[Cerowrt-devel] Cerowrt-devel Digest, Vol 1, Issue 15

Richard Brown richard.e.brown at dartware.com
Sat Dec 31 09:11:19 EST 2011

Hi Dave,

Thanks for the clarifications on the status of cerowrt and your expectations for how people should use the current builds.

Right now, for example, the bql-9 smoketest mentioned above works
pretty good (it's missing some features like bind and ahcp at the
moment) - but my attempts at adding several new AQMs appear to be
triggering kernel bugs. RED was proven broken for three years of the
kernel prior to 3.1.5, btw...

A little feedback. I have installed two cerowrt builds:

rc6 - worked fine. I got snmpd installed, and could try the newly-built fprobe again.

bql-9 from 24 Dec. I was surprised when I couldn't connect to gw.home.lan.

What's your advice for continuing to play with cerowrt? What version should I look at? I don't have to put it "in production" - currently, its WAN port is connected to my home router's LAN port, so I can still load in experimental stuff without affecting other family members.

Happy New Year.

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