hacking on ADSL and on the Raspberry Pi
blogic at openwrt.org
Wed Nov 21 07:06:53 EST 2012
On 21/11/12 12:55, Dave Taht wrote:
> I had hoped to get a new version of cerowrt out today, but the
> underlying code just aint ready. I keep hoping someone (else!) will
> fix dlna, in particular.... I *have* been doing regular builds of
> Linux 3.6 code for the ubiquity products, but it's a highly
> specialized mesh build targetted at the picostation 2HP and
> nanostation M5 that integrates with cerowrt, but lacks most of the
> test tools in the firmware (8MB flash, 32MB ram).
> I need to get around to documenting that (if anyone cares), but what
> I'm mostly doing is just keeping the continuous integration process
> going and looking at things that need to get fixed overall.
> I have for example, not had time to test this build (which comes up on
> babel and a fixed IP address)
> Nor have I looked into how good the new rng number code and driver
> implementation are in openwrt head for the ar71xx. (anyone?)
> So instead, as I'm in Cambridge, England, right now, and surrounded by
> Arm and raspberry pi folk, as well as in the close proximity of simon
> kelly of dnsmasq fame, Dr Gabriel Kerneis of the hecate bittorrent
> client and CPC, and David Woodhouse of general OLPC fame, as well as
> quite a few Cambridge folk of various sorts of fame, and a few lovely
> ...I'm doing some fairly interesting but rather random stuff on a
> variety of fronts, this week instead. First up today is trying to get
> an indepth understanding of USBnet and BQL and the underlying stack...
> Also hacking a bit on folding AHCP into dnsmasq. This is looking easy...
while in cambridge, try to pick up a bt home hub 3...
its the adsl hw i am planning to make work for the cero users from the UK.
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