LEDE v17.01.0
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Autor:  obsy [ 22 lut 2017, 20:08 ]
Tytuł:  LEDE v17.01.0

Krótko i oficjalnie już: LEDE v17.01.0 jest już dostępne!
The LEDE Community is proud to announce the first stable version of the LEDE 17.01 version series.

LEDE 17.01.0 "Reboot" incorporates thousands of commits over the last nine months of effort. With this release, the LEDE development team closes out an intense effort to modernize many parts of OpenWrt and incorporate many new modules, packages, and technologies.


Some selected highlights of this release are:

* Linux kernel updated to version 4.4.50 (from 3.18 in Chaos Calmer)
* Update of essential software:
- dnsmasq updated to 2.76 (from 2.73 in Chaos Calmer)
- busybox updated to 1.25.1 (from 1.23.2 in Chaos Calmer)
- mbedtls version 2.4.0 (from polarssl 1.3.14 in Chaos Calmer)
- openssl updated to 1.0.2k
* Improved Security Features
- Use SHA256 instead of MD5 to validate source code for packages
- mbedtls: disable SSLv3 support
- OpenSSL: disable support for compression, heartbeats, NPN, Whirlpool, and J-PAKE
- Memory Corruption Mitigation Methods
# gcc -Wformat -Wformat-security
# User space Stack-Smashing Protection (Regular)
# Kernel space Stack-Smashing Protection (Regular)
# buffer-overflows detection (FORTIFY_SOURCE) (Conservative)
3 RELRO protection (Full)
* Improved Networking Support
- Smart Queue Management (SQM) minimizes bufferbloat by using the cake and fq_codel qdisc's.
- Improvements to the WiFi stack eliminating bufferbloat on ath9k, mt76 and some ath10k chipsets
- Airtime fairness scheduler for ath9k to prevent slow stations from hogging too much airtime
- Various stability and regression fixes to the Linux wireless stack and ath9k in particular
- Provide alternative Candela-Tech ath10k-ct driver
- IPv6 hardening
* Updated toolchain
- musl 1.1.16
- gcc 5.4.0
- binutils 2.25.1
* Platform and Driver Support
- Lantiq
# Added redistributable DSL firmware
# Updated DSL phy drivers
- Added new targets:
# apm821xx (AppliedMicro APM821xx)
# arc770 (Synopsys DesignWare ARC 770D)
# archs38 (Synopsys DesignWare ARC HS38)
# armvirt (QEMU ARM Virtual Machine)
# ipq806x (Qualcomm Atheros IPQ806X)
# layerscape (NXP Layerscape)
# zynq (Xilinx Zynq 7000 SoCs)
- Reorganized x86 target:
# Drop dedicated Xen DomU target, merged with x86/generic
# Enable AES-NI support
- Removed targets:
# realview, replaced by armvirt
# ppc44x, disabled due to code brokeness
# netlogic, dropped due to no available hardware
* Build system improvements
- Separation of base system and community feeds to simplify distribution of binary package updates
- Fixes and enhancements in package dependency handling, better support for virtual provides
- Per-device rootfs images to better tune package selection to each individual device profile
- New image build code improving compilation times and simplifying device profile declarations
- New package/.../check make target to run a series of standard diagnostics on Makefiles
- Support for fetching sources using Curl
- Generate reproducible source tarballs when packing SCM checkouts
* Image Builder / SDK
- Rework library bundling to allow for better portability between different Linux distributions
- Add support for building kernel modules using the SDK
* Added support for a many new routers and boards

For a detailed list of changes since 17.01.0-rc2 refer to ... 01.0-final

For a complete list of changes since the start of the LEDE project, see ... og-17.01.0


Known issues:

* Available space on devices with only 4MB flash is very low, users requiring extra packages might want to consider using the image builder to repack custom images

* The available memory on devices with 32MB RAM might be too low to reliably run opkg or sysupgrade operations, especially in conjunction with LuCI

* Any outstanding issues reported at


For latest information about the 17.01 series, refer to the wiki at:

To download the v17.01.0 images, navigate to:


A big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters and supporters.

Have fun!

The LEDE Community

Autor:  rilicek [ 19 mar 2017, 20:25 ]
Tytuł:  Re: LEDE v17.01.0

Czy można OpenWrt Chaos Calmer 15.05 / LuCI (git-15.322.41240-4e44955) zaktualizować do LEDE przez sysupgrade.bin z zachowaniem ustawień? Czy lepiej zrobić czystą instalację przez factory.bin?

Autor:  obsy [ 19 mar 2017, 20:28 ]
Tytuł:  Re: LEDE v17.01.0

Sysupgrade bez zachowywania zmian. I później czasami backupu nie odtwarzaj tylko ustaw ręcznie.

Autor:  rilicek [ 19 mar 2017, 20:33 ]
Tytuł:  Re: LEDE v17.01.0

Dziękuje za informacje.

Czy na WD N750 odczuje jakaś różnicę wydajności? Czy raczej cudów nie bądzie?

Autor:  obsy [ 19 mar 2017, 20:52 ]
Tytuł:  Re: LEDE v17.01.0

W wydajności nie.

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