[LEDE-DEV] rb112/rb133 (adm5120) compile fail

Thomas Endt tmo26 at gmx.de
Mon Feb 27 10:41:58 PST 2017

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Lede-dev [mailto:lede-dev-bounces at lists.infradead.org] Im Auftrag
> von Stefan Lippers-Hollmann
> Gesendet: Montag, 27. Februar 2017 07:51
> An: Denis Periša
> Cc: LEDE Development List
> Betreff: Re: [LEDE-DEV] rb112/rb133 (adm5120) compile fail
> Hi
> On 2017-02-27, Denis Periša wrote:
> > Ah, now I saw if I enable "BROKEN" that it will show as rb1xx, not
> > generic.. And does compile altho I cannot get ath5k running for some
> > crypto reason..
> [...]
> Be aware that adm5120 has never been ported to kernel 4.4, nor 4.9 and
> is stuck on kernel 3.18, which is now EOL. This dependency on a no
> longer supported kernel version and the fact that the platform as a
> whole hasn't seen sufficient (or probably any-) development to bump the
> kernel version to 4.4 (or now 4.9) is one of the major reasons why it
> is marked BROKEN (another is because most of its devices only have
> 16 MB RAM, which means you need a very specific/ targetted config to
> keep it running at all).

Do you know which of the devices listed in the LEDE ToH (Table of Hardware [1]) belong to the rb1xx subtarget? Is it only the MikroTik RB133?
The adm5120 devices have only very little information. It would be helpful if anybody knowledgable can jump in and fill in a little information in the following columns:

  * LEDE supported current rel
  * LEDE unsupported
  * Subtarget
  * Firmware LEDE install URL
  * Firmware LEDE upgrade URL

And if someone has something more to write about this target than what currently can be found on the target description page [2], feel invited to add your knowledge to this page.

[1] https://lede-project.org/toh/views/toh_dev_arch-target-cpu?dataflt%5B0%5D=target_%3Dadm5120
[2] https://lede-project.org/docs/targets/adm5120



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