I have been out for a long while, and now I would like to resume my
libremeshing. I don't remember many things, and I see the website did
not change much.
Is 17.06 still the recommended version?
I remember when you wanted to precook binaries for your own network
there was this chef thing you could use. Is that thing still available?
I don't remember where it was.
I'd be happy if you could give me some updates on versions,
methodologies and URLs.
I am pleased to announce that firmware version 1.2 for the LibreRouter
(and some other devices) was released! This release is a cocktail of
multiple fixes and new features.
More details here: https://foro.librerouter.org/t/librerouteros-1-2
Good afternoon people!
TLDR: on lime 17.x there was a Luci web interface (at thisnode.info)
with a lot of configurations, and an option to upgrade the router's
firmware. What happened to that in version 18.06?
I have now two routers to test: a TP-Link TL-WR842ND and a Linksys
E2000, both with version 18.06.
The TP-Link router works great! but in the Linksys I have no wifi...
(now trying to see why)
While trying to test a "vanilla" OpenWRT .bin on the Linksys, I realized
that the web interface for updating the firmware (among other things)
that was present in some 17.x relase was no longer there, instead
replaced by another web app. Is that correct?
Also, do you know where I can look to know why the router has no wifi?
(I can connect to it via ethernet). Also, I will need to make something
specific so that the two routers can build a mesh? (I'm following the
instructions on the section "Compiling LibreMesh from source code")
Thanks to you all for the great work!
The simple fact of sending a mail to you It's a pleasure for me haha, I
greatly admire this project :)
Kind regards, Pedro.
As we would like to migrate from github to gitlab it is best for the
migration that every developer have an account at gitlab.com and also that it is
linked with your github account. This way issues, pull requests and
commits are properly linked with your user.
To do that while logged to gitlab.com go to https://gitlab.com/profile/account and
then "connect with github".