[OpenWrt-Devel] [RFC] [PATCH] iw: Fix rootfs opkg with PER_DEVICE_ROOTFS and iw

2019-01-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
From: "Daniel F. Dickinson" With PER_DEVICE_ROOTFS on ath79 and brcm2708 package/install step fails because it cannot satisfy the dependency on iw. The quick solution (this patch) is to add DEFAULT:=y if cfg80211 to Package/iw. A better solution would be to defer installation to imagebuilder,

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] openwrt/packages: [RFC] Proposed flattening of menuconfig menus

2018-08-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 2018-08-13 01:51 AM, Eric Luehrsen wrote: > On 08/13/2018 01:29 AM, Daniel F. Dickinson wrote: >> Posting on list as I think the discussion should include as folks as >> possible in the discussion. >> >> https://github.com/openwrt/packages/issues/6745 >> >>> Especially when getting started with

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] ca-certificates: ca-bundle: add symlink for openssl default setting

2018-07-07 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 2018-07-05 06:51 AM, Yousong Zhou wrote: OpenSSL defaults X509_CERT_FILE to /etc/ssl/cert.pem. This change is needed for wget-ssl and possibly others to work seamlessly with fresh ca-bundle installation Out of curiosity will this eliminate the need for installing both ca-bundle and

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Moving the mailing lists

2018-05-27 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 2018-05-27 06:11 AM, Alberto Bursi wrote: On 27/05/2018 03:56, Daniel F. Dickinson wrote: On 2018-05-26 05:17 AM, Bjørn Mork wrote: "Daniel F. Dickinson" writes: 1) How many people have their own mail server and can do *server-side* mail filtering You do not

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [LEDE-DEV] Talks between OpenWrt and LEDE

2017-01-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Wed, 21 Dec 2016 13:06:22 -0500 "Hauke Mehrtens" wrote: > We had multiple meetings to find a solution to solve the problems > between the OpenWrt and the LEDE project and to discuss a possible > merge. Everyone with commit access to LEDE and all OpenWrt core > developers

[OpenWrt-Devel] Apologies; reimplementing delay

2016-10-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, Sorry for my last couple of messages, I'm re-implementing my delay mechanism so that I don't mess things up again; I do want to help both OpenWrt and LEDE, not create another bad situation; maybe in a week or few the things I'm dealing with will be sorted enough to remove that. At this

[OpenWrt-Devel] Actual community change and additional developers compared to OpenWrt

2016-10-23 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, Several months after the split it looks like things have pretty much ended up where they were before the split. It's starting to look like the talk of encouraging new blood, and being more open and transparent was more talk than real intention. As much as I've gotten busy with personal

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [openwrt/packages] mail/postfix: Use more FHS compliant /srv for data (#3059)

2016-08-15 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Sun, 2016-08-14 at 11:39 -0700, Michael Heimpold wrote: > Hi, > could you please elaborate, why do you think that /srv is a more FHS- > compliant choice? I agree, that /usr is really the wrong place to put > data there, but according to my understanding of the FHS, /srv is not > even better,

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Response to LEDE proposal/queries/mail?

2016-06-08 Thread Daniel Dickinson
ution 3.10.4-0ubuntu2 Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit On Tue, 2016-06-07 at 14:42 +0200, Zoltan HERPAI wrote: > Daniel Dickinson wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I had a few emails on this topic I thought better of sending, but I'm > > sure I'm not the only

[OpenWrt-Devel] Response to LEDE proposal/queries/mail?

2016-06-07 Thread Daniel Dickinson
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Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [OT] Implemented: not an ML erase button but at least a rethink switch

2016-05-26 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Thu, 2016-05-26 at 11:29 +0200, Jo-Philipp Wich wrote: > Hi Daniel, > > hope you're doing well nowadays. > > I sincerely appreciate your participation in the discussions surrounding > the whole OpenWrt/LEDE topic especially since it helps giving another, > outside perspective to the entire

[OpenWrt-Devel] I've come round to your way of thinking

2016-05-25 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Sorry sent from the wrong email address, not sure where it it actually got posted and where not. Hi Oswald, I'm sorry I suggested you were an unrealistic idealogue, and for questioning your credentials; while I haven't verified them I'm sure you do have more experience than I gave you credit

[OpenWrt-Devel] Transparency and discussion of merge openwrt and lede

2016-05-25 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, Might I humbly submit that given the different timezone and the fact that LEDE claims to be wanting to be transparent, and that remaining OpenWrt claims to be willing to accept such policies, that Jow's suggestion of doing the discussion openly on the openwrt-devel and lede-dev mailings lists

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 21:19 -0400, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > > > Let's just save such non-sense sense of culture and expectation > > > discussion in another place. > > Perhaps the issue is the notion of a monolithic culture - that is *not* > what meant. There a

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 20:57 -0400, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On Wed, 2016-05-25 at 08:45 +0800, Yousong Zhou wrote: > > > > > > To a certain extent you yourself acknowledge individual opinion (with > > > you over a beer comment), but you seem to think that s

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Wed, 2016-05-25 at 08:45 +0800, Yousong Zhou wrote: > > > > To a certain extent you yourself acknowledge individual opinion (with > > you over a beer comment), but you seem to think that such a view of > > individual opinions are not as valid in the public domain, whereas our > > expectation

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 23:57 +0200, Zoltan HERPAI wrote: [snip] > Hi, > >> I would like to see a reunion of LEDE and OpenWrt, so do any of the non > >> LEDE but OpenWrt core devs have any problems with the LEDE rules and so on? > >> > > This is my personal opinion and this was not somehow

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 18:18 -0400, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 23:57 +0200, Zoltan HERPAI wrote: > [snip] > > Hi, > > >> I would like to see a reunion of LEDE and OpenWrt, so do any of the non > > >> LEDE but OpenWrt core devs have any

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWrt / LEDE

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Wed, 2016-05-25 at 00:23 +0300, Roman Yeryomin wrote: [snip] > > I do not plan to contribute much to OpenWrt any more and I do not know > > if I can commit anything any more, at least it looks like I was kicked > > from the openwrt-hackers mailing list without informing me. > > I believe

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PROPOSAL] move OpenWrt codebase to Git and GitHub

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 16:20 -0400, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 16:46 +0200, Jo-Philipp Wich wrote: > > Hi Luka, > > > > this is fantastic news! > > > > I'd be very interested in your future progress on the CI front. > > > Let'

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PROPOSAL] move OpenWrt codebase to Git and GitHub

2016-05-24 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On Tue, 2016-05-24 at 16:46 +0200, Jo-Philipp Wich wrote: > Hi Luka, > > this is fantastic news! > > I'd be very interested in your future progress on the CI front. > Let's just not make the mistake other projects make and turn CI into a an excuse to not have proper releases and a

[OpenWrt-Devel] Why does multiple instance dnsmasq work with jails but not without?

2016-05-18 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, I had a patch that I submitted to the openwrt list sometime back that launched multiple instances of dnsmasq, so long as the instances were either tied to specific, non-overlapping, interfaces, or used different dns port, but at least in the case of different interfaces it only worked (to

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [LEDE-DEV] Failed to execute /usr/libexec/login.sh

2016-05-12 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-11 06:08 PM, Alexey Brodkin wrote: > Hi Daniel, > > > breaks something for my boards (in particular arc770-based boards). > I'm unable to activate console now. That's what I'm getting > every time I press ENTER: > ->8- > Failed to

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [LEDE-DEV] Failed to execute /usr/libexec/login.sh

2016-05-12 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-11 06:08 PM, Alexey Brodkin wrote: > Hi Daniel, > > Looks like one recent commit: [snip] > > breaks something for my boards (in particular arc770-based boards). > I'm unable to activate console now. That's what I'm getting > every time I press ENTER: >

[OpenWrt-Devel] Guest who is using openwrt (was Fwd: Build failed in Jenkins: PandoraBoxFireware » PandoraBox_Build_Beta » MT7628,Linux #14)

2016-05-06 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi List, For your amusement. Anyone want to PandoraBox is using OpenWrt ;-) (That is I have no affilation with PandoraBox; their CI screwed up). Regards, Daniel Forwarded Message Subject: Build failed in Jenkins: PandoraBoxFireware » PandoraBox_Build_Beta » MT7628,Linux

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-06 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-06 07:53 AM, Imre Kaloz wrote: > On Thu, 05 May 2016 18:24:09 +0200, Daniel Dickinson > <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: > >> On 16-05-05 12:21 PM, Jonathan Bennett wrote: >> [snip] >>> > The changes that the Lede guys are suggesting would

[OpenWrt-Devel] Apology (was Re: Introducing the LEDE project)

2016-05-06 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi Imre, I'm doing this a lot lately. I'm sorry for publicly making guesses, stating impressions that were not fair to you. I do not know what the truth is and trying divine the information with the little information I have doesn't work, and is not fair. Sorry. Regards, Daniel

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Scrap that, David makes sense (was Re: A request for more clarity on the fork)

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
d guessing my guesses, and really it shouldn't be a guessing game, particularly since both sides claim to be interested in transparency and the best interests of the community. C'mon, can we have more than political statements, please? On 16-05-05 11:42 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > I think David L

[OpenWrt-Devel] Scrap that, David makes sense (was Re: A request for more clarity on the fork)

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
I think David Lang makes a lot of sense; it took years to reach this point, better to carry on independently, but working together as much as can be managed, and let time both settle the dust and demonstrate which ideas really pan out. Add to this that with years of toxic arguments (as

[OpenWrt-Devel] A request for more clarity on the fork

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, I know other community members of complained about the lack of information about the reasons for the fork (they and I don't think LEDE's official announcement really provides enough information to really understand the situation) and I especially do badly in a vacuum - I tend to strain to

[OpenWrt-Devel] Calmer heads than mine...

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, Sorry for sounding off so much yet again. I've been trying to interpret events with a severe lack of information and have unfavourable guesses and impressions that may or may not be accurate. I do know that some of the developers have a history of not getting along, and that has hurt

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 03:22 PM, mbm wrote: > On 5/5/2016 7:40 AM, Felix Fietkau wrote: >> Many of the changes that we previously tried to introduce were often >> squashed by internal disagreements. Resulting discussions often turned >> toxic quickly and led to nothing being done to address the issues. >>

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Might I submit that my impression is that Kaloz (at least) holds infrastructure hostage to maintain control, and that the fundamental problem here is that OpenWrt is *not* democratic and ignores what people who were ones visibly working on openwrt want and overrides their wishes because he/they

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 01:49 PM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: > On 5 May 2016 at 20:09, Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >> On 16-05-05 12:59 PM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: >>> On 5 May 2016 at 19:29, Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> >>> w

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 12:59 PM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: > On 5 May 2016 at 19:29, Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >> On 16-05-05 12:24 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: >>> On 16-05-05 12:21 PM, Jonathan Bennett wrote: >>> [snip] [snip] >> When I say

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 12:24 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On 16-05-05 12:21 PM, Jonathan Bennett wrote: > [snip] >> > The changes that the Lede guys are suggesting would be welcome, but >> > splitting the project and community with an ugly fork is very much not >> &

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 12:21 PM, Jonathan Bennett wrote: [snip] > > The changes that the Lede guys are suggesting would be welcome, but > > splitting the project and community with an ugly fork is very much not > > welcome. > > Let's just say that there are strong personalities who haven't

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 11:38 AM, Jonathan Bennett wrote: > There is plenty of blame to go around, I think. Seems like the Lede > guys should have had the decency to at least inform the Openwrt > leadership privately that they were planning this venture. The surprise The problem is that LEDE is pretty much

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
t; --John > > > On 5/5/16 11:04 AM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: >> On 5 May 2016 at 17:43, Daniel Dickinson >> <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >>> On 16-05-05 05:34 AM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: >>>> On 5 May 2016 at 06:48, Daniel Dickinson >>&g

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-05 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-05 05:34 AM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: > On 5 May 2016 at 06:48, Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >> On 16-05-04 04:01 PM, mbm wrote: >>> Dear OpenWrt community, >>> [snip] > > One simple question: > If LEDE team members are t

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 04:01 PM, mbm wrote: > Dear OpenWrt community, > > spin off the OpenWrt project in the first place as a way to fix the > project and its community. Also, the phrases such as a "reboot" are both > vague and misleading and the LEDE project failed to identify its true > nature. The LEDE

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 07:59 PM, Fernando Frediani wrote: > Just curious to know by the names that signed the announcement of the > new project being know OpenWrt Developers why weren't there enough votes > inside OpenWrt to do this reboot and reorganize it completely under the > LEDE Project ideas ? I

[OpenWrt-Devel] Getting in touch with Felix

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, How does one get in touch with Felix these days? n...@openwrt.org bounces for me. Regards, Daniel ___ openwrt-devel mailing list openwrt-devel@lists.openwrt.org https://lists.openwrt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openwrt-devel

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 07:21 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On 16-05-04 07:01 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: >> On 16-05-04 06:52 PM, Karl Palsson wrote: >>> >>> Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: > It also seems to me (as an outsider) that those who d

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 07:32 PM, Kathy Giori wrote: > > Daniel I fully concur that industry "give back" is severely lacking. > It seems to me that the bigger the company, the less likely they are > to give back. One of the goals of the prpl Foundation was to help big > industry members to better "see" that

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 07:01 PM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: > On 16-05-04 06:52 PM, Karl Palsson wrote: >> >> Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >>> >>> Silly question, but can you outline some specific examples of >>> contributions that an

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 06:52 PM, Karl Palsson wrote: > > Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: >> >> Silly question, but can you outline some specific examples of >> contributions that an outsider like me has somehow missed as >> being as concrete exa

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Introducing the LEDE project

2016-05-04 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-05-04 12:25 PM, Kathy Giori wrote: > Also wearing my hat within the prpl Foundation, which is funded by > industry sponsorships that in turn provides financial support for > OpenWrt, no one I have spoken to in prpl understands the reason for > this spin-off either. It'll cause more confusion

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH/RFC] dnsmasq: run as dedicated UID/GID

2016-04-25 Thread Daniel Dickinson
> > please us an id between 0-999. ideally check what debian uses. > For most system services, with a very small number exceptions, debian auto-assigns id < 500(?), and which service gets id depends on order of package installation (which can be hassle with when trying to do network

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] opkg upgrade all

2016-03-30 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 16-03-30 02:48 AM, Michal Hrusecky wrote: Yep, I understand all those. My question was whether upgrade all is disabled just because of this ideological stuff and in hope that users wouldn't find and try one of the posts I linked or whether there is anything really broken. It's *not*

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] The old days are gone; OpenWrt is a product now

2016-03-29 Thread Daniel Dickinson
rting to come back from hiatus and have things be so different from what I recall. Regards, Daniel On Mar 29, 2016, at 1:10 PM, Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: Hi all, I realized what part of my frustration (aside from medically causes reasons for over

[OpenWrt-Devel] The old days are gone; OpenWrt is a product now

2016-03-29 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, I realized what part of my frustration (aside from medically causes reasons for oversensitivity) is that what I wanted from OpenWrt is not what OpenWrt is anymore. I was looking for the old days of GNU/Linux when most everyone was playing and sharing the results of playing to

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] A quick note

2016-02-23 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 23/02/16 02:31 AM, John Crispin wrote: On 23/02/2016 08:23, Daniel Dickinson wrote: I am reprioritizing my project queue and as my attempts at openwrt contributions get either curt/rude (sorry John, I know you complain about my wordiness, but for the majority of world who aren't robots

[OpenWrt-Devel] A quick note

2016-02-22 Thread Daniel Dickinson
I am reprioritizing my project queue and as my attempts at openwrt contributions get either curt/rude (sorry John, I know you complain about my wordiness, but for the majority of world who aren't robots *excessive* brevity comes across as rude and maybe even hostile, which is why openwrt has

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [EXPERIMENTAL] [PATCH] base-files busybox: Detect LXC guest and act appropriately

2016-02-15 Thread Daniel Dickinson
specific hooks sprayed over a pile a scripts is the wrong approach, so NAK on this one. John On 16/02/2016 08:03, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> I have a patch that it will be some time before I personally will have som

[OpenWrt-Devel] Dropping drop ifconfig/route patches

2016-02-15 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, As I still don't have working patchwork and the patchwork admin hasn't gotten back to me on the issue, could you drop the patches from patchwork for removing using of ifconfig/route in favour of ip. I looked at the actual size of ifconfig/route (<5k) and concluded that for the amount of

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] vnstatd and collectd inconsistency with vlan interfaces

2016-02-15 Thread Daniel Dickinson
was expecting on differentiated vlans. Regards, Daniel On 14/02/16 01:44 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Hi all, I discovered through that despite over 23 GB of upload in past 24 hours that neither vnstat nor collectd are reporting even close to that amount traffic on the lan side. I didn't have wan

[OpenWrt-Devel] vnstatd and collectd inconsistency with vlan interfaces

2016-02-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, I discovered through that despite over 23 GB of upload in past 24 hours that neither vnstat nor collectd are reporting even close to that amount traffic on the lan side. I didn't have wan reporting statistics on vnstat, so that side of things is missing, but the lan traffic for the

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 2/3] packaget/network/services/openvpn: Drop ifconfig/route in favour of ip

2016-02-08 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 01/02/16 02:57 AM, Gert Doering wrote: Hi, On Sun, Jan 31, 2016 at 03:49:58PM -0800, Daniel Dickinson wrote: On 21/01/16 02:31 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-20 20:22, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> NB: Only compile

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 2/3] packaget/network/services/openvpn: Drop ifconfig/route in favour of ip

2016-01-31 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 21/01/16 02:31 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-20 20:22, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> NB: Only compile tested. Based on live testing it appears that openvpn upstream does not work properly at least with the busy

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] package/config/netifd: Replace ifconfig/route with ip command

2016-01-29 Thread Daniel Dickinson
...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> v3: Drop comment thanking user who gave mask2cidr at their request : Fix echo had correct CIDR but actual command did not : Fix style issue : Use full -family in ip command line instead of -f v2: Also

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] DD: CONFIG_BUSYBOX_DEFAULT_WGET is not set

2016-01-29 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Sorry, I've been out of the country and not had a chance to get to this. I had planned to do that for the packages you previously requested changes for that I had proposed a unified symlink handling solution to deal with what is rather a mess at the moment, but have been obviously rather busy

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 3/3] package/network/config/qos-scripts: Drop ifconfig and use ip command instead

2016-01-21 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 21/01/16 05:28 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-20 20:22, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> This is the final package in base that depends on ifconfig, so remove the the dependency on ifconfig and replace ifconfig command w

[OpenWrt-Devel] netifd question

2016-01-21 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi Felix (or anyone else who knows netifd) For a netifd protocol is there way to tell netifd to *not* automatically try to restart the connection? I'm asking for the case of VPN where if the password it wrong (e.g. due to an stoken that expires before the connection completes), too many

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 3/3] package/network/config/qos-scripts: Drop ifconfig and use ip command instead

2016-01-21 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi Felix, On 21/01/16 05:28 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: done append ${prefix}q "$(tcrules)" "$N" - export dev_${dir}="ifconfig $dev up txqueuelen 5 >&- 2>&- + export dev_${dir}="ip link set $dev up txqueuelen 5 >&- 2>&- This doesn't

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] package/config/netifd: Replace ifconfig/route with ip command

2016-01-20 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 20/01/16 04:24 AM, Bastian Bittorf wrote: * Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> [20.01.2016 10:18]: + local prefix="$( + eval "$(ipcalc.sh 0.0.0.0 ${subnet:-255.255.255.0})" + echo -n $PREFIX dont use '-n' Why not?

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] package/config/netifd: Replace ifconfig/route with ip command

2016-01-20 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 20/01/16 02:10 AM, Bastian Bittorf wrote: * open...@daniel.thecshore.com [20.01.2016 07:21]: @@ -5,30 +5,34 @@ set_classless_routes() { local max=128 local type thanks for that, i have it also on my todo-list. please remove also the 'local

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] package/config/netifd: Replace ifconfig/route with ip command

2016-01-20 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 20/01/16 04:24 AM, Bastian Bittorf wrote: please dont double-fallback. It's ok to have it once default to '255.255.255.0', so just use $prefix The second fallback is in case the interpolation fails. ok, i will not discuss this and accept. On second thought I don't like relying on

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] John, no permission to change patches even own

2016-01-19 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 19/01/16 02:22 AM, Etienne Champetier wrote: Hi You should respond to the original mail and not create a new thread each time Sorry, didn't have it handy to reply to. > > Hi John, > > Contrary to what you believed it is not possible for the ordinary users (of which I am one at the

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 01/13] build metadata: Allow to build a subset of profiles in a single build

2016-01-19 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 19/01/16 05:04 AM, Felix Fietkau wrote: [snip] [legacy UBI_OPTS targets] Please don't add extra abstractions to this code. The $(PROFILE)_UBI_OPTS stuff is legacy crap and any target still using it should just stay that way and not get multi-profile selection until it is converted to the

[OpenWrt-Devel] John, no permission to change patches even own

2016-01-18 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi John, Contrary to what you believed it is not possible for the ordinary users (of which I am one at the moment) to modify their own patches, so I can't discard, archive, or otherwise do anything to patches even my own. Regards, Daniel ___

[OpenWrt-Devel] Unintended consequence of building all profiles for a target

2016-01-17 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, I have noticed an unintended consequence of building all profiles for a single target at once: All profiles get all packages marked as 'y' as a consquence of dependencies of *any* profile being built. This is true even before the code I'm doing to build multiple profiles and is a

[OpenWrt-Devel] ping: patchwork registration/access issue

2016-01-17 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, Just to ping again on registration problem with patchwork. I had created an account which was supposed to send a confirmation email, however the confirmation email never got sent (and is *not* in spam folder), and I cannot request new confirmation, nor is there a 'I forgot my password'

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] brcm47xx: Mark broken; no working images

2016-01-14 Thread Daniel Dickinson
upgraded to 8MB Flash and 64MB RAM... Regards, Arnd On 01/14/2016 04:31 PM, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> To my knowledge there are no working images, nor a way to get them, even using maximum stripping and dropping of packages,

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] brcm47xx: Mark broken; no working images

2016-01-14 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Apparently my tree got trashed and I need to do distclean. Sorry for the noise. Regards, Daniel On 14/01/16 11:25 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Ah, ok, so there likley there are are pobablly not any working *stock* devices. That merits the @BROKEN flag - if you're running modified hardware

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] brcm47xx: Mark broken; no working images

2016-01-14 Thread Daniel Dickinson
. (And I tried cutting *way* back on things that increase image, well below normal OpenWrt). Regards, Daniel On 14/01/16 10:59 AM, Roman Yeryomin wrote: On 14 January 2016 at 17:31, <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> To

[OpenWrt-Devel] Patchwork registration issues

2016-01-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Patchwork failed to send confirmation email to my email address, for the account cshore AND there is not password reset option, nor means to re-request confirmation email AND it won't let me register an already registered email address AND I can't login because the account is 'inactive'

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build

2016-01-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
builds more than single image). Any clarity on this? Regards, Daniel On 11/01/16 08:35 AM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-11 06:16, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> Certain platforms have large numbers of possible images, and

[OpenWrt-Devel] Can drop LXC tar.gz patch from patchwork

2016-01-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
As per Felix's suggestion I have implemented a detection of 'in lxc' logic and modified base-files and busybox sysntpd script to use that check to avoid actions inappropriate for an LXC guest, and to act normally otherwise. The patch still needs to be tested as an LXC guest, but causes no

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build

2016-01-13 Thread Daniel Dickinson
, Daniel On 13/01/16 12:26 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-13 18:04, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Hi, I'm looking at the 'Default' profiles in architectures and as far as I can tell the only architecture that currently uses Default to mean 'build all profiles for this arch-subtarget'. Is that correct

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hmmm...actually this may be a case of an old non-POSIX conformant shell I once had to work in. Anyway any modern POSIX-compliant shell doesn't have this issue. Regards, Daniel ___ openwrt-devel mailing list openwrt-devel@lists.openwrt.org

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, On 10/01/16 06:42 AM, bittorf wireless )) Bastian Bittorf wrote: + +start() { + if [ -e /dev/rtc ]; then + hwclock -s please use the short form [ -e /dev/rtc ] && ... Per private mail I've learned this is the current codebase standard, so will follow that, but the

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 11/01/16 03:19 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Hi, On 10/01/16 06:42 AM, bittorf wireless )) Bastian Bittorf wrote: + +start() { +if [ -e /dev/rtc ]; then +hwclock -s please use the short form [ -e /dev/rtc ] && ... Per private mail I've learned this is the current codebase

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
ctually). I think it must have been in combination with some other error that I misremembered. I just check both bash and ash (and the docs) and they 'do the right thing'. Regards, Daniel On 11/01/16 03:19 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Hi, On 10/01/16 06:42 AM, bittorf wireless )) Bastian Bitto

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 11/01/16 04:05 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-11 20:27, Eric Schultz wrote: Felix, Would it be unreasonable to have overridable defaults like suggested in metadata.pl? Convention over configuration and all that. I don't understand what you're asking. Could you elaborate? To be

[OpenWrt-Devel] Improving ALL and ALL_KMODS (was Re: [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build)

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi Felix, On 11/01/16 03:28 PM, Felix Fietkau wrote: > This is close to what I had in mind in my earlier response. Yes, it's > ugly, but it's a lot less ugly than taking your approach without dealing > with the issues that I pointed out. Since a bit of ugliness for improved user experience

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 1/2] target/sdk: Do not allow SDK to reconfigure already built packages

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
the compile section is non-trivial due to number of way in which compile sections come into being (i.e. there is no single convenient place to alter the compile target). Regards, Daniel On 11/01/16 05:21 AM, open...@lists.openwrt.org wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH 1/2] target/sdk: Do not allow SDK to reconfigure already built packages

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
the compile section is non-trivial due to number of way in which compile sections come into being (i.e. there is no single convenient place to alter the compile target). Regards, Daniel On 11/01/16 05:21 AM, open...@lists.openwrt.org wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
but it's rather ugly IMO. Regards, Daniel On 11/01/16 08:35 AM, Felix Fietkau wrote: On 2016-01-11 06:16, open...@daniel.thecshore.com wrote: From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> Certain platforms have large numbers of possible images, and it can be desirable to build neit

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] scripts/metadata: Allow to select which profiles to build

2016-01-11 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 11/01/16 08:35 AM, Felix Fietkau wrote: Signed-off-by: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> --- scripts/metadata.pl | 32 +--- 1 file changed, 29 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-) diff --git a/scripts/metadata.pl b/scripts/metadata.pl index 4

[OpenWrt-Devel] Confirmed polarssl patch is unnecessary

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
I have confirmed that the issue that lead to my issuing the patch for polarssl download location is not an OpenWrt issue. That patch can be removed from Patchwork. Regards, Daniel ___ openwrt-devel mailing list openwrt-devel@lists.openwrt.org

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Apologies

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 10/01/16 06:15 PM, Sami Olmari wrote: It might seem smallest of problems, but whitespace problems really causes an problems many times... "half of" stuff rely on correct You're right, and I think the reason I overreacted is that I have been subconsciously frustrated for quite some time by

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi, On 10/01/16 05:10 AM, Gert Doering wrote: Hi, On Sun, Jan 10, 2016 at 04:47:05AM -0500, Daniel Dickinson wrote: I used git send-email so there shouldn't be any whitepspace mangling issues, unless patchwork is to blame. Over at openvpn-devel, we recently discovered that some versions

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 10/01/16 06:11 AM, John Crispin wrote: On 10/01/2016 11:32, Daniel Dickinson wrote: I'm sure this has been discussed to death, but having patchwork be a knob isn't the answer. at which point did patchwork get part of the equation ? I had assumed it was an automatic detection from

[OpenWrt-Devel] never post cranky

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, Sorry again about getting so upset about the whitespace thing. As much as it is irksome, it bothered me far too much. Life would be so much easier if I knew how to not give a damn, but then I probably wouldn't care about contributing to open source (or anything else involving more

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
e +%s)" + lo >From efb8db6baf65dd347bac00d5370f7df41b1f152f Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Daniel Dickinson <open...@daniel.thecshore.com> Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 17:40:07 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available On systems that

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
than changing a bazillion editor to suite git (hint: ain't gonna happen). I'm sure this has been discussed to death, but having patchwork be a knob isn't the answer. Regards, Daniel On 10/01/16 05:20 AM, Daniel Dickinson wrote: Hi, On 10/01/16 05:10 AM, Gert Doering wrote: Hi, On Sun

[OpenWrt-Devel] Apologies

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
Hi all, especially John, Sorry for all the mail about whitespace, it is just very frustrating when things that I don't see the value in, and which I've not had to worry about before, are the cause for rejection. I understand that whitespace inconsistencies are a problem for git, I also

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] [PATCH] base-files: For sysfixtime use hwclock if RTC available

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 10/01/16 06:30 AM, Hartmut Knaack wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 Daniel Dickinson schrieb am 10.01.2016 um 11:32: And yes you could make a regex that detect any sets of 8 spaces before non-whitespace text, but that seems like a lot of effort for no good reason, when

Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Convincing vim on Fedora to highlight 'bad' whitespace

2016-01-10 Thread Daniel Dickinson
On 10/01/16 10:22 AM, Hartmut Knaack wrote: I think such information should go into a wiki article at dev.openwrt.org. Anybody starting development would more likely look there for information than searching through the mailing list (at least that is how I did it). Good point. I tend to

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