nvram set wl0_lazywds=0
nvram set wl0_wds=aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff
nvram commit
ifup wifi; /sbin/wifi

Replace

aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff
with the MAC address of the router you would like to connect via WDS. On WRT54G_1 set MAC of WRT54G_2 and on WRT54G_2 set MAC of WRT54G_1.

If the other router is running OpenWrt too you can get the MAC address from output of:

iwconfig eth1

/!\ IMPORTANT: Use the correct network interface name for your hardware.

See configuration for details.

How do I disable ESSID broadcast?

This can be done easily with

nvram set wl0_closed=1
/sbin/wifi

To keep the settings over a reboot run:

nvram commit

Can I adjust the transmit power?

Yes, but cranking the power to the maximum won't help you any. You might transmit farther but the noise level will be higher (and will probably bleed into the neighbouring channels; that looks like this then) and your recieve sensitivity won't be improved any, limiting your distance. If you want better range go buy better antennas.

How do I see which computers are connected and at what signal strength?

My awk scripting is terrible, but I hacked together a simple script to see who is connected to my network and at what signal strength. This is useful for finding the optimal antenna orientation, too. The response is in dBm's and a less negative number is better. Put this script in /bin, for example. Notice however that it requires the non free package wl which must be installed with ipkg with

ipkg install wl

I called the script scan.sh. Make sure to

chmod ug+x /bin/scan.sh

to make it executable. scan.sh

#!/bin/sh
for MAC in `wl assoclist | cut -d ' ' -f 2` ; do
  echo -n 'Computer: ';
  echo -n `cat /tmp/dhcp.leases | awk '{x=toupper($0); print x}' | grep $MAC | cut -d ' ' -f 4`;
  echo -n ' IP: ';
  echo -n `cat /tmp/dhcp.leases | awk '{x=toupper($0); print x}' | grep $MAC | cut -d ' ' -f 3`;
  echo -n ' Signal Strength: ' ;
  echo -n `wl rssi $MAC | cut -d ' ' -f 3`;
  echo ' dBm'
done

I invite someone to clean this script up. Only tested on White Russian pre-release 6.

A somewhat cleaned up version of scan.sh with added DHCP lease expiration info:

#!/bin/sh
for MAC in `wl assoclist | awk '{print $2}'`
 do
  echo -n "Computer: `grep -i ${MAC} /tmp/dhcp.leases | awk '{print $4}'`";
  echo -n " IP: `grep -i ${MAC} /tmp/dhcp.leases | awk '{print $3}'`";
  echo -n " Expires: `grep -i ${MAC} /tmp/dhcp.leases | awk '{print $1}' | awk '{print strftime("%x %X",$1)}'`" ;
  echo -n " Signal Strength: `wl rssi $MAC | awk '{print $3}'` dBm" ;
  echo " "
 done

What is the difference between wl0_* and wl_* variables?

Use the

wl0_*
variables. The
wl_*
variables are obsolete and unused.

How do I configure PPPoE for Internet access?

That's easy. Just set some NVRAM variables and plug your DSL modem into the WAN port.

/!\ IMPORTANT: Use the correct network interface name for your hardware version in the

pppoe_ifname
and
wan_device
NVRAM variables.

nvram set wan_ifname=ppp0
nvram set wan_proto=pppoe
nvram set ppp_idletime=10
nvram set ppp_mtu=1492 # The MTU of your ISP
nvram set ppp_passwd=
nvram set ppp_redialperiod=15
nvram set ppp_username=
nvram set pppoe_ifname=
nvram set wan_device=
nvram commit

/!\ IMPORTANT: If your provider only accepts CHAP authentication, you will also need to add the username and password to

/etc/ppp/chap-secrets
. If your password is empty, use two double-quotes "".
#USERNAME  PROVIDER  PASSWORD  IPADDRESS
  ""    *

When done bring up the WAN connection with:

ifup wan

See configuration for details.

How do I configure DHCP for internet access?

By default OpenWrt will listen on the WAN interface for a another DHCP server in your LAN. Use this kind of internet access f.e. if you have a cable modem.

When you have configured PPPoE before than set the following NVRAM variables to activate DHCP on the WAN interface.

nvram set wan_ifname=
nvram set wan_proto=dhcp
nvram commit

/!\ IMPORTANT: Use the correct network interface name for your hardware.

When done bring up the WAN connection with:

ifup wan

How do I configure PPTP for internet access?

Install the

pptp
package via

ipkg install pptp

TIP: If you have no Internet connection for installing the package, you can flash the PPTP optimized images (with preinstalled PPTP packages instead of PPPoE packages) from his download directory.

/!\ IMPORTANT: Use the correct network interface name for your hardware version in the

pptp_ifname
NVRAM variable (for nvram-based config) and uci option device (for uci-based config). If your provider uses round-robin dns records for VPN server you may want to hardcode the IP address for the server since the pptp.sh is unable to add routes for all VPN server IP addresses for now.

For Kamikaze 8.09 edit /etc/config/network

option interface wan
  option proto pptp
  option ipproto dhcp
  option device eth0.1
  option username "username"
  option password "secret"
  option server "10.0.0.0"
  option persist 1

You will need to edit /lib/network/pptp.sh and fix the typo there:

 setup_interface_pptp() {
  local config="$2"
  local ifname

   config_get device "$config" device
   config_get ipproto "$config" ipproto
-  config_get server "$cfg" server
+  config_get server "$config" server

For older releases: Set the following NVRAM variables.

nvram set wan_proto=pptp
nvram set wan_ifname=ppp0
nvram set pptp_ifname=
nvram set pptp_proto=static
nvram set pptp_server_ip=
nvram set ppp_username=
nvram set ppp_passwd=
nvram set ppp_redialperiod=30
nvram set ppp_idletime=5
nvram set ppp_mtu=1492 # The MTU of your ISP
nvram set wan_ipaddr=
nvram set wan_netmask=255.255.255.0
nvram commit

Then bring up your WAN interface where your modem is connected to via:

ifup wan

If that does not work, the ip address assigned to the underlaying ethernet connection might be unable to reach the pptp server directly. You can check that easily with

route -n

If adding the needed route for the pptp server fixes your problem, you can use the following dirty trick to automatize it, in /usr/share/udhcpc/default.script add to the bound case:

if [ "$interface" = "vlan1" ]
then
   route add -host 10.0.0.138 gw $(echo $ip | sed 's/[0-9]*\.[0-9]*$/0.1/')
fi

This route command BTW is the one needed for the austrian ISP http://inode.at.

For more information see the vpn.pptp.client.

iptables -F locks you out of telnet/ssh

The default policy on the filter table is DROP.

If you want to experiment with iptables while logged in via telnet/ssh, run the following iptables commands:

iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT
iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT
iptables -P FORWARD ACCEPT

MacBook Pro keeps dropping signal even when near AP

A "sudo dmesg" on the MacBook reveals:

ATHR: beacon miss causing loss of connection

Adjust the beacon interval so it is smaller (default is 100):

wl bi 50

Make it permanent:

nvram set wl0_bcn=50
nvram commit

Note that this does not completely fix the problem, it only helps mitigate the impact. It has been shown to be a bug in OS X 10.4.8 and earlier.

Development

See also the OpenWrt development center website. There you can browse the source code and send reproducible bugs with the ticket system (in trac).

Requirements for compiling OpenWrt

If you are not used to a Linux development environment or not sure how to set it up correctly, then first check out the Setup Build Environment HowTo.

For compiling OpenWrt (from SVN or from the tarball, both the White Russian stable release) you need at least a recent GNU/Linux distribution and the following programs installed:

gcc, g++, binutils, patch, bzip2, flex, bison, make, gettext, unzip, ncurses (libncurses-dev), libz-dev and
libc headers -- additional package dependencies: madwifi: uudecode(sharutils), privoxy: autoconf pkg-config automake

When you get error messages related to libnvram, upgrade

make
to version 3.80. If that is not working as expected patch
make
3.80 with the Debian make patches.

Approximately required disc space for compiling OpenWrt:

Branch Min. Max.
Stable Source 1.5 GB 3.5 GB
Development ? 3.8 GB

Compiling also tested on Windows pc under AndLinux (coLinux + Ubuntu)

How do I create/compile/build OpenWRT myself?

Check out the Building Kamikaze HowTo.

Where is the subversion (SVN) repository ?

Stable Source

The stable source code can be found in the above directory or from our SVN repository. This is not recommended for beginners; we will not troubleshoot failed compiles.

svn co https://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/branches/whiterussian/openwrt/

Browse the stable source SVN branch.

Development

/!\ WARNING: Please never use any development image (release images are safe) of Kamikaze, if you have no access to serial console. The chance to brick your router with the development version is very high.

Development take place in SVN. You get the source via:

svn co https://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/

Browse the development SVN branch.

/!\ NOTE: Development has temporarily moved to the buildroot-ng branch… for development information, check: https://dev.openwrt.org .

Should I report bugs releated to the buildroot system

Yes. If you find any bugs, please use our ticket system or send a report to openwrt-devel@openwrt.org . You can send patches for the bugs as well.

/!\ NOTE: Changes to the buildroot system or the associated

Makefiles
could break the compile process. Please do not submit bug reports against modified copies of buildroot. Thanks.

Where is the buildroot documentation?

How do I create a package?

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