Compile DD-Wrt from source for MIPS (Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH)

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maddes.b
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2011 17:24    Post subject: Compile DD-Wrt from source for MIPS (Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH) Reply with quote
Hello Devs,

there's a lot of info how to setup the build environment in the Wiki and in the forum.
But I couldn't find any info how to build for specific platforms.

Development OS: Debian GNU/Linux, 64-Bit (as the toolchains are precompiled for AMD64), Release 6 "Squeeze"
Packages installed: build-essential subversion linux-libc-dev binutils asciidoc bzip2 fastjar flex gawk libgtk2.0-dev intltool libz-dev ncurses-dev libssl-dev patch perl-modules rsync ruby unzip wget gettext xsltproc libxml-parser-perl zip ccache
Development user: root

Setting up the environment for DD-Wrt was easy as it has similar prerequisites as for OpenWrt.
The smaller checkout of the DD-Wrt v24 source without kernel sources through ddwrt_selective_co.sh took me 17 mins for 3.6 GB.
But the 1GB heavy bzipped toolchain download and 3GB extracted was unexpected.

Target: Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH (MIPS not MIPSel, see also OpenWrt info)
uname -a: Linux router 2.6.34.9-svn17089 #6029 Tue Jun 14 05:56:45 CEST 2011 mips unknown
DD-Wrt Toolchain: mips_r2 linaro (toolchain from 2011-05-25, still current on 2012-01-02)
Config: ??? src/router/configs/ar7xxx/.config_wzrg300nh ???
Makefile: ??? src/router/Makefile.pb42 ???
Linux dir: ??? src/linux/pb42/linux-2.6.34.6 ???

Did I choose the correct setup for the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH?
Correct config, makefile and linuxdir?

All information, hints and links are greatly appreciated.

How I try to build DD-Wrt:
Code:
# preparations
PATH=${HOME}/work/dd-wrt/toolchains/toolchain-mips_r2_gcc-linaro_uClibc-0.9.32/bin:$PATH

cd ~/work/dd-wrt/trunk/ ; # here's the working copy
REV=`svnversion` ; # may take some time (once)

cd src/router

cp configs/ar7xxx/.config_wzrg300nh .config
# correct path in .config to src/linux/pb42/linux-2.6.34.6
# disable CONFIG_MADWIFI and CONFIG_SUPERCHANNEL due to missing register_check.o

script -f -c 'make -f Makefile.pb42 all' "compile_log.dd-wrt.${REV}.`date +%Y%m%d_%H%M%S`.log" ; # log all output for later analysis

My directory setup in ~:
Code:
~/work/dd-wrt
-> current-toolchains.tar.bz2
-> toolchains/
 --> armb-4.3.2/
 --> toolchain-*/
 --> sources/
 --> staging_dir_*/
-> trunk/ (r18074)
 --> .cvsignore
 --> .project
 --> Makefile
 --> ar5315_microredboot/
 --> image/
 --> opt/
 --> redboot/
 --> src/
 --> tools/

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 17:40    Post subject: Reply with quote
it doesnt make sense cau u wont get any wifi driver. its not gpl
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 18:42    Post subject: Reply with quote
Actually I could live without W-LAN/Wifi for my test builds.
More important to me is to be able to test my enhancements before sending in a patch.
Would increase the quality of my patches and reduce the time for the developers to test, discuss and implement.

Still it would be great to know how DD-Wrt is currently build for WZR-HP-G300NH.

P.S.:
What DD-Wrt platform is GPL or can be completly build for testing?
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