About

This site will contain the packages and install-images for OpenWrt (trunk) for GL-Connect GL-iNet v1 (GL-iNet-6416A) devices, as used for example at Revelation Space.

The packages might work for the 8MB version (GL-iNet-6108A), though they are not tested, and are configured for 16MB Flash devices.

The images and packages are built from the current OpenWrt trunk, with GL-iNet patches applied. A github repository for this tree can be found on: The Revelation Space github, and the GL-iNet related changes are in the gl-inet branch

The packages and binaries can be found on /trunk/ar71xx/, which you can specify in your /etc/opkg.conf file. The 'factory' image already sets this url.

Changes

2014/07/22 22:00
Rebuilt everything from a make-clean
2014/07/12 13:00
Uploaded new build with as many packages and kernel-modules as I could get compiled
2014/06/02 19:00
Added 'shadow' packages and some other essentials
2014/06/02 18:00
Initial version, kernel compiled with usb-serial drivers for ftdi, cp210x and pl2303. The source for this tree can be found in the 'gl-inet' branch on github.com/RevelationSpace/openwrt/

Current Issues

On flashing the 'factory' image on a GL-iNet, the webinterface will not be configured or installed correctly. This can be fixed by running:

    opkg install luci uhttpd
  
And putting the following info in /etc/config/uhttpd
config uhttpd 'main'
        list listen_http '0.0.0.0:80'
        list listen_https '0.0.0.0:443'
        option home '/www'
        option rfc1918_filter '1'
        option max_requests '3'
        option max_connections '100'
        option cert '/etc/uhttpd.crt'
        option key '/etc/uhttpd.key'
        option cgi_prefix '/cgi-bin'
        option script_timeout '60'
        option network_timeout '30'
        option http_keepalive '20'
        option tcp_keepalive '1'

Warning

These packages are not released by the OpenWrt project and may not work as well as you would expect them to.

The packages and binaries can be found on /trunk/ar71xx/, which you can specify in your /etc/opkg.conf file. The 'factory' image already sets this url.