GL-MV1000 web interface not accessible

Hello all,

just bought a GL-MV1000 and it’s an awesome little device.
I configured a lot of stuff in openwrt, and I don’t know what I did but now I can not access the main gl interface on http://192.168.0.1/#/internet.
If I open the browser javascript console I see
TypeError: "this.router_vpn['Shadowsocks-Client'] is undefined"

Can I fix this?
I could reset the router and start fresh, but I don’t know what I did that broke it.

@Simon
Hi, You can go to the following link to download the latest test version firmware (3.102) and see if there are still problems, thank you
https://dl.gl-inet.com/firmware/mv1000/testing/

Thanks for the reply. How do I apply this firmware without access to the main web interface? Can I somehow do it from the command shell?

Edit: ok got it: there is a menu inside openwrt. Flashed the new image
3.102 openwrt-mv1000-emmc-3.102-0215.img 41067db05ee7614d85068adf6af1467e
It works now!

After updating to the testing image, it seems that software packages in openwrt are somehow broken?
Tried to install unbound, but I get this error:
image
Is there a distfeed missing?
In the list is

src/gz glinet_core http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/kmod-3.1/mvebu/cortexa53
src/gz glinet_base http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/base
src/gz glinet_gli_pub http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/gli_pub
src/gz glinet_packages http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/packages
src/gz glinet_luci http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/luci
src/gz glinet_routing http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/routing
src/gz glinet_telephony http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/telephony
src/gz glinet_glinet http://download.gl-inet.com/releases/v19.07.0-rc1/packages-3.1/mvebu/glinet

Hi ,Simon
This colleague who we developed later will reply to this question

Hi , Simon
I’m sorry to reply you so late. There are compatibility problems between this module and the testing firmware(3.102 openwrt-mv1000-emmc-3.102-0215.img 41067db05ee7614d85068adf6af1467e).
Later, the official firmware release will fix this problem.

You need to perform the following steps:

First:
ssh root@192.168.8.1
opkg remove luci-base --force-depends
opkg remove luci-proto-ipv6 --force-depends
opkg remove luci-proto-ppp --force-depends
opkg update
opkg install luci-app-unbound

Second:
ssh root@192.168.8.1 and copy luci.zip to MV1000.
After decompressing luci.zip:
luci.zip (10.0 KB)
cp luci/status.lua /usr/lib/lua/luci/tools/status.lua
cp luci/lease_status.htm /usr/lib/lua/luci/view/lease_status.htm
cp luci/wifi_assoclist.htm /usr/lib/lua/luci/view/wifi_assoclist.htm
cp luci/sys.lua /usr/lib/lua/luci/sys.lua
cp luci/firewall_zoneforwards.htm /usr/lib/lua/luci/view/cbi/firewall_zoneforwards.htm

Third:
reboot

Hi @lizh, thank you for the reponse.
In the end I

  1. cloned the openwrt source from https://git.openwrt.org/openwrt/openwrt.git
  2. cherrypicked commit b2ef49741602b306b910c77288edda8dc059031f from https://github.com/gl-inet/openwrt/ into the official openwrt source
  3. deleted the led patches, because they don’t apply anymore, and
  4. copiled an openwrt version from that for the brume

I flashed it and it works nicely.
I’m ok for now. I hope the mv1000 will have an official openwrt version soon so I don’t need to compile from source by myself.

Thanks!

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and especially for those who don’t know how to compile it themselves :wink:

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@Simon - can you share your image, or give more detailed instructions about how others can do this? I want to do this as well.

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