TekLager - Posted Apr 7th 2018
For anyone who wants to install OpenWRT/LEDE on APU2/APU3 board, here are two articles:
Installation instructions on APU2/APU3: https://teklager.se/en/knowledge-base/openwrt-installation-instructions/
WiFi access-point configuration instructions: https://teklager.se/en/knowledge-base/openwrt-wifi-configuration-instructions/
Both wle200nx and wle600vx work perfectly on OpenWRT 17.01.
wle600vx runs in full 802.11ac mode on 80MHz channel. I got 525Mbit/s between APU and my cell phone, which is absolutely amazing.
Hi, Thanks for this useful tutorial.... on the page:
in the section "Flash the SSD drive with the OpenWRT image" just to avoid confusion the output of the command should show:
dd if=openwrt-18.06.4-x86-64-combined-ext4.img of=/dev/sda bs=4M; sync;
with a lot more than 20 MB written and 4 records?
4+1 records in 4+1 records out 19852146 bytes (20 MB, 19 MiB) copied, 0.73956 s, 26.8 MB/s
I am still a bit stuck... I have the OpenWRT image installed to the SSD and now need to re-size the partition (in this case /dev/sda2) from 268 MB to use the rest of the SSD.
The section "Rezise the OpenWRT partition to use the entire disk space" states:
"Make sure you have parted installed (apt-get install parted) .
Boot your debian USB and issue the following command to see your patition table:"
Booting the Debian USB to a useful shell... how? The only option for a shell is the reduced ash shell with no fdisk/parted etc.
Do I really want to go through the installation process?
At least I can get to the disk partitioning stage and try to manually configure /dev/sda2 to be re-sized to 30G... but this hangs on checking the partition, which now claims to be ext2? In fact, both /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda2 claim to be ext2... whereas
should give me ext4... have I made an error somewhere?