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Description This is the OpenWrt "packages"-feed containing community-maintained build scripts, options and patches for applications, modules and libraries used within OpenWrt. Installation of pre-built packages is handled directly by the opkg utility within your running OpenWrt system or by using the OpenWrt SDK on a build system. The OpenWrt 18.06 release is considered outdated but will still receive limited security and bug fixes for some time. OpenWrt 18.06.8 Released: Fri, 6 Mar 2020; Development Snapshots . Development snapshots are automatic unattended daily builds of the cur Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 OpenWrt Official and Third-Party Repositories. ©2009-2020 - Packages Search for Linux and Unix Description This is the OpenWrt "packages"-feed containing community-maintained build scripts, options and patches for applications, modules and libraries used within OpenWrt. Installation of pre-built packages is handled directly by the opkg utility within your running OpenWrt system or by using the OpenWrt SDK on a build system. 3.1. “Packages”, “Package repositories” and “OpenWRT feeds” I’m sure you already know about “OpenWRT packages”. It’s amazing that, once connected via SSH, you simply launch an opkg install tcpdump and in a few seconds you get the “tcpdump” package downloaded and installed on your box. Such a behaviour is definitely

I have set up OpenWRT with 10 VLANs, each of which has its own IP range (both v4 and v6) and all of that is working beautifully. For right now, all devices end up with the domain being simply .lan What I would like to do, if it is possible to do, is get it arranged so that each VLAN has its own subdomain, e.g. trusted.lan, wireless.lan, guest.lan, etc.

Community maintained packages for OpenWrt. Documentation for submitting pull requests is in CONTRIBUTING.md - openwrt/packages Community maintained packages for OpenWrt. Documentation for submitting pull requests is in CONTRIBUTING.md - openwrt/packages

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OpenWrt Node.js Packages (nodejs) Description. OpenWrt/LEDE Node.js Packages : for trunk / openwrt-19.07. Note: support arches are aarch64, arm, mipsel, mips64el, x86_64 (mipseb & mips64eb & i386 are not supported) I have set up OpenWRT with 10 VLANs, each of which has its own IP range (both v4 and v6) and all of that is working beautifully. For right now, all devices end up with the domain being simply .lan What I would like to do, if it is possible to do, is get it arranged so that each VLAN has its own subdomain, e.g. trusted.lan, wireless.lan, guest.lan, etc.