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Topic: Attitude adjustment 12.09-rc2

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I've installed RC2 on WRT941ND.
System is running, but I don't see the uptime, local time.... on the overview.

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Thanks! That was the problem

Edit:
One more question. Since the size of RC2 is exactly like RC1 are there any differences?

(Last edited by stonecarver on 12 Apr 2013, 23:44)

rc2 ≠ rc1.

the file size matches the size of the kernel and squashfs partitions, which must be flashed entirely.

I installed RC2 on my TP-Link TL-WDR4300. Installation went absolutely smooth, so far no problems at all with RC2.

I'd really like to thank everyone involved in creating such a great release!! THANKS!

Running RC2 on a couple of Netgear WNDR3700 v1's with no trouble so far.

It was said that final 12.09 will use the same binaries as RC2 if there won't be any critical problems discovered. In fact, something already has been discovered shortly after that, but its not known whether that would be considered critical enough.

Upgrade to RC2 went fine here on multiple routers, all with functional wireless. Might be something entirely unrelated.

I upgraded to AA 12.09-rc2 from rc1 on a D-Link DIR-825 rev. B1 i now have 3 radios???
Generic 802.11bgn Wireless Controller (radio0) [Signal: -53 dBm / Noise: -86 dBm]
81%SSID: OpenWrt2.5G
Mode: Master
Channel: 5 (2.432 GHz)
Bitrate: 46 Mbit/s
BSSID: removed
Encryption: WPA2 PSK (CCMP)Generic 802.11an Wireless Controller (radio1) [Signal: 0 dBm / Noise: 0 dBm]
0%SSID: OpenWrt5G2
Mode: Unknown
Channel: 149 (5.745 GHz)
Bitrate: ? Mbit/s
Wireless is disabled or not associatedGeneric 802.11an Wireless Controller (radio2) [Signal: 0 dBm / Noise: -95 dBm]
0%SSID: OpenWrt5G
Mode: Master
Channel: 149 (5.745 GHz)
Bitrate: ? Mbit/s
BSSID:removed
Encryption: WPA PSK (CCMP)

is this normal as i thought the dir had only 2 2.5 and 5ghz radios

dmdelorme wrote:

I upgraded to AA 12.09-rc2 from rc1 on a D-Link DIR-825 rev. B1 i now have 3 radios???
...
is this normal as i thought the dir had only 2 2.5 and 5ghz radios

There is wifi misdetection and one of your radios has got duplicated, most likely due to old settings file. You might rename /etc/config/wireless, reboot and let the firmware to detect the two radios again. And then manually re-config the radios.

I am on RC1 and i want to upgrade.

Which one must i install, RC2 or 12.09?

omiez wrote:

I am on RC1 and i want to upgrade.

Which one must i install, RC2 or 12.09?

They are the same.

thanks that fixed the problem.... install 12.09-RC2

Installed RC2 and everything seems to work fine on WDR4300.

Upgraded this morning to AA-12.09-rc2 on my tp-link TL_WDR3600.
After the upgrade I had 4 instead of 2 wifi radios.

Renaming the file /etc/config/wireless and a reboot solved that problem.
After that I had to install the ddns package and some minor config issues.
But know every thing is running smooth again.

stupid question, have you make clean or make dirclean?

r36088 IS 12.09 final revision, AKA 12.09-rc2...

I think i do not understand what revision you want to compile ^^

in my understanding if you svn with

svn co svn://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/branches/attitude_adjustment

you should get 12.09.1 r37768...

https://dev.openwrt.org/browser/branches/attitude_adjustment/include/version.mk

(Last edited by nebbia88 on 24 Aug 2013, 20:56)

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