I would definitely like to try it on my blue Turris 1.0. But I got a lot of functionalities working on my current TOS 3 like LXC, pihole, My first question is is there LXC working with debian PPC ? Is CGROUPS and other options included and compiled into kernel for LXC ? Without LXC I could not use PIHOLE and bunch of other packages that I run on debian containers.
Second question how to try it safe way ? Should I rather take SD card out and make copy of it and run test on copy to prevent any damage of my working system.
I tried schnapps import -f turris1x-medkit-*.tar.gz and first get some error message that says no factory snapshot then I run same command again and then it say factory was imported and I was even able to mount it with schnapps mount factory. Even schnapps list does not show factory snapshot. Are there any other more “hidden” snapshots created by default ?
How to do migration the best way ? My plan is to export opkg list-installed to file and delete versions in excell file and add opkg install command for each line, then run it as script on booted TOS 4 to make sure all packages will be installed that I had on TOS 3. Then copy everything from original TOS 3 folder /etc/config/* to new system with also few other configs from /etc that are not covered by openwrt /etc/config. Will it be sufficient ? Or what other approach is recommended ?
To get back to TOS 3 is just schanpps rollback to TOS 3 snapshot enough ? I suspect that full migration will take me some time so I will need to switch between TOS 3 and TOS 4 for some time untill I am happy with all the working configuration on TOS 4.
Which packages are not on TOS 4 ? Noticed that you abandoned CUPS ? How about shellinabox ? I use it a lot to access my Turris and I was not able to compile it on openwrt master for x86 due to some problems with new version of OpenSSL.
Will it be also possible to compile TOS 4 and cherry picked packages on newer distro like debian buster that I use ? Or is still something archaic necessary ?