Before I report a bug, can some intrepid soul try a fresh sysupgrade install and see if everything goes smoothly? I keep getting corrupt installs and having to force reinstall packages to work correctly. Often LUCI will either not work correctly (Bad Gateway), or the themes will be broken (just look like unstyled HTML), or libiwinfo-lua won't be working correctly and you can't see anything about the wireless. Some other times it brings up errors with opkg and the .list files for the package. Sometimes directories for the package config files aren't created.
Here are the packages I install:
opkg install luci luci-theme-material
opkg install luci-app-uhttpd luci-app-upnp
opkg install ddns-scripts ddns-scripts_no-ip_com luci-app-ddns
opkg install sqm-scripts luci-app-sqm
opkg install openssh-sftp-server nano
I've tried installing one by one, and all as a big list together, and all of them are giving similar random failure results. Always seems to end up in one of the failure above -- not sure what else isn't working right then. I haven't had this kind of install problem before.
I tried going back to either of the two working builds I had before, and they would work, but sqm would fail since it requires a kmod that no longer matches the kernel version.
Between this and the wireless issue, it seems like stock is running better at the moment.
Edit: I should also note that once something seems to have gone wrong, the SSH shell named turns from
(Last edited by TeutonJon78 on 2 Sep 2016, 11:36)