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OpenWrt 18.06.6

Początek tego roku obfituje w niespodzianki - właśnie zostało ogłoszone wydanie OpenWrt 18.06.6. Jest to wydanie uzupełniające - nie wprowadza nowych elementów a poprawia znalezione problemy i uzupełnia poprawki bezpieczeństwa. Informacja o wydaniu poniżej (EN):

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The OpenWrt Community is proud to announce the sixth service release of the stable OpenWrt 18.06 series. OpenWrt 18.06.6 incorporates security updates for base packages, new versions of the Linux kernel, a bug fix related to signature verification, and fixes for various devices.

Some selected highlights of this service release are:

- Linux kernel updated from 4.9.198 to 4.9.208 and from 4.14.151 to 4.14.162
- Security fixes for the following base packages: e2fsprogs, openssl, uhttpd
- LXC and netns fixes for an issue that could cause kernel panics
- PCIe reset crash fix on brcmfmac
- Device detection fix for all Mikrotik devices, fixing sysupgrade for newer devices
- Device support fixes for several devices: lantiq, Archer C20i, Mikrotik RBM33G, TL-WDR3320 v2, TL-WDR3600, TL-WDR4300, TL-WDR4310, TL-WDR4900 v2, Archer C5, Archer C7, MW4530R, WeVO 1AC NAS, WeVO W2914NS v2, ASUS WL-330N, Asus WL-330N3G, Samsung CY-SWR1100, Ravpower WD03

For a detailed list of changes since 18.06.5 refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/18.06/changelog-18.06.6 1

For latest information about the 18.06 series, refer to the wiki at: https://openwrt.org/releases/18.06/

To download the v18.06.6 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.6/

Note that updates to the package feeds are available immediately to all minor releases of OpenWrt: there is no need to upgrade to a new OpenWrt image to install newer versions of a package. This applies to core OpenWrt packages as well as community-maintained packages.

As always, a big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters, and supporters.

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

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OpenWrt 19.07.0

Po wielu miesiącach oczekiwania została wydana finalna wersja OpenWrt oznaczona numerem 19.07.0. Nowa wersja to nie tylko nowy kernel i setki poprawek, ale także dość zmodyfikowane LuCI oraz wsparcie dla nowych urządzeń. Poniżej informacja o wydaniu (EN):

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The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the first stable release of the OpenWrt 19.07 stable version series. It incorporates 3954 commits since the previous release 18.06.0 and 85 commits since the previous release candidate 19.07.0-rc2.

An upgrade from OpenWrt 18.06 to OpenWrt 19.07 is supported in many cases with the help of the sysupgrade utility which will also attempt to preserve the configuration. A configuration backup is advised nonetheless when upgrading to OpenWrt 19.07.

With this release, the OpenWrt project brings all supported targets back to a single common kernel version and further refines and broadens existing device support. It also introduces a new ath79 target and brings support for WPA3.

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Target transition from ar71xx to ath79

This release provides initial support for the new ath79 target, the future device tree based successor of the popular ar71xx target. For 19.07, both targets are still built, but it is recommended to switch to the ath79 target whenever possible: future releases of OpenWrt will drop support for the ar71xx target.

Please read the known issues below before upgrading.

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WPA3 support

The 19.07 release brings initial support for WPA3. However, WPA3 is not enabled by default and *requires* installing specific packages: to run WPA3 as an access point, hostapd-openssl is needed. For use as a Wi-Fi station, you need either wpa-supplicant-openssl (station support only) or wpad-openssl (AP + station). Due to their large size, these packages are not installed by default, and it is impossible to install them on devices with less than 8MB flash.

It should also be noted that many existing client devices will never support WPA3, and that there are client devices that support WPA2 but cannot connect to an AP configured with WPA2+WPA3 mixed mode. Please only file bugs if you are sure the problem is not client related.

To configure your device as a WPA3 access point, see: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/net ... #wpa_modes

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Client-side rendering of the LuCI web interface

The new version of LuCI, the integrated web interface for OpenWrt, implements client-side rendering of views. This improves performance by offloading some work that was done on the device (Lua code) to the client browser (Javascript code)

The LuCI ecosystem is large, and not all LuCI apps have been adapted to this change, which may result in crashes involving cbi.lua. In that case, install the luci-compat package.

With this step, Lua usage in LuCI is reduced and LuCI effectively comes closer to the goals of the experimental LuCI2 without having to rewrite everything from scratch.

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Main changes in OpenWrt 19.07.0

The main changes in this release since the previous OpenWrt 18.06 version are:

* Updated toolchain:
* musl libc 1.1.24
* uClibc-ng 1.0.31
* glibc 2.27
* gcc 7.5.0
* binutils 2.31.1
* Updated Linux kernel
* 4.14.162 for all targets
* Flow offloading bugfixes
* Network userland:
* hostapd 2.9, dnsmasq 2.80, dropbear 2019.78
* Fixes in network and wireless configuration handling
* Bugfixes in DHCPv6 client and server
* WPA3 configuration support
* Install wpad-openssl for WPA3 support
* System userland:
* busybox 1.30.1
* Sysupgrade support for backup and upgrade capability checks
* Contains urngd, non-physical true random number generator daemon based on timing jitter
* Bugfixes in the process manager, system message bus, embedded web server and the configuration management library
* Platform and Driver Support
* Dropped adm5120, adm8668, ar7, au1000, ixp4xx, mcs814x, omap24xx, ppc40x, ppc44x and xburst target
* New ath79 target that will replace the popular ar71xx target
* Updates and new device support across all targets
* LuCI web interface:
* Client side rendering of views for improved performance
* Security fixes

A full list of all changes and security fixes is available in the detailed changelog, see https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/changelog-19.07.0

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Known issues

* Sysupgrade from ar71xx to ath79 and vice versa is not officially supported, a full manual reinstall is recommended to switch targets for devices supported by both ar71xx and ath79
* Images for some device became too big to support a persistent overlay, causing such models to lose configuration after a reboot. If you experience this problem, please report the affected device in the forum and consider downgrading to OpenWrt 18.06 or using the Image Builder to pack a smaller custom image
* Some optional GUI packages crash with an error about missing "cbi.lua", install the luci-compat package to fix these
* Possible Wi-Fi issues with ath10k-based boards. If you encounter such an issue, please file a bug report against openwrt-19.07. Please make sure the issue is not caused by WPA3. If you are using WPA3 and run into problems, revert to the encryption settings you used before upgrading to 19.07.

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For latest information about the 19.07 series, refer to the wiki at: https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/

To download the v19.07.0 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/19.07.0/

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As always, a big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters, and supporters.

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

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Gargoyle 1.12.0

Po dziesięciu miesiącach ukazało się nowe wydanie Gargoyle oznaczone numerem 1.12.0.

Obrazy można pobierać w [url="https://www.gargoyle-router.com/download.php"]witryny projekty[/url]

Lista zmian poniżej (EN):

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New in 1.12.0:
- External Plugin Root bug fixes (blocks the use of inappropriately formatted drives)
- OpenVPN updated to latest with new ciphers
- OpenVPN bug fixes (subnet routes for clients sometimes missing)
- Restrictions/Whitelist bug fixes (specifying ip ranges now works as intended)
- Webcam Plugin fixed
- Fix setting custom MAC address on WAN for some devices (typically Archers)
- Web Monitoring bug fix (no longer auto enables every sysupgrade)
- QoS bug fixes (no longer auto enables every sysupgrade)
- Fix guest networking on mvebu devices with 88W8964 chips (guest network was not routing packets)
- Fix restrictions/quotas sometimes not adhering to DST
- Fix IMQ crashes in Kernel 4.14 leading to loss of NAT/connectivity
- New DDNS providers (safedns.com, domains.google.com)
- Switch all add/edit GUI windows to modals rather than separate windows (much friendlier for mobile users)
- New Plugin: Gargoyle STA Manager. Allows the user to specify multiple upstream wifi networks and connect to them in a specified priority, also ensuring that signal strength is maintained at highest possible levels. This also comes with the added benefit of automatically re-enabling the AP interface in the event that the STA can't connect, so you can still connect to Gargoyle
- Timezone change: Users who were previously using "Central Time" (CST 6 w/ DST) may find that they are now set to Canada (Saskatchewan) time (CST 6 all year). The new Central Time can be selected from the menu
- OpenWrt to 18.06.2 -> 18.06.5 (Kernel 4.9.156 -> 4.9.198, 4.14.99 ->4.14.151)

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OpenWrt 19.07.0-rc2

Ukazało się następne wydanie testowe OpenWrt oznaczone 19.07.0-rc2. Składa się na nie główne zbiór poprawek zauważonych błędów, podbito także wersję kernela i kompilatora.
Oryginalna informacja o wydaniu poniżej (EN):

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The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the second release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 19.07 stable version series. It incorporates 126 commits since the previous release candidate 19.07.0-rc1.

With this release, the OpenWrt project brings all supported targets back to a single common kernel version and further refines and broadens existing device support. It also provides initial support for the new ath79 target, the future device tree based successor of the popular ar71xx target. For 19.07, both targets are still built, but it is recommended to switch to the ath79 target whenever possible: future releases of OpenWrt will drop support for the ar71xx target. Please read the known issues below before upgrading.

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Changes in this release candidate since the previous 19.07.0-rc1 release candidate are:

* Linux kernel updated to versions 4.14.156 (from 4.14.151 in v19.07.0-rc1)
* GCC update to version 7.5.0 (from 7.4.0 in v19.07.0-rc1)
* Hostapd update to version 2.9
* Device support bugfixes for many devices
* Security fixes for curl, e2fsprogs, expat, wolfssl, intel-microcode
* Sysupgrade bugfix for an issue that could cause sysupgrade to silently fail to upgrade on ar71xx devices
* Added support for the following devices: YunCore XD4200 and A782, TP-Link Archer C60 v1/v2, ALFA Network Quad-E4G and R36M-E4G, AVM FRITZ!Repeater 1200
* Disable image generation for several devices due to insufficient flash space for the default set of packages. Images can still be built with the help of the ImageBuilder or SDK with a more minimal
set of packages

When upgrading from 19.07.0-rc1, if you are affected by the sysupgrade bug on ar71xx, you need to manually edit /lib/upgrade/stage2 and add /usr/share/libubox/jshn.sh to list of files in the install_file line (around line 51). This amounts to manually applying this patch: https://git.openwrt.org/?p=openwrt/open ... 3a6545ac8f

For a detailed list of changes since the OpenWrt 19.07.0-rc1 release, see https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/chan ... 9.07.0-rc2

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Known issues:

* Sysupgrade from ar71xx to ath79 and vice versa is not officially supported, a full manual reinstall is recommended to switch targets for devices supported by both ar71xx and ath79
* Images for some device became too big to support a persistent overlay, causing such models to lose configuration after a reboot. If you experience this problem, please report the affected device in the forum and consider downgrading to OpenWrt 18.06 or using the Image Builder to pack a smaller custom image
* Some optional GUI packages crash with an error about missing "cbi.lua", install the luci-compat package to fix these
* Possible Wi-Fi issues with ath10k-based boards. If you encounter such an issue, please file a bug report against openwrt-19.07.

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Highlights in OpenWrt 19.07

Highlights of this release since the previous OpenWrt 18.06 version are:

* Updated toolchain:
* musl libc 1.1.24
* uClibc-ng 1.0.31
* glibc 2.27
* gcc 7.5.0
* binutils 2.31.1
* Updated Linux kernel
* 4.14.156 for all targets
* Flow offloading bugfixes
* Network userland:
* hostapd 2.9, dnsmasq 2.80, dropbear 2019.78
* Fixes in network and wireless configuration handling
* Bugfixes in DHCPv6 client and server
* WPA3 configuration support
* Install wpad-openssl or wpad-wolfssl for WPA3 support
* System userland:
* busybox 1.30.1
* Sysupgrade support for backup and upgrade capability checks
* Contains urngd, non-physical true random number generator daemon based on timing jitter
* Bugfixes in the process manager, system message bus, embedded web server and the configuration management library
* Platform and Driver Support
* Dropped adm5120, adm8668, ar7, au1000, ixp4xx, mcs814x, omap24xx, ppc40x, ppc44x and xburst target
* New ath79 target that will replace the popular ar71xx target
* Updates and new device support across all targets
* Web interface:
* Client side rendering of views for improved performance
* Security fixes

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For latest information about the 19.07 series, refer to the wiki at: https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/

To download the v19.07.0-rc2 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/19.07.0-rc2/

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As always, a big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters, and supporters.

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

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OpenWrt 19.07.0-rc1

Z kilkumiesięcznym opóźnieniem została właśnie ogłoszenia wersja wstępna wydania OpenWrt 19.07.0 - release candidate 1.
Informacja o wydaniu (EN):

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The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the first release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 19.07 stable version series. It incorporates over 3700 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 18.06 release and has been under development for about one a half year.

With this release the OpenWrt project brings all supported targets back to a single common kernel version and to further refines and broadens existing device support. It also provides initial support for the new ath79 target, the future device tree based successor of the popular ar71xx target.

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Some selected highlights this release since the previous OpenWrt 18.06 version are:

* Updated toolchain:
* musl libc 1.1.24
* uClibc-ng 1.0.31
* glibc 2.27
* gcc 7.4.0
* binutils 2.31.1
* Updated Linux kernel
* 4.14.151 for all targets
* Flow offloading bugfixes
* Network userland:
* Fixes in network and wireless configuration handling
* Bugfixes in DHCPv6 client and server
* WPA3 configuration support
* System userland:
* Sysupgrade support for backup and upgrade capability checks
* Bugfixes in the process manager, system message bus, embedded web server and the configuration management library
* Platform and Driver Support
* Dropped adm5120, adm8668, ar7, au1000, ixp4xx, mcs814x, omap24xx, ppc40x, ppc44x and xburst targets
* Updates and new device support across all targets
* Web interface:
* Client side rendering of views for improved performance
* Security fixes

For a detailed list of changes since branching of the 18.06 release series, see https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/changelog-19.07.0

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Known issues:

* Sysupgrade from ar71xx to ath79 and vice versa is not officially supported, a full manual reinstall is recommended to switch targets for devices supported by both ar71xx and ath79
* Images for some device became too big to support a persistent overlay, causing such models to lose configuration after a reboot. If you experience this problem, please report the affected device and consider downgrading to OpenWrt 18.06 or using the Image Builder to pack a smaller custom image
* Some optional GUI packages crash with an error about missing "cbi.lua", install the "luci-compat" package to fix these
* Any outstanding issues reported at https://bugs.openwrt.org/

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For latest information about the 19.07 series, refer to the wiki at: https://openwrt.org/releases/19.07/

To download the v19.07.0-rc1 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/19.07.0-rc1/

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As always, a big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters, and supporters.

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

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