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Jeffrey Elms
px5g-wolfssl: Fix certificate signature
Certificate signature algorithm was being set after call to
`wc_MakeCert`, resulting in a mismatch between specified signature in
certificate and the actual signature type.

Signed-off-by: Jeffrey Elms <jeff@wolfssl.com>
[fix commit subject, use COMMITCOUNT]
Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
f52081bcf938...
Adrian Schmutzler
treewide: provide global default for SUPPORTED_DEVICES
The majority of our targets provide a default value for the variable
SUPPORTED_DEVICES, which is used in images to check against the
compatible on a running device:

  SUPPORTED_DEVICES := $(subst _,$(comma),$(1))

At the moment, this is implemented in the Device/Default block of
the individual targets or even subtargets. However, since we
standardized device names and compatible in the recent past, almost
all targets are following the same scheme now:

  device/image name:  vendor_model
  compatible:        vendor,model

The equal redundant definitions are a symptom of this process.

Consequently, this patch moves the definition to image.mk making it
a global default. For the few targets not using the scheme above,
SUPPORTED_DEVICES will be defined to a different value in
Device/Default anyway, overwriting the default. In other words:
This change is supposed to be cosmetic.

This can be used as a global measure to get the current compatible
with: $(firstword $(SUPPORTED_DEVICES))
(Though this is not precisely an achievement of this commit.)

Signed-off-by: Adrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
e779d30f3283...
Florian Eckert
iperf3: remove
This package is not needed in base. It will be imported in the packages
feed.

Signed-off-by: Florian Eckert <fe@dev.tdt.de>
e1bca7c77d80...
Birger Koblitz
realtek: fix RTL8231 gpio expander usage with RTL839X SoC
This fixes the usage of the RTL8231 GPIO extender chip
when used with the RTL839X SoCs. Specifically,
the PHY addresses may be different from 0.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add QoS and rate control
This adds support for identifying QoS information in packets
and use this and rate control information to submit to multiple
egress queues. The ethernet driver is also made to support
2 egress and up to 32 egress queues.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add internal and external SDS/PHYs of RTL9300 devices
This adds support for the internal SerDes of the RTL9300 SoC
and for the RTL8218D and RTL8226B phys found in combination
with this SoC in switches.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add detection of RTL930X SoCs and RTL8313 SoC
This adds support to detect RTL930X based SoCs and the RTL9313 SoC.
Tested on Zyxel XGS1210-10 (RTL9302B SoC) and the
Zyxel XS1930-12 (RTL9313 SoC)

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Bjørn Mork
realtek: use vendor-specific magic for ZyXEL
The stock firmware of the ZyXEL GS1900 series use a non-standard
u-image magic.  This is not enforced by the stock u-boot, which is
why we could boot images with the default magic.  The flash
management application of the stock firmware will however verify
the magic, and refuse any image with another value.

Convert to vendor-specific value to get flash management support
in stock firmware, including the ability to upgrade to OpenWrt
directly from stock web UI.

Signed-off-by: Bjørn Mork <bjorn@mork.no>
b67d086ef33e...
Tony Ambardar
malta: update target configs and fix build warnings
Comment out some conflicting target configs that are set from subtarget
configs, which sometimes lead to kernel compile warnings:

  scripts/kconfig/conf  --syncconfig Kconfig
  net/sched/Kconfig:45: warning: menuconfig statement without prompt
  .config:1038:warning: override: CPU_MIPS32_R2 changes choice state

Signed-off-by: Tony Ambardar <itugrok@yahoo.com>
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Adrian Schmutzler
maccalc: remove package
This is a helpful utility, but it does not have any dependencies
in this repository. Move it to packages feed.

The package does not seem to have a maintainer.

Cc: Jo-Philipp Wich <jo@mein.io>
Cc: Nick Hainke <vincent@systemli.org>
Signed-off-by: Adrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
af20332dec3f...
Tony Ambardar
config: drop CONFIG_KPROBE_EVENT unused since kernel 4.9
The config setting was renamed to CONFIG_KPROBE_EVENTS.

Fixes: 97d3f800a8 ("config: kernel: Add KPROBE_EVENTS config option)
Signed-off-by: Tony Ambardar <itugrok@yahoo.com>
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Paul Spooren
base-files: use $(COMMITCOUNT) in PKG_RELEASE
The newly added `$(COMMITCOUNT)` varialbe allows automatic versioning
based on the number of Git commits of a package. Replace *tedious to
bump* and *merge conflict causing* `PKG_RELEASE` and replace it with
`$(COMMITCOUNT)`.

Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
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Paul Spooren
rules: add AUTORELEASE and COMMITCOUNT variables
The lack of bumped PKG_RELEASE variables is a recurring theme on the
mailing list and in GitHub comments. This costs precious review time,
a rare good within the OpenWrt project.

Instead of relying on a manually set PKG_RELEASE this commit adds a
`commitcount` function that uses the number of Git commits to determine
the release. The function is called via the variables `$(AUTORELEASE)`
or `$(COMMITCOUNT)`. The `PKG_RELEASE` variable can be set to either of
the two.

- $(AUTORELEASE):

Release is automagically set to the number of commits since the last
commit containing either ": update to " or ": bump to ".

Example below:

    $ git log packages/foobar/
    foobar: fixup file location
    foobar: disable docs
    foobar: bump to 5.3.2
    foobar: fixup copyright

Resulting package name: foobar_5.3.2-3_all.ipk, two package changes
since the last upstream version change, using a 1 based counter.

- $(COMMITCOUNT):

For non-traditional versioning (x.y.z), most prominent `base-files`,
this variable contains the total number of package commits.

The new functionality can also be used by other feeds like packages.git.

In case no build information is available, e.g. when using release
tarballs, the SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH is used to have a reproducible release
identifier.

Suggested-by: Daniel Golle <daniel@makrotopia.org>
Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
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John Audia
kernel: bump 5.4 to 5.4.92
All modification made by update_kernel.sh in a fresh clone without
existing toolchains.

Build system:      x86_64
Build-tested:      ipq806x/R7800, bcm27xx/bcm2711
Run-tested:        ipq806x/R7800
Compile-tested [*]: ath79/{tiny,generic}, ipq40xx, octeon,
                    ramips/mt7621, realtek, x86/64.
Run-tested [*]:    ath79/generic, octeon, ramips/mt7621, realtek.

No dmesg regressions, everything functional

Signed-off-by: John Audia <graysky@archlinux.us>
Tested-by: Stijn Segers <foss@volatilesystems.org> [*]
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Michael Pratt
ath79: add support for Senao Engenius EAP1200H
FCC ID: A8J-EAP1200H

Engenius EAP1200H is an indoor wireless access point with
1 Gb ethernet port, dual-band wireless,
internal antenna plates, and 802.3at PoE+

**Specification:**

  - QCA9557 SOC
  - QCA9882 WLAN PCI card, 5 GHz, 2x2, 26dBm
  - AR8035-A PHY RGMII GbE with PoE+ IN
  - 40 MHz clock
  - 16 MB FLASH MX25L12845EMI-10G
  - 2x 64 MB RAM NT5TU32M16FG
  - UART at J10 populated
  - 4 internal antenna plates (5 dbi, omni-directional)
  - 5 LEDs, 1 button (power, eth0, 2G, 5G, WPS) (reset)

**MAC addresses:**

  MAC addresses are labeled as ETH, 2.4G, and 5GHz
  Only one Vendor MAC address in flash

  eth0 ETH  *:a2 art 0x0
  phy1 2.4G *:a3 ---
  phy0 5GHz *:a4 ---

**Serial Access:**

  the RX line on the board for UART is shorted to ground by resistor R176
  therefore it must be removed to use the console
  but it is not necessary to remove to view boot log

  optionally, R175 can be replaced with a solder bridge short

  the resistors R175 and R176 are next to the UART RX pin at J10

**Installation:**

  2 ways to flash factory.bin from OEM:

  Method 1: Firmware upgrade page:

    OEM webpage at 192.168.1.1
    username and password "admin"
    Navigate to "Firmware Upgrade" page from left pane
    Click Browse and select the factory.bin image
    Upload and verify checksum
    Click Continue to confirm and wait 3 minutes

  Method 2: Serial to load Failsafe webpage:

    After connecting to serial console and rebooting...
    Interrupt uboot with any key pressed rapidly
    execute `run failsafe_boot` OR `bootm 0x9fd70000`
    wait a minute
    connect to ethernet and navigate to
    "192.168.1.1/index.htm"
    Select the factory.bin image and upload
    wait about 3 minutes

**Return to OEM:**

  If you have a serial cable, see Serial Failsafe instructions
  otherwise, uboot-env can be used to make uboot load the failsafe image

  *DISCLAIMER*
  The Failsafe image is unique to Engenius boards.
  If the failsafe image is missing or damaged this will brick the device
  DO NOT downgrade to ar71xx this way, it can cause kernel loop or halt

  ssh into openwrt and run
  `fw_setenv rootfs_checksum 0`
  reboot, wait 3 minutes
  connect to ethernet and navigate to 192.168.1.1/index.htm
  select OEM firmware image from Engenius and click upgrade

**TFTP recovery:**

  Requires serial console, reset button does nothing

  rename initramfs to 'vmlinux-art-ramdisk'
  make available on TFTP server at 192.168.1.101
  power board, interrupt boot
  execute tftpboot and bootm 0x81000000

  NOTE: TFTP is not reliable due to bugged bootloader
  set MTU to 600 and try many times

**Format of OEM firmware image:**

  The OEM software of EAP1200H is a heavily modified version
  of Openwrt Kamikaze. One of the many modifications
  is to the sysupgrade program. Image verification is performed
  simply by the successful ungzip and untar of the supplied file
  and name check and header verification of the resulting contents.
  To form a factory.bin that is accepted by OEM Openwrt build,
  the kernel and rootfs must have specific names...

    openwrt-ar71xx-generic-eap1200h-uImage-lzma.bin
    openwrt-ar71xx-generic-eap1200h-root.squashfs

  and begin with the respective headers (uImage, squashfs).
  Then the files must be tarballed and gzipped.
  The resulting binary is actually a tar.gz file in disguise.
  This can be verified by using binwalk on the OEM firmware images,
  ungzipping then untaring.

  Newer EnGenius software requires more checks but their script
  includes a way to skip them, otherwise the tar must include
  a text file with the version and md5sums in a deprecated format.

  The OEM upgrade script is at /etc/fwupgrade.sh.

  OKLI kernel loader is required because the OEM software
  expects the kernel to be no greater than 1536k
  and the factory.bin upgrade procedure would otherwise
  overwrite part of the kernel when writing rootfs.

Note on PLL-data cells:

  The default PLL register values will not work
  because of the external AR8035 switch between
  the SOC and the ethernet port.

  For QCA955x series, the PLL registers for eth0 and eth1
  can be see in the DTSI as 0x28 and 0x48 respectively.
  Therefore the PLL registers can be read from uboot
  for each link speed after attempting tftpboot
  or another network action using that link speed
  with `md 0x18050028 1` and `md 0x18050048 1`.

  The clock delay required for RGMII can be applied
  at the PHY side, using the at803x driver `phy-mode`.
  Therefore the PLL registers for GMAC0
  do not need the bits for delay on the MAC side.
  This is possible due to fixes in at803x driver
  since Linux 5.1 and 5.3

Signed-off-by: Michael Pratt <mcpratt@pm.me>
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add support for the RTL9300 timer
this adds support for the SoC timer of the RTL9300 chips, it
provides 6 independent timer/counters, of which the first one
is used as a clocksource and the second one as event timer.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Felix Fietkau
mac80211: fix an uninitialized variable warning
Signed-off-by: Felix Fietkau <nbd@nbd.name>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Paul Spooren
umdns: bump to 2021-01-26
* i78aa36b umdns: fix 64-bit time format string
* start using $(AUTORELEASE)
* Update Copyright

Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add API for the hw tables of RTL83XX/93XX SoCs
Add a table API that has per accss register locking and uses
register description information to handle all table access
through a single set of api calls.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: enable default rate limiting and qos settings
Enable default rate limiting and QoS support. Remove
previous storm control code.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Felix Fietkau
mac80211: minstrel_ht: fix regression in the max_prob_rate fix
Signed-off-by: Felix Fietkau <nbd@nbd.name>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
56ac4fced086...
Birger Koblitz
realtek: correct l2 offloading tag handling
Makes sure the DSA trailer information on any L2 offloading done
by the switch is honoured by the bridge layer

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Paul Spooren
rules: fix COMMITCOUNT logic
The newly added $(COMMITCOUNT) variable was wrongly increased by plus
one. The addition should have been only added to $(AUTORELEASE) as
OpenWrt traditionally starts counting at one rather than zero.

$(AUTORELEASE) counts the commits since the last bump, which is zero on
the version bump commit itself.

This commit increases $(AUTORELEASE) by one while leaving $(COMMITCOUNT)
as is.

The base-files package is the only package using $(COMMITCOUNT) so far
and requires a pseudo commit to keep the PKG_RELEASE correct. A non
functional change (Copyright bump) is done in the next commit.

Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
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Adrian Schmutzler
owipcalc: remove package
This is a helpful utility, but it does not have any dependencies
in this repository. Move it to packages feed.

Cc: Jo-Philipp Wich <jo@mein.io>
Cc: Nick Hainke <vincent@systemli.org>
Signed-off-by: Adrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
465eaa0e0701...
Paul Spooren
uboot-envtools: use $(AUTORELEASE) for PKG_RELEASE
Use `$(AUTORELEASE)` variable rather than setting a PKG_RELEASE
on every commit manually.

Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
4571ef48d822...
Adrian Schmutzler
bcm53xx: use default SUPPORTED_DEVICES for Meraki MR32
Since the new global SUPPORTED_DEVICES are now available in bcm53xx
as well, we do not need to specify an explicit value for the MR32
anymore.

Signed-off-by: Adrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
4237488cf3de...
Birger Koblitz
realtek: add dtsi for RTL930X SoCs
Add a default dtsi to support RTL930X SoCs.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Felix Fietkau
mac80211: add significant minstrel_ht performance improvements
Completely redesign the rate sampling approach

Signed-off-by: Felix Fietkau <nbd@nbd.name>
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Paul Spooren
base-files: bump Copyright to 2021
This commit is only added to keep the PKG_RELEASE correct after fixing
the $(COMMITCOUNT) logic in the previous commit.

This way the PKG_RELEASE stays the same while the compiled packages
content isn't changed.

Signed-off-by: Paul Spooren <mail@aparcar.org>
297f82fc583a...
Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant
dnsmasq: Update to 2.84test3
dnsmasq v2.83 has a bug in handling duplicate queries which means it may
try to reply using the incorrect network socket.  This is especially
noticeable in dual stack environments where replies may be mis-directed to
IPv4 addresses on an IPv6 socket or IPv6 addresses on an IPv4 socket.

This results in system log spam such as:
dnsmasq[16020]: failed to send packet: Network unreachable
dnsmasq[16020]: failed to send packet: Address family not supported by protocol

dnsmasq v2.84test3 resolves these issues.

Signed-off-by: Kevin Darbyshire-Bryant <ldir@darbyshire-bryant.me.uk>
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Adrian Schmutzler
x86: fix upgrade by emptying SUPPORTED_DEVICES
x86 uses append-metadata, but only for signing and not for the
metadata itself.

Since recently SUPPORTED_DEVICES was assigned with a global value
and is not empty anymore, append-metadata will now actually put
metadata into x86 images. This breaks sysupgrade on x86.

To fix it for the moment, let's just empty SUPPORTED_DEVICES for
this target again.

In the long term, one should either not add metadata to the images
if it is not desired, and/or remove the unintended fwtool check.

Fixes: f52081bcf938 ("treewide: provide global default for SUPPORTED_DEVICES")

Signed-off-by: Adrian Schmutzler <freifunk@adrianschmutzler.de>
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add switch driver support for the RTL93XX based switches
Adds support for the RTL9300 and RTL9310 series of switches
with 10GBit per port and up to 56 ports.

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Tony Ambardar
bpftools: update to 5.10.10
Use the latest stable kernel since the previous 5.8.x series is EOL.

Also drop the following patches recently accepted upstream:

  * 001-libbpf-ensure-no-local-symbols-counted-in-ABI-check.patch
  * 002-libbpf-fix-build-failure-from-uninitialized-variable.patch
  * 003-bpftool-allow-passing-BPFTOOL_VERSION-to-make.patch
  * 004-v5.9-bpftool-use-only-ftw-for-file-tree-parsing.patch

Signed-off-by: Tony Ambardar <itugrok@yahoo.com>
1fdbb8779aab...
Felix Fietkau
mac80211: remove accidentally duplicated line in minstrel_ht patch
Signed-off-by: Felix Fietkau <nbd@nbd.name>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
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Bjørn Mork
realtek: build ZyXEL vendor firmware compatible initramfs
Append a device specific version trailer used by the stock
firmware upgrade application to validate firmwares.

The trailer contains a list of ZyXEL firmware version
numbers, which includes a four letter hardware identifier.
The stock web UI requires that the current hardware matches
one of the listed versions, and that the version number is
larger than a model specific minimum value. The minimum
version varies between V1.00 and V2.60 for the currently
known GS1900 models. The number is not used anywhere else
to our knowlege, and has no direct relation to the version
info in the u-image header.  We can therefore use an
arbitrary value larger than V2.60.

The stock firmware upgrade application will only load and
flash the part of the file specified in the u-image header,
regardless of file size.  It can therefore not be used to
flash images with an appended rootfs. There is therefore no
need to include the trailer in other images than the
initramfs. This prevents accidentally bricking by attempts
to flash other images from the stock web UI.

Stock images support all models in the series, listing
all of them in the version trailer.  OpenWrt provide model
specific images.  We therefore only list the single supported
hardware identifier for each image.  This eliminates the risk
of flashing the wrong OpenWrt image from stock web UI.

OpenWrt can be installed from stock firmware in two steps:

  1) flash OpenWrt initramfs image from stock web gui
  2) boot OpenWrt and sysupgrade to a squasfs image

The OpenWrt squashfs image depends on a static partition
map in the DTS.  It can only be installed to the "firmware"
partition.  This partition is labeled "RUNTIME1" in u-boot
and in stock firmware, and is referred to as "image 0" in
the stock flash management tool.  The OpenWrt initramfs
can be installed and run from either partitions. But if
you want to keep stock irmware in the spare system partition,
then you must make sure stock firmware is installed to the
"RUNTIME2" partition referred to as "image 1" in the stock
web UI. And the initial OpenWrt initramfs must be flashed
to "RUNTIME1"/"image 0".

The stock flash management application supports direct
selection of both which partition to flash and which
partition to boot next.  This allows software controlled
"dual-boot" between OpenWrt and stock firmware, without
using console access to u-boot. u-boot use the "bootpartition"
variable stored in the second u-boot environment to select
which of the two system partitions to boot.  This variable
is set by the stock flash management application, by direct
user input.  It can also be set in OpenWrt using e.g

fw_setsys bootpartition 1

to select "RUNTIME2"/"image 1" as default, assuming a
stock firmware version is installed in that partition.

Signed-off-by: Bjørn Mork <bjorn@mork.no>
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Birger Koblitz
realtek: add debugfs support for mirroring
This adds debugfs support to monitor mirroring via debugfs

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
  • sunxi/cortexa8: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
111de654afe0...
Hans Dedecker
glibc: update to latest 2.32 commit (BZ#2692 BZ#26988 BZ#26831 BZ#2706)
d3cb8f6222 aarch64: fix static PIE start code for BTI [BZ #27068]
082798622d __vfscanf_internal: fix aliasing violation (bug 26690)
33dc30bc83 aarch64: Use mmap to add PROT_BTI instead of mprotect [BZ #26831]
46e1e64fe3 elf: Pass the fd to note processing
b6eae83717 elf: Move note processing after l_phdr is updated
c6090dcebd aarch64: align address for BTI protection [BZ #26988]
610e2c5150 aarch64: Fix missing BTI protection from dependencies [BZ #26926]

Signed-off-by: Hans Dedecker <dedeckeh@gmail.com>
0faa17235669...
Tony Ambardar
config: limit CONFIG_PERF_EVENTS to top-level generic configs
Remove redundant target-level settings.

Signed-off-by: Tony Ambardar <itugrok@yahoo.com>
03c79ca269e6...
Birger Koblitz
realtek: add support for the RTL8390 and RTL9300 SoC IRQs
This adds support for the RTL8390 and RTL9300 SoCs
it also cleans up unnecessary definitions in mach-rtl83xx.h
and moves definitions relevant for irq routing to irq.h

Signed-off-by: Birger Koblitz <git@birger-koblitz.de>
  • ipq40xx/generic: Uploading target files failed -  stdio
  • octeon/generic: Updating feeds failed -  stdio
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Rosen Penev
toolchain/libstdcpp: disable dual ABI and default to new
GCC 5.1 changed the std::string ABI in order to properly support C++11.
For compatibility with libraries compiled with the older ABI, that is,
linking between old-abi.so and new-abi.bin, both ABIs are enabled. In
terms of OpenWrt, all packages are compiled with the same toolchain,
which means these issues do not need to be handled.

Most importantly, this results in a significant size reduction of
libstdpp:

Before:

450794 bytes

After:

327752 bytes

Tested with all OpenWrt packages.

Signed-off-by: Rosen Penev <rosenp@gmail.com>