GL-MV1000 brume vanilla openwrt support

Will the brume ever support vanilla openwrt? Does GL plan to submit patches to openwrt for this fantastic small little router?

@Simon
Yes, we will wait for the software to be fully functional and submit the patch to openwrt19.07

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I’m using vanilla openwrt since a while now, with vlans, dnsmasq, unbound and a lot of stuff configured. It’s rock stable and works really well. Just the led patches are missing, but since the router is in a cabinet that does not really matter to me.
What’s missing for openwrt? Is it just the led patches?

@Simon can you share some info for brume vanilla build?

i did some custom build in the past but none for a “new device”, gl-inet takes forever to submit patches.

thank you for your time and info.

G

Sure. What do you want to know?

@Simon i did some build for devices already in device tree with make menuconfig nothing special or advanced, i guess for a new device i’ll have to use dts file from gl-inet repo but i have no idea, or i’m trying to figure out, where to place files ad where to create a make file for new device. i also have no need for leds or other, device is just routing on top of shelf… any info would be great.

many thanks

G

This is how I did it: GL-MV1000 web interface not accessible

If you have any specific questions just ask away!

@Simon many thanks, this commit answer all my questions about where to put info for new device, i guess that i need to start reading and merge info needed for mv1000 in my build directory.

any specific part i should avoid?

G

sorry for late feedback… did my build from stable tag v19.07.2, many thanks @Simon again.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/df0qlcpa1fpshll/AAAzTD7kAUPdsATjlc2L-2jPa?dl=0

let hope devs @Gl-inet will soon add support in openwrt official!

best!

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There is a commit that fix the led on the brume https://github.com/gl-inet/openwrt/commit/76252cd00403c13688907c6e15e5c3b3d2b60852