[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ath79: add support for GL.iNet GL-AR750S

Tom Psyborg pozega.tomislav at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 09:58:29 EST 2018

>There is nothing about upgrading U-Boot on the device from this e-mail topic.

but there is about upgrading firmware via u-boot and according to the
above linked kresin comment that procedure is unreliable

On 30/12/2018, Mathias Kresin <dev at kresin.me> wrote:
> 30/12/2018 15:15, Tom Psyborg:
>> On 30/12/2018, Piotr Dymacz <pepe2k at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Tom,
>>> On 30.12.2018 15:03, Tom Psyborg wrote:
>>> [...]
>>>>>>> If it's possible to update from the stock firmware via a
>>>>>>> webinterface,
>>>>>>> it's fine. If not, the way via u-boot works as well.
>>>>>>> Mathias
>>>>>> Aren't you embarrassed being such a hypocrite liar?
>>>>> Prove your point or troll somewhere else.
>>>>> Mathias
>>>> No u-boot upgrade, remember?
>>>> https://github.com/lede-project/source/pull/1246#issuecomment-320228337
>>> u-boot upgrade != upgrade via u-boot.
>>> --
>>> Cheers,
>>> Piotr
>> Hi
>> No, there was no misunderstanding. For kresin u-boot upgrade doesn't
>> lead to a working router even if one knows how to READ documentation
>> that explains upgrade via u-boot.
> Are you on a vendetta?
> The install instructions from this patch recommends to do the initial
> OpenWrt installation via bootloader recovery. Nowhere a replacement of
> the preinstalled bootloader is mentioned.
> My linked comment rather proves my point, as I asked to test the
> provided instructions to do the initial OpenWrt installation via
> bootloader commandline instead of using the stock webinterface hack
> (which I asked to add to the wiki instead).

it proves exactly what i replied in this mail to pope2k

> Anyway, thanks for the chat
> Mathias

what chat? i do not use chatrooms, ever

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