Support for TP-Link TL-WR710n

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Re: Support for TP-Link TL-WR710n

Post by Lantis »

They look good!
I’ll try to keep in the back of my mind to enable that device in 1.15 by default if it seems to work ok :)

Also I know the documentation is scattered, but I did mention the python thing here ... requisites

Well done on persisting and getting the right outcome.

One more thing I’ll note for anyone else reading. The automatic use all cpu cores code wasn’t working a while ago, and thanks to a helpful contributor it now is. The downside is that if a build fails, it is often impossible to figure out what went wrong because output messages are in a jumbled order.
If a build fails, i would recommend starting it again immediately with “BUILD_THREADS=1” which should make the failure more clear. It will be significantly slower. for the latest releases
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Re: Support for TP-Link TL-WR710n

Post by ispyisail »

Thank you

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Compiled for the TP-Link TL-WR810n, too

Post by heilbronn »

heilbronn wrote:
Sat Apr 30, 2022 7:30 pm
BTW: I put up my full notes on *Building Gargoyle for the TL-WR710N* on Github:
After successfully building images for the TL-WR810n exactly the same way, I integrated that into the description linked above. My build went successfull (=producing images), but I haven't tried installing them yet, since my only TL-WR810n is running Gluon at the moment. Therefor, you might want to drop a line if your installation went fine. I'm happy to provide my binary image if some is interested...

BTW: The TL-WR810n's versions are 8MB/64MB, so they should be fine for the next OpenWrt versions, too.

Feel free to copy/use this in the next Gargoyle release :)

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