[lime-dev] Community profiles

Anthony Garcia androidclone at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 20:37:59 UTC 2017

HI Nicolas,

Thank you for your quick response and continued support! I have reinstalled
my sdk to rule out user error. When I try to load libremesh/encrypt-11s
community profile as a test, Cooker sees the
--community=libremesh/encrypt-11s switch but does not cook lime-defaults in
the etc/config folder. I have unpacked my squashfs-root in the output to
verify that the changes were not made. Strangely enough the wpad-mesh
specified from the PACKAGES file is added but anything else in my
root/etc/config folder is ignored. I am using the develop branch on a fresh
install using the wireless-compat fix. Here is my pastebin log

I forgot to connect to the internet during the compile but all of the files
were already updated/downloaded. I do not see any errors during compile. I
have tried several other profiles with the same result. PACKAGES hook will



On Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 9:51 PM, Nicolas Pace <nico at libre.ws> wrote:

> On Wed, 2017-11-01 at 16:46 +0200, Anthony Garcia wrote:
> > Hello Libremesh team, first and foremost thank you for your hard work
> > and effort that has gone into creating this platform.
> Yes, a big kudos for every one of us for the community project we are
> doing! :)
> > I have a question regarding the creation of local network profiles.
> > Based on the directory structure for the community profiles
> > established. In order to customize the firmware are we supposed to
> > place the lime-default file in  lime-
> > sdk/communities/communityname/profilename/etc/config/
> Exactly!
> > When I specify my own custom profile, the cooked firmware is not
> > customized using the "--community=name/profile"" switch. I can
> > successfully cook the pre-existing network-profiles that were
> > downloaded from the git. Is there any additional documentation
> > regarding this function that I may have missed for local development?
> >
> No. It should work.
> Can you post the output of the command as well as the call to the
> cooker command?
> Regards,
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