In recent OpenWRT releases, the build fails because there is a couple of error messages indicating that the luasocket sources contain undefined references to `__stack_chk_fail_local’.
If you compiled OpenWRT’s Chaos Calmer 15.05.1 stable release from source and installed git by opkg, you will get a git version which is both outdated (version 2.3.5-1 while the
After my recent upgrade of duplicity to version 0.7.07, the software suddenly refused to connect to my webdav storage provider throwing an error message that the SSL cerificate failed to
This post describes the update procedure for an ownCloud instance running on an OpenWRT installation. Note that you have to update your owncloud installation in rather small steps. You normally
XMPP is an open source protocol for instant messaging, audio and video conferencing and data exchange. It is superior to solutions like WhatsApp, Skype or Facetime because it is decentralized
A couple of months ago, I already presented a method to compile duplicity for OpenWRT. With the release of oWRT’s Chaos Calmer, a few of the major obstacles have disappeared,
Nature: Bug fix / Workaround
Applies to: Chaos Calmer 15.05
Replaces info from: http://hobbykeller.spdns.de/?p=561
The davfs2 package which ships with OpenWRT’s Chaos Calmer (15.05) version may not compile correctly when building the oWRT binaries. It is typical of the bug that the compilation
Unfortunately, the versatility which comes with Eclipse’s EGit plugin makes it also quite complex. Maybe for those who use conventional git servers such as github or bitbucket EGit is self-explanatory
If you want do serious programming, you sooner or later need to work with a version control system such as Subversion, Mercrurial or – probably the best choice – git.
I recently wanted to run duplicity (a wonderful tool which allows rsync-style backups to a remote location with gpg encryption) on my oWRT router. Unfortunately, the tool was not included