OpenWrt v18.06.0: adjust config defaults
[openwrt/staging/chunkeey.git] / package / base-files / image-config.in
1 # Copyright (C) 2006-2012 OpenWrt.org
2 # Copyright (C) 2010 Vertical Communications
3 #
4 # This is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License v2.
5 # See /LICENSE for more information.
6 #
7
8 menuconfig PREINITOPT
9 bool "Preinit configuration options" if IMAGEOPT
10 default n
11 help
12 These options are used to control the environment used to initialize
13 the system before running init (which typically mean /sbin/init which
14 switches to multiuser mode).
15
16 config TARGET_PREINIT_SUPPRESS_STDERR
17 bool "Suppress stderr messages during preinit" if PREINITOPT
18 default y
19 help
20 Sends stderr to null during preinit. This is the default behaviour
21 in previous versions of OpenWrt. This also prevents init process
22 itself from displaying stderr, however processes launched by init
23 in multiuser through inittab will use the current terminal (e.g.
24 the ash shell launched by inittab will display stderr). That's
25 the same behaviour as seen in previous version of OpenWrt.
26
27 config TARGET_PREINIT_DISABLE_FAILSAFE
28 bool
29 prompt "Disable failsafe" if PREINITOPT
30 default n
31 help
32 Disable failsafe mode. While it is very handy while
33 experimenting or developing it really ought to be
34 disabled in production environments as it is a major
35 security loophole.
36
37 config TARGET_PREINIT_TIMEOUT
38 int
39 prompt "Failsafe/Debug wait timeout" if PREINITOPT
40 default 2
41 help
42 How long to wait for failsafe mode to be entered or for
43 a debug option to be pressed before continuing with a
44 regular boot.
45
46 config TARGET_PREINIT_SHOW_NETMSG
47 bool
48 prompt "Show all preinit network messages" if PREINITOPT
49 default n
50 help
51 Show preinit all network messages (via netmsg broadcast), not only
52 the message indicating to press reset to enter failsafe. Note that
53 if the architecture doesn't define an interface, and there is no
54 'Preinit network interface' defined, then no messages will be
55 emitted, even if this is set.
56
57 config TARGET_PREINIT_SUPPRESS_FAILSAFE_NETMSG
58 bool
59 prompt "Suppress network message indicating failsafe" if ( PREINITOPT && !TARGET_PREINIT_SHOW_NETMSG && !TARGET_PREINIT_DISABLE_FAILSAFE )
60 default n
61 help
62 If "Show all preinit network messages" above is not set, then
63 setting this option suppresses the only message that would be
64 emitted otherwise, name the network message to enter failsafe
65 (via netmsg).
66
67 config TARGET_PREINIT_IFNAME
68 string
69 prompt "Preinit network interface" if PREINITOPT
70 default ""
71 help
72 Interface for sending preinit messages to network, and any other
73 default networking in failsafe or preinit. If empty
74 uses $ifname (if defined in /etc/preinit.arch).
75
76 config TARGET_PREINIT_IP
77 string
78 prompt "IP address for preinit network messages" if PREINITOPT
79 default "192.168.1.1"
80 help
81 IP address used to configure interface for preinit network
82 messages, including failsafe messages
83
84 config TARGET_PREINIT_NETMASK
85 string
86 prompt "Netmask for preinit network messages" if PREINITOPT
87 default "255.255.255.0"
88 help
89 Netmask used to configure interface for preinit network
90 messages, including failsafes messages
91
92 config TARGET_PREINIT_BROADCAST
93 string
94 prompt "Broadcast address for preinit network messages" if PREINITOPT
95 default "192.168.1.255"
96 help
97 Broadcast address to which to send preinit network messages, as
98 as failsafe messages
99
100
101 menuconfig INITOPT
102 bool "Init configuration options" if IMAGEOPT
103 default n
104 help
105 These option choose the command that will run as the 'init' command
106 (that is which is responsible for controlling the system once preinit
107 transfers control to it) as well as some options controlling its
108 behaviour. Normally init is /sbin/init.
109
110 config TARGET_INIT_PATH
111 string
112 prompt "PATH for regular boot" if INITOPT
113 default "/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin"
114 help
115 Default PATH used during normal operation
116
117 config TARGET_INIT_ENV
118 string
119 prompt "Environment variables to set when starting init (start with none)" if INITOPT
120 default ""
121 help
122 Should be a space seperated list of variable assignments. These
123 variables will be present in the environment. Spaces may not be
124 present (including through expansion) even in a quoted string
125 (env doesn't understanding quoting).
126
127 config TARGET_INIT_CMD
128 string
129 prompt "Init command" if INITOPT
130 default "/sbin/init"
131 help
132 The executable to run as the init process. Is 'exec'd by
133 preinit (which is the init that the kernel launches on boot).
134
135 config TARGET_INIT_SUPPRESS_STDERR
136 bool
137 prompt "Suppress stderr messages of init" if INITOPT
138 default y
139 help
140 Prevents showing stderr messages for init command if not already
141 suppressed during preinit. This is the default behaviour in
142 previous versions of OpenWrt. Removing this does nothing if
143 stderr is suppressed during preinit (which is the default).
144
145
146 menuconfig VERSIONOPT
147 bool "Version configuration options" if IMAGEOPT
148 default n
149 help
150 These options allow to override the version information embedded in
151 the /etc/openwrt_version, /etc/openwrt_release, /etc/banner,
152 /etc/opkg.conf, and /etc/os-release files. Usually there is no need
153 to set these, but they're useful for release builds or custom OpenWrt
154 redistributions that should carry custom version tags.
155
156 if VERSIONOPT
157
158 config VERSION_DIST
159 string
160 prompt "Release distribution"
161 default "OpenWrt"
162 help
163 This is the name of the release distribution.
164 If unspecified, it defaults to OpenWrt.
165
166 config VERSION_NUMBER
167 string
168 prompt "Release version number"
169 help
170 This is the release version number embedded in the image.
171 If unspecified, it defaults to SNAPSHOT for the master branch
172 or to ##.##-SNAPSHOT on release branches.
173
174 config VERSION_CODE
175 string
176 prompt "Release version code"
177 help
178 This is the release version code embedded in the image.
179 If unspecified, it defaults to a revision number describing the
180 repository version of the source, e.g. the number of commits
181 since a branch point or a short Git commit ID.
182
183 config VERSION_REPO
184 string
185 prompt "Release repository"
186 default "http://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/18.06.0"
187 help
188 This is the repository address embedded in the image, it defaults
189 to the trunk snapshot repo; the url may contain the following placeholders:
190 %R .. Repository revision ID
191 %V .. Configured release version number or "SNAPSHOT", uppercase
192 %v .. Configured release version number or "snapshot", lowercase
193 %C .. Configured release revision code or value of %R, uppercase
194 %c .. Configured release revision code or value of %R, lowercase
195 %D .. Distribution name or "OpenWrt", uppercase
196 %d .. Distribution name or "openwrt", lowercase
197 %T .. Target name
198 %S .. Target/Subtarget name
199 %A .. Package architecture
200 %t .. Build taint flags, e.g. "no-all busybox"
201 %M .. Manufacturer name or "OpenWrt"
202 %P .. Product name or "Generic"
203 %h .. Hardware revision or "v0"
204
205 config VERSION_MANUFACTURER
206 string
207 prompt "Manufacturer name"
208 help
209 This is the manufacturer name embedded in /etc/device_info
210 Useful for OEMs building OpenWrt based firmware
211
212 config VERSION_MANUFACTURER_URL
213 string
214 prompt "Manufacturer URL"
215 help
216 This is an URL to the manufacturer's website embedded in /etc/device_info
217 Useful for OEMs building OpenWrt based firmware
218
219 config VERSION_BUG_URL
220 string
221 prompt "Bug reporting URL"
222 help
223 This is an URL to provide users for providing bug reports
224
225 config VERSION_SUPPORT_URL
226 string
227 prompt "Support URL"
228 help
229 This an URL to provide users seeking support
230
231 config VERSION_PRODUCT
232 string
233 prompt "Product name"
234 help
235 This is the product name embedded in /etc/device_info
236 Useful for OEMs building OpenWrt based firmware
237
238 config VERSION_HWREV
239 string
240 prompt "Hardware revision"
241 help
242 This is the hardware revision string embedded in /etc/device_info
243 Useful for OEMs building OpenWrt based firmware
244
245 config VERSION_FILENAMES
246 bool
247 prompt "Version number in filenames"
248 default y
249 help
250 Enable this to include the version number in firmware image, SDK-
251 and Image Builder archive file names
252
253 config VERSION_CODE_FILENAMES
254 bool
255 prompt "Revision code in filenames"
256 default n
257 help
258 Enable this to include the revision identifier or the configured
259 version code into the firmware image, SDK- and Image Builder archive
260 file names
261 endif
262
263
264 menuconfig PER_FEED_REPO
265 bool "Separate feed repositories" if IMAGEOPT
266 default y
267 help
268 If set, a separate repository is generated within bin/*/packages/
269 for the core packages and each enabled feed.
270
271 source "tmp/.config-feeds.in"