On 09/22/2016 08:26 PM, Florian Fainelli wrote:
On 09/22/2016 02:38 PM, Alexander Duff wrote:

The quick version: a repository (boot-wrapper-aarch64.git) required for
the default build of arm64 OpenWrt targets (default configuration) on
the latest version of trunk seems to have disappeared from the Internet,
and I'm unsure who to notify or how to proceed.  Furthermore, I can't
seem to find anyone else reporting this issue or even talking about it
and I can't understand why this isn't being reported anywhere, making me
paranoid that I somehow messed up (which has been known to happen) or
missed some announcement.
How about we use this copy:


or this one:


or even better, create a profile for the Foundation v8 simulator, for
which this boot wrapper is necessary, if you are using qemu, there is no
need for that.
Yes, incidentally, my intention was to run this under qemu, anyway.

Yesterday, a friend of mine found the second one while sanity checking that the original really was unavailable. Notably, it was created three days ago, probably due to the original being unavailable. I was reticent to just replace the original one for various reasons, but after asking this, I changed line 15 in ~/openwrt/target/linux/arm64/image/boot-wrapper/Makefile from:




I did a build and it succeeded. I don't know if the original is gone for good or if this is the official new home for this repository, but would it be worth patching that Makefile to use the (currently) working repository?

My problem's solved locally, but I don't know how big of an issue this is for others.

Thanks for the reply,

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