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OpenWrt 22.03.0

Dostępne jest stabilne wydanie OpenWrt 22.03.0. Zmian w stosunku do wersji z poprzedniego roku jest sporo, zarówno konfiguracyjnych jak i zmian w programach (m.in wprowadzenie nftables w firewallu). Jeżeli ktoś jeszcze nie używał tego wydania (i wersji -rc) to najwyższa pora rozważyć proces migracji na nowe wydanie OpenWrt.

Informacja o wydaniu (EN):

Cytuj:
The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the first stable release of the OpenWrt 22.03 stable version series. It incorporates over 3800 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 21.02 release and has been under development for about one year.

Download firmware image for your device (firmware selector):
* https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/?version=22.03.0
Download firmware images directly from OpenWrt download servers:
* https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0/targets/


Highlights in OpenWrt 22.03.0
=============================

Firewall4 based on nftables
===========================
Firewall4 is used by default, superseding the iptables-based firewall3 implementation in the OpenWrt default images. Firewall4 uses nftables instead of iptables to configure the Linux netfilter ruleset.

Firewall4 keeps the same UCI firewall configuration syntax and should work as a drop-in replacement for fw3 with most common setups, emitting nftables rules instead of iptables ones.

Including custom firewall rules through /etc/firewall.user still works, but requires marking the file as compatible first, otherwise it is ignored. Firewall4 additionally allows to include nftables snippets. The firewall documentation https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/fir ... figuration explains how to include custom firewall rules with firewall4. Some community packages that add firewall rules might not work for now, and will need to be adapted to fw4: this will happen gradually throughout the lifetime of the 22.03 release series.

The legacy iptables utilities are not included in the default images anymore, but can be added back using opkg or the Image Builder if needed. The transitional packages iptables-nft, arptables-nft, ebtables-nft and xtables-nft can be used to create nftables rules using the old iptables command line syntax.

Many new devices added
======================
OpenWrt 22.03 supports over 1580 devices. Support for over 180 new devices was added in addition to the device support by OpenWrt 21.02. OpenWrt 22.03 supports more than 15 devices capable of Wifi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) using the MediaTek MT7915 wifi chip.

More targets converted to DSA
=============================
The following targets or boards were migrated from swconfig to DSA with OpenWrt 22.03 in addition to the systems already migrated with OpenWrt 21.02:

* bcm53xx: All board using this target were converted to DSA
* lantiq: All boards using the xrx200 / vr9 SoC
* sunxi: Bananapi Lamobo R1 (only sunxi board with switch)

Dark mode in LuCI
=================
The LuCI bootstrap design supports a dark mode. The default design activates dark mode depending on the browser settings. Change it manually at ?System? -> ?System? -> ?Language and Style?.

Year 2038 problem handled
=========================
OpenWrt 22.03 uses musl 1.2.x, which changed the time_t type from 32 bit to 64 bit on 32 bit systems, on 64 bit system it was always 64 bit long. When a Unix time stamp is stored in a signed 32 bit integer it will overflow on 19 January 2038. With the change to 64 bit this will happen 292 billion years later. This is a change of the musl libc ABI and needs a recompilation of all user space applications linked against musl libc. For 64 bit systems this was done when the ABI was defined many years ago, the glibc ARC ABI already has a 64 bit time_t.

Core components update
======================
Core components have the following versions in 22.03.0:

* Updated toolchain:
* musl libc 1.2.3
* glibc 2.34
* gcc 11.2.0
* binutils 2.37
* Updated Linux kernel
* 5.10.138 for all targets
* Network:
* hostapd 2.10, dnsmasq 2.86, dropbear 2022.82
* cfg80211/mac80211 from kernel 5.15.58
* System userland:
* busybox 1.35.0

In addition to the listed applications, many others were also updated see the detailed Changelog for more information.https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/changelog-22.03.0


Upgrading to 22.03.0
====================
Sysupgrade can be used to upgrade a device from OpenWrt 21.02 to 22.03, and configuration will be preserved in most cases. Upgrades from a previous 22.03.0 release candidate are also supported.

* Sysupgrade from 19.07 to 22.03 is not supported.
* There is no migration path for targets that switched from swconfig to DSA. In that case, sysupgrade will refuse to proceed with an appropriate error message:

Image version mismatch. image 1.1 device 1.0 Please wipe config during upgrade (force required) or reinstall. Config cannot be migrated from swconfig to DSA Image check failed

-----------------


Full release notes and upgrade instructions are available at https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/notes-22.03.0

In particular, make sure to read the regressions and known issues before upgrading: https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/note ... own_issues

For a detailed list of all changes since 21.02, refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/changelog-22.03.0

To download the 22.03.0 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0/
Use OpenWrt Firmware Selector to download: https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/?version=22.03.0

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

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

---

To stay informed of new OpenWrt releases and security advisories, there are new channels available:

a low-volume mailing list for important announcements: https://lists.openwrt.org/mailman/listi ... t-announce

a dedicated "announcements" section in the forum: https://forum.openwrt.org/c/announcements/14

other announcement channels (such as RSS feeds) might be added in the future, they will be listed at https://openwrt.org/contact

  Więcej na forum…  

OpenWrt 22.03-rc6

Kolejne wersja OpenWrt oznaczona 22.03-rc6 została wydania. Nie ma w niej jakiś wielkich zmian, zostały wykonane główne aktualizacje kernela oraz bibliotek kryptograficznych.

Informacja o wydaniu poniżej (EN):

Cytuj:
The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the sixth release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 22.03 stable version series. It incorporates over 3500 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 21.02 release and has been under development for about one year.

This is just a release candidate and not the final release yet.

Download firmware images using the OpenWrt Firmware Selector:
* https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/? ... 2.03.0-rc6
Download firmware images directly from our download servers:
* https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc6/

Changes between OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc5 and 22.03.0-rc6
===================================================

Software updates
================
* Linux kernel updated to version 5.10.134 (from 5.10.127 in v22.03.0-rc5)
* mac80211 updated to version 5.15.58-1 (from 5.15.33-1 in v22.03.0-rc5)
* wolfssl updated to version 5.4.0 (from 5.3.0 in v22.03.0-rc5)
* openssl update to version 1.1.1q (from 1.1.1p in v22.03.0-rc5)
* intel-microcode update to version 20220510 (from 20220207 in v22.03.0-rc5)

Misc changes
============
* wolfssl: Deactivate CPU acceleration by default
* wolfssl: Make package shared again

Device support
============
* New devices
* ramips: Netgear WAX202
* bcm53xx: NAT performance increase

Many other changes in all parts of OpenWrt, see Changelog for details. https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc6

-----------------


Full release notes and upgrade instructions are available at https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/notes-22.03.0-rc6

In particular, make sure to read the regressions and known issues before upgrading: https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/note ... own_issues

For a detailed list of all changes since 22.03-rc5, refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc6

To download the 22.03.0-rc6 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc6/
Use OpenWrt Firmware Selector to download: https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/? ... 2.03.0-rc6

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

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

---

To stay informed of new OpenWrt releases and security advisories, there are new channels available:

* a low-volume mailing list for important announcements: https://lists.openwrt.org/mailman/listi ... t-announce

* a dedicated "announcements" section in the forum: https://forum.openwrt.org/c/announcements/14

* other announcement channels (such as RSS feeds) might be added in the future, they will be listed at https://openwrt.org/contact

  Więcej na forum…  

OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc5

Aktualizacje - to było głównym tematem dostępnego właśnie wydania kandydującego OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc5. Poniżej informacja o wydaniu (EN):

Cytuj:
The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the fifth release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 22.03 stable version series. It incorporates over 3500 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 21.02 release and has been under development for about one year.

This is just a release candidate and not the final release yet.

Download firmware images using the OpenWrt Firmware Selector:
* https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/? ... 2.03.0-rc5
Download firmware images directly from our download servers:
* https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc5/


Changes between OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc4 and 22.03.0-rc5
===================================================

Software updates
================
* Linux kernel updated to version 5.10.127 (from 5.10.120 in v22.03.0-rc4)
* openssl update to version 1.1.1p (from 1.1.1o in v22.03.0-rc4)
* mt76 update to version 2022-07-03 (from 2022-03-15 in v22.03.0-rc4)
* wireless-regdb update to version 2022.06.06 (from 2022.02.18 in v22.03.0-rc4)

Misc changes
============
* firewall4: multiple updates
* iptables: default to ip(6)tables-nft
* hostapd: Add owe_transition_ifname option

Device support
============
* New devices
* ath79: RouterBOARD mAP
* mediatek: Ubiquiti UniFi 6 LR v2
* rampis: ZyXEL NBG-419N v2: fix booting
* Activate ARM64 crypto extensions in supported ARM64 target kernels
* Update uboot-mvebu to version v2022.04
* ipq40xx: mikrotik: provide BDF-s on demand


Many other changes in all parts of OpenWrt, see Changelog for details.
https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc5

-----------------


Full release notes and upgrade instructions are available at https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/notes-22.03.0-rc5

In particular, make sure to read the regressions and known issues before upgrading: https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/note ... own_issues

For a detailed list of all changes since 22.03-rc4, refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc5

To download the 22.03.0-rc5 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc5/
Use OpenWrt Firmware Selector to download: https://firmware-selector.openwrt.org/? ... 2.03.0-rc5

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

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

---

To stay informed of new OpenWrt releases and security advisories, there are new channels available:

* a low-volume mailing list for important announcements: https://lists.openwrt.org/mailman/listi ... t-announce

* a dedicated "announcements" section in the forum: https://forum.openwrt.org/c/announcements/14

* other announcement channels (such as RSS feeds) might be added in the future, they will be listed at https://openwrt.org/contact

  Więcej na forum…  

OpenWrt 22.03-rc4

Oficjalnie ogłoszono dostępność wersji OpenWrt 22.03-rc4. Nie było informacji o -rc2 i -rc3 z powodów wymienionych poniżej; ostatecznie mamy jednak kolejną wersję. Zmiany to głównie aktualizacje i usprawnienia.
Informacja o wydaniu (EN):

Cytuj:
The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the fourth release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 22.03 stable version series. It incorporates over 3500 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 21.02 release and has been under development for about one year.

This is just a release candidate and not the final release yet.

Download firmware images directly from our download servers:
* https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc4/

OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc2 was skipped because the URL of the release repository was not updated correctly.

OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc3 was skipped because of a severe problem in firewall4.


Changes between OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc1 and 22.03.0-rc4
===================================================

Software updates
================
* Linux kernel updated to version 5.10.120 (from 5.4.111 in v22.03.0-rc1)
* wolfssl Update to version 5.3.0 (from 5.2.0 in v22.03.0-rc1)
* openssl Update to version 1.1.1o (from 1.1.1n in v22.03.0-rc1)

Misc changes
============
* ucode: many updates
* firewall4: many updates
* Multiple fixes for flow offload fixing problems with IPv6 and PPPoE

Device support
============
* New devices
* ath79: TP-Link Deco M4R
* ath79: Netgear WNDAP360
* ath79: MikroTik RouterBOARD 952Ui-5ac2nD (hAP ac lite)
* ath79: MikroTik RouterBOARD 951Ui-2nD (hAP)
* ath79: Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5
* bcm53xx: Asus RT-AC88U
* ipq806x: Arris TR4400 v2
* ramips: YunCore AX820
* ramips: TP-Link RE650 v2
* ramips: Wavlink WL-WN533A8
* ramips: SERCOMM NA502S
* ramips: Cudy X6
* realtek: ZyXEL GS1900-16
* realtek: ZyXEL GS1900-24E
* lantiq: Add upstream vectoring support


Many other changes in all parts of OpenWrt, see Chnagelog for details.

-----------------


Full release notes and upgrade instructions are available at https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/notes-22.03.0-rc4

In particular, make sure to read the regressions and known issues before upgrading: https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/note ... own_issues

For a detailed list of all changes since 22.03-rc1, refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc4

To download the 22.03.0-rc4 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc4/

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

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

---

To stay informed of new OpenWrt releases and security advisories, there are new channels available:

* a low-volume mailing list for important announcements: https://lists.openwrt.org/mailman/listi ... t-announce

* a dedicated "announcements" section in the forum: https://forum.openwrt.org/c/announcements/14

* other announcement channels (such as RSS feeds) might be added in the future, they will be listed at https://openwrt.org/contact

  Więcej na forum…  

OpenWrt 22.03.0-rc1

Oto nowe wydanie OpenWrt, a właściwie wersja kandydująca oznaczona numerem 22.03.0-rc1. Zawiera ono setki zmian, aktualizacji, poprawek oraz nowości. Jedną z nich jest nowy firewall4 korzystający z mechanizmu nftables obecnego w kernelu linuksowym już od 8 lat.

Poniżej informacja o wydaniu (EN):

Cytuj:
The OpenWrt community is proud to announce the first release candidate of the upcoming OpenWrt 22.03 stable version series. It incorporates over 3400 commits since branching the previous OpenWrt 21.02 release and has been under development for about one year.

This is just a release candidate and not the final release yet.

Download firmware images directly from our download servers:
* https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc1/

Main changes from OpenWrt 21.02:
================================

Firewall4 based on nftables
===========================

Firewall4 is used by default instead of firewall3 in the OpenWrt default images. Firewall4 uses nftables instead of iptables to configure the Linux netfilters.

Firewall4 uses the same UCI firewall configuration. Old firewall configurations should still work with firewall4, using nftables now. The extra option which allowed to add custom iptables commands does not work any more.

iptables is not included in the default images any more, it can be added with opkg or ImageBuilder if needed. iptables-nft, arptables-nft, ebtables-nft and xtables-nft provide the known command line interface from the old tools, but they will create nftables entries instead.


Many new devices added
======================

OpenWrt 22.03 supports over 1550 devices. Support for over 160 new devices was added in addition to the device support by OpenWrt 21.02.
OpenWrt 22.03 supports more than 10 devices capable of Wifi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) using the MediaTek MT7915 wifi chip.
* The qoriq target for the NXP QorIQ (PowerPC) was added in OpenWrt 22.03.
* The bmips target for the Boardcom MIPS BCM33xx, BCM63xx and BCM7xxx SoCs was added.


More targets converted to DSA
=============================

The following targets or boards were migrated from swconfig to DSA with OpenWrt 22.03 in addition to the systems already migrated with OpenWrt 21.02:
* bcm53xx: All board using this target were converted to DSA
* lantiq: All boards using the xrx200 / vr9 SoC
* sunxi: Bananapi Lamobo R1 (only sunxi board with switch)


Dark mode in LuCI
=================

The LuCI bootstrap design supports a dark mode. The default design activates dark mode depending on the browser settings. Change it manually at ?System? -> ?System? -> ?Language and Style?.


Year 2038 problem handled
=========================

OpenWrt 22.03 uses musl 1.2.x, which changed the time_t type from 32 bit to 64 bit on 32 bit systems, on 64 bit system it was always 64 bit long. When a Unix time stamp is stored in a signed 32 bit integer it will overflow on 19 January 2038. With the change to 64 bit this will happen
292 billion years later. This is a change of the musl libc ABI and needs a recompilation of all user space applications linked against musl libc. For 64 bit systems this was done when the ABI was defined many years ago, the glibc ARC ABI already has a 64 bit time_t.


Core components update
======================

Core components have the following versions in 22.03.0-rc1:
* Updated toolchain:
* musl libc 1.2.3
* glibc 2.34
* gcc 11.2.0
* binutils 2.37
* Updated Linux kernel
* 5.10.111 for all targets
* Network:
* hostapd 2.10, dnsmasq 2.86, dropbear 2022.82
* cfg80211/mac80211 from kernel 5.15.33
* System userland:
* busybox 1.35.0

In addition to the listed applications, many others were also updated.

-----------------


Full release notes and upgrade instructions are available at https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/notes-22.03.0-rc1

In particular, make sure to read the regressions and known issues before
upgrading: https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/note ... own_issues

For a detailed list of all changes since 21.02, refer to https://openwrt.org/releases/22.03/chan ... 2.03.0-rc1

To download the 22.03.0-rc1 images, navigate to: https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/22.03.0-rc1/

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

Have fun!

The OpenWrt Community

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