I am new to openwrt. dont even have my hardware yet, so forgive me if this information is wrong. I was hit by this issue and the above 4 line solution worked for me. I wanted to run openwrt in kvm/libvirt so I downloaded and unzipped this image. openwrt-x86-kvm_guest-combined-ext4.img. Here is the version I downloaded.
The OpenWrt full releases, such as the current 18.06.x series, ship with the LuCI WebUI installed. But for lower-memory devices, such as those with 4MBytes Flash and/or 32MBytes of RAM, the full install may fail because of lacking sufficient Flash memory so you will have to build your own image with LuCI included. Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International CC Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 LuCI - OpenWrt Configuration Interface. Contribute to openwrt/luci development by creating an account on GitHub. This is a presence detection scanner for OpenWrt using luci. Before this scanner can be used you have to install the luci RPC package on OpenWRT: # opkg install luci-mod-rpc To use this device tracker in your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file: The symptom is when trying to log in (but not always), or clicking on any of the links (but not always), LuCi will sit and spin like screenshot below. Eventually, it will either log in or the page will load, but sometime can take minutes for that to happen. Reported hardware: Linksys 3200acm Linksys 32x Linksys 1900acs
LuCi was available again at https://openwrt.lan:) As a bonus, LuCi has even had a bit of a makeover - it now looks more modern whilst retaining all of its previous functionality. In case you were wondering, flashing a sysupgrade from the GUI doesn't seem to be a problem if you are using an extroot overlay on a USB flash drive to increase your
May 18, 2016 · Topic: How to block some websites with LUCI (OpenWRT) The content of this topic has been archived on 7 Apr 2018. There are no obvious gaps in this topic, but there may still be some posts missing at the end. Mar 03, 2015 · General OpenWRT Setup. First thing to do is to flash the original firmware with OpenWRT. I don’t want to go into the details because they differ from router to router. At the end you should have an installed and working OpenWRT. I do not install LuCI to manage the router via web interface. Just ssh’ing into the box is fine.
The main page of the firmware is https://openwrt.org The router, flashed with OpenWRT firmware image, initially accepts connection only via the telnet protocol, so you should connect to it via telnet to the IP 192.168.1.1 and change the root password with command "passwd".
The OpenWrt full releases, such as the current 18.06.x series, ship with the LuCI WebUI installed. But for lower-memory devices, such as those with 4MBytes Flash and/or 32MBytes of RAM, the full install may fail because of lacking sufficient Flash memory so you will have to build your own image with LuCI included.