I don’t know if I’ve ever seen such a succinct and clear organization of security topics for Open Wrt development.
While each of these topics is valuable and deserves exploration, one area of particular interest is automatically updating Open Wrt devices.
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Run "./scripts/feeds update -a" to get all the latest package definitions defined in / default respectively and "./scripts/feeds install -a" to install symlinks of all of them into package/feeds/. You can use "scripts/flashing/flash.sh" for remotely updating your embedded system via tftp. You will need a La Te X distribution and the tex4ht package to build the documentation. To build your own firmware you need to have access to a Linux, BSD or Mac OSX system (case-sensitive filesystem required).
Cygwin will not be supported because of the lack of case sensitiveness in the file system.
We’ve begun initial discussions about this project on the prplwrt mailing list.
As part of this effort, we need help understanding the needs (and wants) of manufacturers, service providers, community firmware creators, users, really anyone with an interest in the topic of automatically updating Open Wrt devices.
These groups often have a limited set of models to support.
By shrinking the list of devices, groups can feasibly create and manage Open Wrt autoupdates.
A recent thread started by Brian Smith on the Open Wrt-Devel mailing list caught my attention.
Along with a corresponding wiki entry, it highlighted some important security topics related to Open Wrt.
Please use "make menuconfig" to configure your appreciated configuration for the toolchain and firmware.
This is the buildsystem for the Open Wrt Linux distribution.
Every so often, a piece of software on the device will check a trusted server to see if updates are available and, if they are, will download and install the update with minimal input from the user.