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FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable History[edit]

This is work in progress. This function is just being coded. Be patient please.

Firmware[edit]

Daily updated timeline of all known FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable Firmware, Labor and Recovery releases. Last update: 2020-12-02 06:38 GMT.
The T column shows the release type, fw = Firmware, lab = Labor, rec = Recovery, recb = labor recovery and dmp = Dump.
The Rel column shows the Firmware-Release extracted from CONFIG_VERSION_MAJOR and CONFIG_VERSION or the version script.
The (main/scrpn/arm/atom) label in the Rel column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
The Chk column shows the Firmware-Checkpoint extracted from CONFIG_SUBVERSION or the version script, for labors from the filename.
The Ftrs column shows features which changed across firmware releases. The flags used are listed above the table. Further flags to come.
The Brand column shows the supported Brandings extracted from default config pathes in /etc. Brandings may vary across releases.
The Eva column shows the amount of A = ADAM2 or E = EVA bootloaders or bootloader fragments detected in the respective image file.
The Listings column shows listings from the outer container, the filesystem(s) and the default archive var.tar which prefills the tmpfs.
For recoveries the Exe listing shows the segments, for firmware the Img lists the tar. If a filesystem_core wrapper is used 2 filesystems are listed.
The Kern column shows the Kernel-Version extracted from the decompressed kernel binary, click it for the strings output of the entire kernel.
The BB column shows the BusyBox-Version extracted from the unpacked busybox binary, click it for the strings output of the entire binary.
The Libc and LcVer columns show the Libc-Library and its version where it could be detected.
The Date column shows the official Firmware-Date, extracted from the version script. This timeline is reverse sorted by this date.

International[edit]

Country: int   -   Language: multi   -   Annex: multi
If you own any firmware, labor, recovery or dump not listet here yet then please get in touch!
Features: b = Belgium cert.   -   c = cdrom.iso.   -   d = debug.cfg.   -   f = startfhem.   -   t = telnetd.   -   u = unsigned fw.   -   w = WDS repeater.

Legend:   on = live URL.   -   host = hosted here.   -   arc = from archive.org.   -   nonpub = non public.   -   dead = dead link.   -   Bold = release firmware.

Germany[edit]

Country: de   -   Language: de   -   Annex: B
If you own any firmware, labor, recovery or dump not listet here yet then please get in touch!
Features: b = Belgium cert.   -   c = cdrom.iso.   -   d = debug.cfg.   -   f = startfhem.   -   t = telnetd.   -   u = unsigned fw.   -   w = WDS repeater.

Legend:   on = live URL.   -   host = hosted here.   -   arc = from archive.org.   -   nonpub = non public.   -   dead = dead link.   -   Bold = release firmware.

TODO[edit]

Country: todo   -   Language: todo   -   Annex: todo

Some recoveries which need configuration to be analyzed correctly appear in this TODO list, which should be empty one day.

Legend:   on = live URL.   -   host = hosted here.   -   arc = from archive.org.   -   nonpub = non public.   -   dead = dead link.   -   Bold = release firmware.

Source-Code[edit]

Daily updated index of all scanned FRITZ!Box 6591 Cable tarballs, most of which are online. Last update: 2020-12-02 06:40 GMT.
The (main/scrpn/arm/atom) label in the Model column shows which CPU is meant for models with multiple Linux instances.
The Ver column shows the Firmware-Version derived from the tarball's filename, or 00.00 if not detectable.
There's no way to find this number in the source. Click the version number to get a listing of the entire tarball.
The Kern column shows the Kernel-Version from the kernel Makefile, click it to get a listing of the kernel source.
The BB column shows the BusyBox-Version from various scan sources, click it for listing the busybox addons.
The Libc and LcVer columns show the Libc-Library and its version where it could be detected, which is complicated, no listings yet.
The CC column shows the GCC-Version from its root Makefile, click it for a listing of the gcc source in the tarball.
The BR column shows the Buildroot-Version if detectable, click it for a listing of its source in the GCC tarball.
The Date column shows the date of the newest contained file. By default this list is reverse sorted by this date.
This is no perfect method, since AVM sometimes repackages older tarballs. No better method has been found so far.

Legend:   on = live URL.   -   host = hosted here.   -   arc = from archive.org.   -   nonpub = non public.   -   dead = dead link.

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