Docker container for omega 2 buildroot LEDE project
You can utilize my containerized buildroot on docker with:
The image was built for omega though, not omega2(+).
tagged a 'v1' image last night. This isn't tested, so I'd recommend you compile your own image with verified settings at your own risk. You will most definitely need to choose a different architecture to build for omega2, but the environment (LEDE) is set up to work.
I make zero guarantees nor warranties. Ymmv. Please consult a doctor and discontinue use if this software causes nausea, discomfort, vomiting or diarrhea.
tagged 'v2' version will come shortly, built FOR the omega2 and with the openwrt images baked into the container images once done.
Unfortunately, I can't build on docker hub AND get automated builds from github going, so I made a new repo that is based on the automated build of https://github.com/borromeotlhs/docker-omega2plus repo so you can "see my work". The only commands I ran were the ones commented out from 'make menuconfig' on to 'make -j1 V=s'. . . enjoy:
@Theodore-Borromeo Nice! Will try it out tomorrow.
The build process fails while compiling kernel-headers. :/
@Zogg-Baubas try ,make -j1 V=s 2 &> 1' to diagnose. Also, ensure that you've rerun defconfig and properly selected the onion omega 2 plus profile.
Other than that, you could look to my automated build from a dockerfile repo, vice using the image I built on a windows laptop:
docker pull borromeotlhs/docker-omega2plus
Good luck! In fact, why don't you start with the other build first, and I'll nuke the former if I get more reports that it doesn't work. . .
https://hub.docker.com/r/borromeotlhs/docker-omega2plus/ Now builds from LEDE 17.01 branch. Use latest tag until I can properly tag it.