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by anonymous

Hi

I am trying to download SDK file for RUTX1, but link don't work

https://rlan.bg/fls/products/13035-GPL

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/gpl/RUTX_R_GPL_00.02.06.1.tar.gz

Please advise

Felix

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by anonymous

Hello,

More information regarding SDK - https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Software_Development_Kit

Please, review this and if you have any questions we will be happy to answer.

Regards.

by anonymous
Thanks

How do I add custom files like "/etc/config/dhcp"?

I tried to add this folder "rutos-ipq40xx-rutx-gpl/files" but files are not added to the image

Any clues?

Thanks again

Felix
by anonymous
Works for me. Create the file as files/etc/config/dhcp, be sure to set the owner:group and permissions correctly.
by anonymous

ok I must be doing something wrong then :( - what do I set the ower:group to on my build root?

Se screen dump

Felix

by anonymous
The path is not correct, your files are in files/config and files/dropbear you must put them in files/etc/config and files/etc/dropbear.
by anonymous
Argh thx let me try that :)

Felix
by anonymous

Thanks it seems to work :)

Can I keep original configs and only overwrite the specific files I have in "files/xxx"?

It seems only to work if I uncheck "Keep all settings after firmware update" - but then all the other settings like simcard stuff is gone?

Felix

by anonymous

> Can I keep original configs and only overwrite the specific files I have in "files/xxx"?

No, the upgrade does an implicit backup, flash then restore the backup and that will overwrite /etc/config files with the originals.

Solution: don't keep settings but be sure to have everything set in files/etc files/root ...

by anonymous
Thanks a lot :)

Felix