Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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hksym2010
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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ispyisail wrote:USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z
http://goo.gl/E3Uyc

Add plugin webshell

Add plugin logread

.+ other stuff


where can find the plugin webshell and logread ???

ispyisail
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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I asked myself the same question

I think its still a work in progress

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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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The plugins need to be in the config file (for each target profile - gargoyle/targets/ar71xx/profiles/usb_large/config) for them to compile. See how CONFIG_PACKAGE_plugin-gargoyle-tor=y is present? Add additional plugins similarly.

I don't know if it can work with a rebuild because the OpenWrt build script uses that config file - copied to gargoyle/ar71xx-src/.config - where it is hidden. I don't know if the file is copied each time, or it just reuses the hidden file. You can modify that hidden file first to test to see if it works by:

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cd gargoyle/ar71xx-src (or your last platform build)
make package/plugin-gargoyle-XXX/compile
make package/plugin-gargoyle-XXX/install

without having to compile the entire firmware - find packages in gargoyle/ar71xx-src/bin/ar71xx/packages - find a plugin-gargoyle-XXX_1.0-1_all.ipk & you've done it properly. Obviously, change XXX to your desired plugin.

That's how I compiled my plugin as a standalone .ipk and incorporated into the firmware.
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Because I have found 3 bugs in wifi-schedule, please don't compile wifi-schedule in yet.
    • initial setting of wifi schedules may have a double set of system crontabs present. A simple fix by writing to an empty file.
    • removal of the entire ipk does not remove the wifi crontabs. I have to add some lines to the Makefile.
    • there may be some issues with the wifi_schedule.sh page jumping around where it is listed in the left-side gargoyle webpage heirarchy. There are all kinds of settings & apparently I have some conflicting ones. Removing that wrongness via uci deletes isn't something I relish. Haven't even pinned down where the weirdness starts. And this may be only on my router (because we all foul out at the beginning) & not in the source itself.

On a happier note, I haven't found any bugs in the functioning of the table or the expected written crontabs.
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ispyisail:
gpkg isn't in the main-line source yet. Apparently Eric is making his own compatible opkg replacement. I am curious - to address what issues?

And there's 1 other plug-in I remember seeing. viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1740
Needs a Pol->English translation. And I see Cezary also had issues with the left-side listings.
TP-Link WDR3600 v1.1 running 1.5.10+ L10n-English (Built 20130922 - OpenWrt r38093)
TP-Link WDR4300 running 1.5.10+ i18n-English (Built 20131010 - OpenWrt r38286)

https://github.com/BashfulBladder/gargoyle-plugins/wiki

ispyisail
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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ispyisail:
gpkg isn't in the main-line source yet. Apparently Eric is making his own compatible opkg replacement. I am curious - to address what issues?


yes, I was wondering about that

I sure he has good reasons, I doubt he would go to the trouble just for fun.

Paranosh
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

Post by Paranosh »

Sorry, i don't know if it.s explained, but the status info doesn't show nothing if the wireless mode is in client+ap.

Regards.

BashfulBladder
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

Post by BashfulBladder »

What is is the ouput of iwconfig when you are in this mode? Status will be derived from that output.
TP-Link WDR3600 v1.1 running 1.5.10+ L10n-English (Built 20130922 - OpenWrt r38093)
TP-Link WDR4300 running 1.5.10+ i18n-English (Built 20131010 - OpenWrt r38286)

https://github.com/BashfulBladder/gargoyle-plugins/wiki

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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

http://goo.gl/ZmipK

should be the same except webshell and logread should now be options

untested

Rog66
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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CAUTION - this bricked my TPLINK 1043ND and I'm having trouble recovering it

bardu
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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

Post by bardu »

I experienced slow internet speeds using build 14.03.2013 for 1043ND so I went back to January build. We need to wait for openwrt developers for a fix, timeline is so full of tickets!

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Re: Gargoyle-ispy 2013-March-14.7z

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ispyisail wrote:USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

http://goo.gl/ZmipK

should be the same except webshell and logread should now be options

untested


I didn't advertise this build just in case................

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