Voxel Custom firmware build for R7800 v. 1.0.2.89SF

Voxel

Part of the Furniture
Continuation of

. . .
https://www.snbforums.com/threads/custom-firmware-build-for-r7800-v-1-0-2-87sf.74003/
https://www.snbforums.com/threads/custom-firmware-build-for-r7800-v-1-0-2-88sf.74425/

New version of my custom firmware build: 1.0.2.89SF.

Changes (vs 1.0.2.88SF):

1. Toolchain: Go is upgraded 1.7->1.17.2.
2. DNSCrypt Proxy v.2 is upgraded 2.1.0->2.1.1.
3. OpenVPN is upgraded 2.5.3->2.5.4.
4. wget package is upgraded 1.21.1->1.21.2.
5. proftpd package is upgraded 1.3.7b->1.3.7c.
6. bridge-utils package is upgraded 1.7->1.7.1.
7. curl package is upgraded 7.78.0->7.79.1.
8. gdbm package is upgraded 1.19->1.19.1.
9. libexif package is upgraded 0.6.22->0.6.23.
10. libgcrypt package is upgraded 1.9.3->1.9.4.
11. coreutils package (sort/gnu-date) is upgraded 8.32->9.0.
12. haveged package is upgraded 1.9.14->1.9.15.
13. ethtool package is upgraded 5.13->5.14.
14. nano package is upgraded 5.8->5.9.
15. jansson package is upgraded 2.13.1->2.14.
16. ffmpeg package is upgraded 4.3.2->4.3.3.
17. uci package is upgraded 2021-04-14->2021-10-22.
18. ubus package is upgraded 2021-06-30->2021-08-09.
19. Change WebGUI logo.
20. Fix build by GCC 10.x (Host Debian Buster->Host Debian Bullseye).
21. Kernel level optimization.
22. Host tools: upgrade bison to 3.8.2.


The link is:

https://www.voxel-firmware.com (thanks to vladlenas for his help with hosting).

Voxel.
 
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microchip

Very Senior Member
All systems go! Many thanks!
 

TheLostSwede

Senior Member
Very obvious what firmware it is now.

web_logo.png
 

Bichon

New Around Here
Thanks for all your work keeping the firmware in my router up-to-date! As an added bonus, now that you've put your Voxel branding front-and-center, it's led me to learn that the cube with the colorful border in your logo is in fact a voxel.
 

Voxel

Part of the Furniture
can you confirm the spelling? seems like an extra 'q' snuck in...
Yeah, sorry. Confirmed, but it is definitely my misprint. Please set both. I'll fix it in the next release.

/etc/init.d/dnsmasq:

. . .
DNSMASQ_DISABLED=$($CONFIG get disable_dnsmqasq)
. . .
start() {
if [ "$DNSMASQ_DISABLED" = "1" ]; then
echo "DNSMASQ is disabled in nvram."
exit
fi

. . .

Voxel.
 

NetBytes

Regular Contributor
Yeah, sorry. Confirmed, but it is definitely my misprint. Please set both. I'll fix it in the next release.

/etc/init.d/dnsmasq:

. . .
DNSMASQ_DISABLED=$($CONFIG get disable_dnsmqasq)
. . .
start() {
if [ "$DNSMASQ_DISABLED" = "1" ]; then
echo "DNSMASQ is disabled in nvram."
exit
fi

. . .

Voxel.
Got it.
Both APs upgraded. I changed the script (and nvram setting) to the correction. everything working.
Originally only had the runaway process problem on one of my R7800 - now both are quiet.
Thank you again.
 

ianvajra

Occasional Visitor
Thanks, Voxel, for all your work!

Might there be a snapshot with the AP dnsmasq fix? I don't know how to insert the fix code mentioned. Is that easy to do?
 

Voxel

Part of the Furniture
Thanks, Voxel, for all your work!

Might there be a snapshot with the AP dnsmasq fix? I don't know how to insert the fix code mentioned. Is that easy to do?

Just set both nvram variables:

Code:
nvram set disable_dnsmqasq=1
nvram set disable_dnsmasq=1
nvram commit

Later (next release) this typo disable_dnsmqasq could be unset.

Voxel.
 

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