WiFi Pineapple firmware builder. Build the latest firmware
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README.md

WORK IN PROCESS!

This is still a work in process, it's for education purposes only. It makes our gl-ar150 run openwrt with HAK5 pineapples skin. The only thing that is not working is the pineapd. in the pineapd.bin there is a hardware check but I am still not sure what check this is. I will try and debug it and update this build from time to time. if you want to help out let me know!

Issues

PineAPD not starting

This is a known issue that I cannot fix at this point. The error is as follows:

do_page_fault(): sending SIGSEGV to pineapd for invalid read access from 0000005c
[ 515.263461] epc = 770088a1 in libpcap.so.1[77000000+2b000]
[ 515.268826] ra = 004053f8 in pineapd[400000+e000]

At this point I can not debug this so I have no idea where it is crashing. If someone does know what it is checking please let me know here: https://github.com/d1slact0r/pineapple-firmware-builder/issues/1

Firmware

If you have something that is missing in the build (like firmware) let me know. I made it as complete as possible but I can't know all the firmwares.

How To Run

The most common way to build the firmware is simply to run build_pineapple.sh. This will check for newer upstream code, download it and compile the firmware for the ar-150. If your currently synced code/built firmware is at its newest, nothing will be done. There are several flags you can use though.

  • -f will force a build. Traditionally, if the currently synced upstream code is at its most current, the script will not build the code if it was already built on said codebase. This will force a rebuild to take place.
  • -c will make a clean build. This will delete all upstream code, download the most recent (again) and compile the firmware.