[OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ath79: Add support for Ubiquity Bullet M2HP

Lech Perczak lech.perczak at gmail.com
Sun Nov 18 11:21:46 EST 2018

Hi Petr,

Thanks for testing!

W dniu 2018-11-18 o 17:05, Petr Štetiar pisze:
> Lech Perczak <lech.perczak at gmail.com> [2018-11-18 01:29:08]:
> Hi,
>> Actually, I meant building and testing on ar71xx target instead of ath79.
>> But anyway, you might include this little change in your patch,
>> because when I added this support, XW wasn't ported to ath79 yet. Therefore
>> the LED configuration didn't need any alterations, as on ath79 it doesn't
>> specify PWM support.
> I've just pulled your changes into my testing branch so it looks like this now:
>   07b41e3 Merge commit 'refs/pull/1372/head' of https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt into nanostation-m-xw
>   a49e6d0 ar71xx: ubnt-(xm,xw): add rssileds package
>   78c3af2 ar71xx: ubnt-(xm,xw): create RSSI monitor on wlan0
>   bc95553 ath79: ubnt-xw: Add rssileds kernel package
>   ffc74ff WIP: ath79: Add support for Ubiquiti Nanostation M (XW)
>   67a8871 ath79: Add support for Ubiquity Bullet M (XW)
>   dd02a19 ar71xx: fix TP-Link Archer C7 v5 switch LEDs
>   251c350 mt76: update to the latest version
> Then I've built ar71xx image for nano-m-xw, but it seems like this image
> doesn't work out of the box on bullet-m-xw, the green/link4 is on after boot,
> and RSSI LEDs doesn't work as on ath79. Setting timer tigger on the LEDs
> manually works. Don't have time right now to find out what's the problem, any
> idea where should I look at?
> -- ynezz
A dump of /etc/config/system right after first  boot might be useful, as 
well as checking if rssileds package was indeed pulled in via "opkg list 
--installed | grep rssileds" . Maybe .config needs to be refreshed. At 
least on XM it worked for me :)

Lech Perczak
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