Banana Pi BPI-R2 new image :MQLinux 19.02 beta

(bpi team) #1

MQLinux ARM 19.02beta1 for BPI-R2 Image:



Release notes

  1. About this release

This is the first beta release , this firmware is totally free for personal use.

Main features:

  • Highly streamlined embedded design system, running in memory
  • Mutilple Language (en/zh_CN currently)
  • DNS Proxy/Cache
  • DDNS
  • VLAN Extension for WAN
  • Multiple WAN (each ethernet port can be defined)
  • DHCP Server
  • FTP Server
  • PPPoE Server
  • Samber Server
  • VPN client/Server (PPTP VPN, IPsecVPN, OpenVPN)
  • Cloud Login
  • Firewall
  • IP-MAC Locking
  • Port Mapping/DMZ/UPnP
  • Diagnose Tools …

The default username/password for webadmin login are admin/admin

demo for cloud login:

username/passwd: demo/demo

  1. TODO

    a. On board WIFI module support b. External USB, 4G module support c. flash image to internal eMMC storage

    if you have any suggestions, please tell me

  2. Image Link

Google drive:

MD5 sum: 09b58f050166ed5d09803e1de56d7890

Note : this image is shared by not support by BPI team

(Jan Kruis) #2

The interface is in Chinese, but how do I get this in English

(bpi team) #3

system->general to set it .


Latest about MQLinux image:

(Andrzej) #6


I have some questions about this project.

  1. First and most important: is this open source project? (if not, we have no more to talk about) Where I can get source code and compile it by myself?
  2. I can’t get internet working. Router is connecting to wan (VLAN mode) i have external IP address but network is unavailable.
  3. DHCP can’t assign any IP address (stick at ‘getting IP address’)
  4. I can connect by SSH but it doing nothing. No characters are displayed, none command is working. I can press ‘sdfgetfgwerfwertg’ and nothing happen.
  5. UART interface is in Chinese language - it’s possible to change it?

Regards, A.

(bpi team) #7

this image is not for opensource . it support by the third company.

(Andrzej) #8

This software can not be trusted. I will never use it.

(bpi team) #9

This is commercial software, supported by third parties, and if you need full open source, use openwrt or some other mirror