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Requires integration of patches 000,001&002 from Currently testing how to integrate patches into debwrt build.

Advice: Focus on and even more on

Great thanks for the advice, while those two pages aim to bring about long term support for this device these patches are the solution in the present time . I have accomplished creating a stable openwrt build based upon revision 26126 with the above patches. How can I change the debwrt settings to retrieve build 26126 instead of the latest?

Present time for Openwrt is revision 26869. A make openwrt/update will bring you to that Openwrt revision. In other words: The request How to go back?, is seen. The answer is Go forward''

This is untested, poorly written, but might answer the [*] question.

# do a succesfull build of debwrt, assuming in /usr/src/debwrt
cd /usr/src/debwrt/build/openwrt-brcm47xx-Broadcom-b43-trunk-default
svn info # shows that openwrt had more then seven hunderd commits since r26126
svn diff > debwrt_patches  
patch -Rp0 < debwrt_patches # undo the debwrt changes
svn update -r26126
svn info # shows that you are at revision 26126
patch -p0 < debwrt_patches # re-apply the debwrt changes
# find a way to trigger the build of the openwrt part of debwrt

About the [*]: Frankly, I think it is a stupid question.

If I was stakeholder for the ASUS RT-N16, I would build a recent OpenWRT image.

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