Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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ViBE
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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

Post by ViBE »

me too. btw do you have any plans for other targets?

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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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ViBE wrote:
Fri Sep 02, 2022 11:39 am
any plans for other targets?
If you mean other MT76x8 devices supported by OpenWrt 19.07, I can build them easily enough if I get a request.

There are some additional MT76x8 devices supported by OpenWrt 21.02.x so waiting for next Gargoyle release to add some of those (e.g. Netgear R6020/R6080); I also have a TP-Link Archer A6 v3 (MT7621) waiting for the next release of Gargoyle.

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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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Happy to accept any pull requests against the https://github.com/ericpaulbishop/gargo ... enwrt_2102 branch. I'll merge all of the new architectures you've worked on happily.
http://lantisproject.com/downloads/gargoyle_ispyisail.php for the latest releases
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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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Thanks Lantis. I'm yet to start building from the 21.02 branch but will start looking at it.

ViBE
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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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pythonic wrote:
Sat Sep 03, 2022 7:49 am
ViBE wrote:
Fri Sep 02, 2022 11:39 am
any plans for other targets?
If you mean other MT76x8 devices supported by OpenWrt 19.07, I can build them easily enough if I get a request.

There are some additional MT76x8 devices supported by OpenWrt 21.02.x so waiting for next Gargoyle release to add some of those (e.g. Netgear R6020/R6080); I also have a TP-Link Archer A6 v3 (MT7621) waiting for the next release of Gargoyle.
i mean in general. every expansion is good for Gargoyle and the community. i'm actually curious about the GL.iNet GL-AR300M(16). the target as i remember already supported but just a very few supported by Gargoyle.

Kareem
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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

Post by Kareem »

I can't find an image for mi4a router, can I do it with any other image

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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

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Kareem wrote:
Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:39 pm
image for mi4a router
Sorry, it appears that I intended to build an image for this device (at least the 100Mb version, as it's in the list of profile images for the large flash config) but it's not enabled in the config file :(.

I'll add it (and the miwifi nano) to the config for the refreshed build I'm working on making available soon.

None of the other mt76x8 images should be flashed to the mir4a.

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Re: Experimental build of Gargoyle 1.13.0.x for mt76x8 architecture routers (ramips subtargets)

Post by pythonic »

An updated build (#2: 20221007) is now available for download.

This build picks up the most recent Gargoyle commit (and thus the most recent OpenWrt 19.07 commit) and merges the 2 separate subtargets into one while maintaining the original device configurations.

As I write this there have been 65 downloads of the images for build #1.

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