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Attached to Project: OpenWrt/LEDE Project
Opened by Hugo Almeida - 25.11.2018
Last edited by Christian Lamparter - 10.12.2018

FS#1969 - sha256sum out of date about ath10k-firmware-2018-10-10-d366b80d.tar.xz

Supply the following if possible:
 - "all", Device problem occurs on
 - "master", Software versions of OpenWrt/LEDE release, packages, etc.
 - "said below", Steps to reproduce
it sha256sum of ath10k-firmware-2018-10-10-d366b80d.tar.xz
which defined at [here][ref]

is out of date, and should be

i've checked many times from all mirrors (if it valid), list below:

#push @mirrors, '';
push @mirrors, '';
push @mirrors, '';
push @mirrors, '';


when `make download` dis match reach the limit times,
`make` will turn to `git checkout` mode as a backup.

but the backup wont working,
as a bug `` said,
it will not invoke host's new version tar,
which the building is not begin.

"so `make download` need a newer tar to download that must download newer tar first",
if sha256sum of tar dis match and exists system's tar is old.

i mean it will trigger error "tar: unrecognized option '--sort=name'",
and the backup wont working as expected (backup).

okay, it seems all url downloading operation should route to hash (sha256sum or md5sum).
why "Automate QC"/CI, check all openwrt source tree to avoid hash dis match.

Closed by  Christian Lamparter
10.12.2018 07:30
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Additional comments about closing:  

Thank you for reporting the issue. Fixed in commit: https://git.o;a=comm it;h=87af41d554c7c4a708b87a894336a674f32 0358c

Hugo Almeida commented on 25.11.2018 08:05

for this issue itself, even use `git checkout` mode,
it should update to ec06f10e6b1d4f7a28366a893c8a73a000454c2f031fc747381a1fb8aa1e0846

we can invoke it as simple as below.

./scripts/ --dl-dir=/tmp \
--url="" \
--version="d366b80d41309531c0c98b26625f23e318f33e31" \
--subdir="ath10k-firmware-2018-10-10-d366b80d" \
--source="ath10k-firmware-2018-10-10-d366b80d.tar.xz" \

result should notice a "Download from ... failed" and "Wrong hash ..." error


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