OpenWrt 18.06.6 - Sixth Service Release - 6 January 2020

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 OpenWrt 18.06.6, r7957-d81a8a3e29

The OpenWrt Project is a Linux operating system targeting embedded devices. It is a complete replacement for the vendor-supplied firmware of a wide range of wireless routers and non-network devices. See the Table of Hardware for supported devices. For more information about OpenWrt project organization, see the About OpenWrt pages.

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The OpenWrt Community is proud to announce the sixth service release of the stable OpenWrt 18.06 series. OpenWrt 18.06.6 incorporates security updates for base packages, new versions of the Linux kernel, a bug fix related to signature verification, and fixes for various devices.

Some selected highlights of this service release are:

  • Linux kernel updated from 4.9.198 to 4.9.208 and from 4.14.151 to 4.14.162
  • Security fixes for the following base packages: e2fsprogs, openssl, uhttpd
  • LXC and netns fixes for an issue that could cause kernel panics
  • PCIe reset crash fix on brcmfmac
  • Device detection fix for all Mikrotik devices, fixing sysupgrade for newer devices
  • Device support fixes for several devices: lantiq, Archer C20i, Mikrotik RBM33G, TL-WDR3320 v2, TL-WDR3600, TL-WDR4300, TL-WDR4310, TL-WDR4900 v2, Archer C5, Archer C7, MW4530R, WeVO 11AC NAS, WeVO W2914NS v2, ASUS WL-330N, Asus WL-330N3G, Samsung CY-SWR1100, Ravpower WD03

For more details, please see the detailed Changelog.

Note that updates to the package feeds are available immediately to all minor releases of OpenWrt: there is no need to upgrade to a new OpenWrt image to install newer versions of a package. This applies to core OpenWrt packages as well as community-maintained packages.

As always, a big thank you goes to all our active package maintainers, testers, documenters, and supporters.

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