--- old/fs/metafs/inode.c 2012-06-29 16:31:48.331049440 +0200 +++ new/fs/metafs/inode.c 2012-06-29 16:32:31.652047941 +0200 @@ -841,7 +841,6 @@ .name = "metafs", .get_sb = mfs_get_sb, .kill_sb = kill_block_super, - .fs_flags = FS_REQUIRES_DEV, }; static void init_once(void *foo)
the file is the same openwrt-metarouter-1.2.patchit is working again. you should be able to download the file from this link:
http://www.mikrotik.com/download/metaro ... -1.2.patch
NathanA write May 19, 2012 >> "The current version of 'trunk' only supports kernels 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3...all support of 2.6.x has been removed from 'trunk' by OpenWRT devs ...."
can you share some tips or have a "how to" so I could apply it manually ? Or what trunk is meant to be used (i guess it will fail even with right trunk as the packages are removed from mirrors)latest patch is not for latest trunk. however it should be possible to manually apply it. Others use last revision that had kernel against what 1.2 patch was created.
I got your point. There seems to be "invisible off-topic wall" in every tech forum you hit and always the magical other places where all answers seem to be existing. I'll try to search bettereven if i could i cannot you answer off-topic questions that does not regard RouterOS configuration or use of hardware. There are better forums that has already have well laid out answer to your question.
Same way you can find already built images linked in this forum that users have built for others to use.
Thanks for that info , managed to find those threads on my own last night as well.if you really need that, you can see this thread:...
running the RC right now and i can mount from my virtualbox ubuntu but not from openwrt jet . tho i can use smbclient flawlessly on bot osx and openwrt the mounting part is what is failing here. But i guess eventually i get there if i lear n how to debug mount -t cifsthere was problem with linux OS to mount routeros smb share, try nweer RouterOS if possible. At least on 5.22 ROS smb shares are mountable via CLI or fstab entry.
[admin@MikroTik] > /ip smb shares add name=tst
$ sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.88.1/tst ./mnt/ $ mount |grep cifs //192.168.88.1/tst on /home/janisk/test/mnt type cifs (rw)
srry for really offtopic discussion here, did you mounted this from openwrt metarouter? or just from random shell you have at hand?I am using 6.0rc6 that have smb part similar to 5.22 and i am able to mount smb of the router.
ros code[admin@MikroTik] > /ip smb shares add name=tst
shell code$ sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.88.1/tst ./mnt/ $ mount |grep cifs //192.168.88.1/tst on /home/janisk/test/mnt type cifs (rw)
Thanks for posting this. This patch personally came in handy for me.This fixes a problem where mounting a squashfs loop device inside linux guest would get autodetected as 'metafs' instead, wrongly mounting metafs (the mikrotik-shared filesystem) in place of the squashfs contents.
If you read my post over at this thread (which you posted to, by the way, so I know you have seen it!), I mentioned which version of OpenWRT 'trunk' was the last one to have support for kernel version 2.6.31. Of course, that by itself is no guarantee you will be able to build that revision of 'trunk' without difficulty. I can't say because I haven't tried. Your mileage may vary.Your answer isn't relevant for my question.
I want to know number of last revision supported by patch 1.2
Thank you for this information
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gcc g++ patch binutils bzip2 flex make gettext pkg-config unzip libz-dev libc6 ncurses-base ncurses-bin libncurses5-dev subversion git Mikrotik: svn checkout -r 33081 svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/ cd trunk/ wget http://www.mikrotik.com/download/metarouter/openwrt-metarouter-1.2.patch patch -p0 <openwrt-metarouter-1.2.patch make menuconfig
Ive messed with OpenWRT to get virtualization and packetfence support. All thats needed to run it directly is to enable Dynamic VLAN Assignment.. Go Vote here for it : http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=86461
I tried your patch but it crashes the router for a while when there is network connected:Based on http://naberius.de/2015/01/10/openwrt-b ... k-rb-2011/ - i've "fixed" the panic issuing network interfaces in Barrier Breaker.
The main issue with network is the rxbuf size. I did not made other checks, but i saw a packet that's >= 300bytes leads kernel to crash, what leads to 1600 (Old RXBUF) - 300 == 1300 - for some kind of another stuff. So i increased RXBUF to 10300 and compiled. Its running now a Privoxy and i tested a Ubuntu ISO download from a local mirror and archived my link total speed (5mbps), so for a baby step, is enough. Also in kdoc (link in gist above), skb_put really leads to panic if buffer dont fit the allocation.
I published the patch here: https://gist.github.com/leleobhz/61cd38b851d254a0cee6
Hi,There are some plans to create next patch for a newer openwrt, but nothing has been decided yet.
Have a similar query too, one thing are you using it for some workplace as you mentioned using several routers.I am also looking for an update Patch to bring Metarouter Supports for the OpenWRT Fork LEDE https://lede-project.org
I will be very cool if there will come a Update and I can use it on several Routers