Hello everyone, just a heads up, I got my shield only recently and unfortunately haven’t yet disabled updates(a crucial mistake).
So about 2 hours ago(7PM UTC, 25.03.2021) my shield updated to the version 5.1.10, I was in the middle of configuring the luci web interface and editing a few configs with ssh, when suddenly: the update kicks in, deletes every luci package and as a consequence of that kicks me out, undoing my work in the process.
Perfectly working DHCP server(/s)
Anyways I restarted the shield so the update could finish, thinking that I’d just use a pre-update snapshot, well here is where the broken DHCP server comes into play. My network is composed of three APs which can also function as routers and if DHCP stops working then even a computer with statically configured IP wont reach the Turris. (My Turris is located on a different floor only accesible by ladder and tight crawl spaces, so its a real pain in the ass to get there).
Anyways I disconnected the Turris, connected my laptop and rollbacked the snapshot, which seemed to do the trick. Then I disabled auto updater from config, which also worked, well it did atleast until I restarted the Turris, which automatically replaced my ‘0’ back to the ‘1’ thus turning the updates back on…
The actual questions
How do I disable auto updates ?
Is this normal or am I just cursed ?
If it is normal, whats a good alternative for the integrated OS(something more stable) ?