abuse at basmevissen.nl
Wed Apr 7 11:16:50 BST 2021
On 4/7/21 12:29 AM, Hauke Mehrtens wrote:
> How do we want to go forward with OpenWrt 21.02-rc1?
> * I think the base system is ok.
> * The http (original wolfssl) problem reported by jow is fixed
> * LuCI in the 21.02 branch still misses DSA support, this was merged
> into master some time ago as far as I understood.
> Jow reported this end of March:
> > I found some serious regressions in the luci device config support.
> > not sure yet how long it'll take to sort out. The netifd uci config
> > grew so complex that it'll take a while to try all cases
> > * changing interface settings after previously enabling certain
> > options results in a brick
> > * wireless networks with custom ifnames are improperly bridged
> > * option ipv6 for ppp based protocols is broken because it clashes
> > with option ipv6 in device sections
> I would like to merge this update of iproute2 if Russel is fine with it,
> but I do not see this blocking 21.02-rc1:
> If there are some other bugs in the 21.02 branch which are fixed in
> master, we can backport the fixed as long as they are not so big. If
> there is something missing, just ask on the mainling list.
> In would like to get 21.02-rc1 soon, so more users start testing it and
> we get more bug reports.
> How should we continue?
> 1. Tag 21.02-rc1 and do the release in the next days with the current
> 2. Merge the LuCI DSA changes from master to 21.02 branch now and do
> 21.02-rc1 ~3 days to see if some big problems come up.
Will Wifi 6 support be added to the interface? We have some support for
a couple of AX routers, so it would be nice if they can work without
manually tweaking things.
The underlying structure seems to support it already:
> 3. Wait till the problems reported by jow are fixed and do the 21.02-rc1
> 4. Wait an other 2 weeks and see how it looks them.
> I would prefer if we merge the LuCI DSA changes from master to 21.02
> branch now and do 21.02-rc1 soon. We should list the problems as known
> It would be nice if someone else could also look into these problems and
> propose fixes.
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