whell ive catched up the last 15 pages.. and..
regarding that link spinlock seems to be a kernel problem where waiting threads wait too much and maybe pile up waiting generating heat consuming resources
regarding heat.. you guys can test it easy.. put a hairdrier on the router and see the effects.. repeat several times for test of proof
regarding counterfeited goods
https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php … 73#p294773
v1 vs v2 stock is determined by the retailers, entirely dependent on how many hundreds/thousands of units they still have left of v1. An analogy would be what occurred with Axe Kilo deodorant, where Axe stopped production on it over 5 years ago, yet it could still be found in major retailers until about a year ago due to the enormous stock that warehouses had built up.
4 years of global demand is very expensive to store.. ill say you check your local crock for counterfeited goods to see if he still fakes labels.. just saying
regarding RickStep still crying around.. im flaming dont shoot
https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php … 83#p295183
I have never opened up my router. However, looking through the ventilation holes in the case it looks like there is a 3 inch (75mm) x another dimension (which I can't see). <i suppose you refer to heatsink>
i remember you before you bought this "garbage" .. and i quoted you the first post from this thread
https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php … 86#p230686
Because of these issues, we would currently recommend against purchasing this device until we have the missing pieces of software to make it functional with OpenWrt.
The Linksys press release claims that the device is "OpenWrt ready" and "Open Source ready". Given how much is still missing, and that not even the GPL code for this device was posted to the Linksys GPL code center, we consider these claims to be premature and unfortunately misleading.
my question is: why did you bought it??? considering you bought it knowing all the problems.. why do you complain???
ps: im lecturing your posts.. thx for the inside
It's been a little tiring listening to the constant complaining from one individual.
id say hes kind of right though regarding opensource ready.. merchandise.. nice trick/scam.. although he bought the product knowing the problems.. mind boggling
(Last edited by makarel on 10 Oct 2015, 23:37)