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[384.8_Alpha - builds] Testing all variants.

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by DonnyJohnny, Oct 11, 2018 at 1:55 AM.

  1. DonnyJohnny

    DonnyJohnny Very Senior Member

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    384.8_a”alpha1-g624b4d4e running well. Dirty flashed from 384.7
    Thanks!

    In Webgui, under Wireless. Roaming Block list??
    Not needed as AiMesh not supported?
     
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  3. Treadler

    Treadler Senior Member

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    +1 !
    Lots of white ‘blank’ fields in the administration > system GUI page. ;-)
    Not affecting operation though, so far as I can see.....

    Edit: not just the admin>system page. Fairly widespread throughout the GUI.
    I guess that’s what you get with alpha firmware, serves me right!
     
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  4. DonnyJohnny

    DonnyJohnny Very Senior Member

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    Kindly explain blank space. Screenshot? I don’t see any in my Ac68u. All good.
     
  5. Treadler

    Treadler Senior Member

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    Here ‘tis..... Just one example.
     

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  6. Grisu

    Grisu Very Senior Member

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    I had this while testing 384_6alpha1
     
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    octopus Very Senior Member

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    ...

    Hmm seems am not thredowner any more..... Stange I started it. :eek:
     
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  8. Treadler

    Treadler Senior Member

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    So, I reverted to 384.7 & rebooted.
    Then reflashed 384.8 alpha & now it’s all good. Go figure........
     
  9. Treadler

    Treadler Senior Member

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    Working fine here so far.
     
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  10. Mihai

    Mihai Regular Contributor

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    Rmerlin when asuswrt-merlin 384_8 alpha 1 for RT-AC87U will be available?

    Trimis de pe al meu ONEPLUS A3000 folosind Tapatalk
     
  11. princi

    princi Regular Contributor

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    When Asus releases the GPL.

    How long is a piece of string?
     
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  12. joe scian

    joe scian Regular Contributor

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    Lots of white ‘blank’ fields in quite a few pages QOS,Other settings,Wireless, etc
    on almost every page - an example below
    Not affecting operation though, so far Screenshot_2018-10-11 ASUS Wireless Router RT-AC5300 - Other Settings.png
     
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  13. Treadler

    Treadler Senior Member

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    I too had this happen. Now fixed.
    I reverted to 384.7 from 384.8 alpha, rebooted.
    Reflashed 384.8 alpha, rebooted. Fixed.
    Just a mystery I guess.......
     
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  14. octopus

    octopus Very Senior Member

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    Try with ctrl-f5 to refresh cash.
     
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    Gingernut Senior Member

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    With Chrome browser I don't get these white boxes.
     

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  16. GHammer

    GHammer Regular Contributor

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    Curious, what is this log entry referring to?
    Code:
    May  5 01:05:09 avahi-daemon[774]: WARNING: No NSS support for mDNS detected, consider installing nss-mdns!
    
    Or this one?
    Code:
    May  5 01:05:11 ERP: The model isn't under support list!
    .8 running fine here on a fairly simple config with only various port forwarding enabled.
     
  17. skeal

    skeal Very Senior Member

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    I'm seeing the same white spaces here on a AC3100.
     
  18. RMerlin

    RMerlin Super Moderator

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    Clear your browser cache.
     
  19. skeal

    skeal Very Senior Member

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    Wow! Rebooted and white space is gone!!
     
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  20. scjr

    scjr Senior Member

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    How is WiFi stability on this alpha thus far?

    GPL 32799, which Asus hasn’t released yet, has a “WiFi Stability Fix” listed in release notes. I was wondering if previous GPL has any WiFi oddities going on.

    Thanks!
     
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    So far I have had zero issues with wifi. I had a white space issue in the webui but it was corrected by clearing browser cache.
     
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