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[384.16_Alpha Builds] Testing all variants

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by Marin, Feb 19, 2020.

  1. Marin

    Marin Very Senior Member

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  2. skeal

    skeal Part of the Furniture

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    Seems ok so far! Any changes we should be looking at?
     
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  4. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    The biggest change isn't on Github (because I'm waiting for a fix before I can push the merged code), it's the merge of 384_7968.

    There is no 386 code in this release.
     
  5. Dabombber

    Dabombber Regular Contributor

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    Any thoughts on including the nanorc syntax files, or at least the sh one? I realise it's pretty easy to add them ourselves, but it improves nano quite a lot for such a small addition it might be worth including by default.
     
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  6. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    At the time I considered it, I decided against it because if I started adding one or two syntax files, someone else will start asking for even more files. Not saying I won't change my mind later since I no longer have to support models with limited amounts of flash space (like the RT-N66U), but it's not currently planned.

    For those who want to use it, here is the content of my own /jffs/configs/nanorc file:

    Code:
    set nowrap
    syntax "sh" "\.sh$"
    header "^#!.*((ba|da|k|pdk)?sh[-0-9_]*|openrc-run|runscript)"
    magic "(POSIX|Bourne-Again) shell script.*text"
    linter dash -n
    comment "#"
    icolor brightgreen "^[0-9A-Z_]+\(\)"
    color green "\<(break|case|continue|do|done|elif|else|esac|exit|fi|for|function|if|in|read|return|select|shift|then|time|until|while)\>"
    color green "\<(declare|eval|exec|export|let|local)\>"
    color green "[{}():;|`$<>!=&\\]" "(\]|\[)"
    color green "-[Ldefgruwx]\>"
    color green "-(eq|ne|gt|lt|ge|le|s|n|z)\>"
    color brightblue "\<(awk|cat|cd|ch(grp|mod|own)|cp|echo|env|grep|install|ln|make|mkdir|mv|popd|printf|pushd|rm|rmdir|sed|set|tar|touch|umask|unset)\>"
    # Basic variable names (no braces).
    color brightred "\$[[email protected]*#?$!]" "\$[[:alpha:]_][[:alnum:]_]*"
    # More complicated variable names; handles braces and replacements and arrays.
    color brightred "\$\{[#!]?([[email protected]*#?$!]|[0-9]+|[[:alpha:]_][[:alnum:]_]*)(\[([[:space:]]*[[:alnum:]_]+[[:space:]]*|@)\])?(([#%/]|:?[-=?+])[^}]*\}|\[|\})"
    # Comments.
    color cyan "(^|[[:space:]])#.*$"
    # Strings.
    color brightyellow ""(\\.|[^"])*"" "'(\\.|[^'])*'"
    # Trailing whitespace.
    color ,green "[[:space:]]+$"
    
    
     
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  7. octopus

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  8. Marin

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    Done. Thank you.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
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  9. S.claus

    S.claus Occasional Visitor

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    @RMerlin

    1. My QOS is completely blank
    2. Signature is reporting " Signature update failed"
     
  10. Ladioss_Sopp

    Ladioss_Sopp New Around Here

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    QoS tab doesn't show the on/off switch and other information. All others seem work great.
     
  11. S.claus

    S.claus Occasional Visitor

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    I rolled back to the latest stable release . Updated my signature and enabled qos then simply went back to the alpha and all seems to be working as intended
     
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  13. Delusion

    Delusion Senior Member

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    Available for other models also

    384.16 (xx-xx-xxxx)
    - UPDATED: Merged GPL 384_8137 and binary blobs 384_7968
    for RT-AX88U.
    - UPDATED: Tor to 0.3.5.9. - UPDATED: Tor to 0.3.5.9.
    - UPDATED: curl to 7.68.0. - UPDATED: curl to 7.68.0.
    - UPDATED: nano to 4.8. - UPDATED: nano to 4.8
     
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2020
  14. Ladioss_Sopp

    Ladioss_Sopp New Around Here

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    New alpha build for AX88U fixed the QoS tab problem.
     
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  15. skeal

    skeal Part of the Furniture

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    AX88U running fine on this new alpha.:)
     
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  16. skeal

    skeal Part of the Furniture

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    @RMerlin further about that race condition at reboot and NTP not getting synced on my AX88U. I added a line in init-start "service restart_ntpd," now I have no issues rebooting and time syncing correctly. All other routers I own (AC68U,AC3100) do not have this issue but share the same script environment. Finally this fix or work around works every time. ;):)
     
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  17. skeal

    skeal Part of the Furniture

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    You can see in the amtm disk check logs how time syncing is affected this is without the entry in init-start:
    Code:
     Fri Feb 21 05:15:56 CST 2020 Waited 90s for NTP to sync date
    
    This is with the entry in init-start:
    Code:
     Fri Feb 21 05:18:28 CST 2020 Waited 6s for NTP to sync date
    
    Dramatic to say the least. Is there a more elegant way of doing this?
     
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  18. John Fitzgerald

    John Fitzgerald Regular Contributor

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    First impression, seems snappier.:)
     
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  19. octopus

    octopus Very Senior Member

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    Strange my NTP always sync in 5-7 sec.
    Code:
    (wan0-connected): 731 ntp_synced: synced in [4] seconds
     
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  20. skeal

    skeal Part of the Furniture

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    This only happens on my AX88U.