[Cerowrt-devel] cerowrt-3.10.44-3 released
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 16:43:11 EDT 2014
On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 4:49 AM, Steven Barth <cyrus at openwrt.org> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> Sorry, seems we have a bad timing these days.
No worries. Until recently I dedicated weekends to cero, but of late
on other stuff (or :gasp: taking saturdays off). So I don't have a
"schedule" per se'
except from wanting to interoperate by ietf toronto, somehow.
> I just merged gmp, nettle and
> dnssec-support into trunk and updated them to their latest versions
There was some traffic on the dnsmasq-discuss list that indicated that
mini-gmp inside nettle was doable. In my case I have things like strongswan
(which needs full blow gimp) but the mini-gmp stuff looked promising in the
Also there is at least one bugfix in 2.72 head that should go back in 2.71.
(0 cache sizes crash dnsmasq)
> respectively. There is now a third dnsmasq build-variant "dnsmasq-full"
> which includes DHCPv6, DNSSEC, Authoritative DNS and IPSET support. This is
> of course not part of OpenWrt's default image but should be available in the
> snapshot packages soon.
> Furthermore on the homenet front: naming should now work again (at least it
> does on vanilla OpenWrt) and all the addressing / prefix stuff is
> configurable now. We also added a new package luci-app-hnet which allows to
> configure the global settings through the UI and also adds a nifty topology
> visualization for the network.
I will build those. My own focus is mostly on fixing bug 442 once and for all.
(which also affects you guys, so...)
have you tried to get sqm running on homewrt?
> I will continue trying to build it into cero
> without breaking your other stuff but seems everytime I tried to start with
> this something else was coming up. Sigh.
I know the feeling!
I appreciate your efforts. My own take on things is that cero is
merely a complex
example of the kind of things you need to be able to have abstractions
for in order to have
general purpose software.
(a set of implementations always improves the specification)
Another use case that will crop up is someone using
vlans extensively. A third use case - one that I've been meaning to explore for
a while - is having 3g connectivity along with the isp connectivity.
I have a long list of dongles that supposedly work, but ENOTIME, although I
think I could make t-mobile work....
And 6lowpan or contiki would be nice too...
At least the latter two cases I'd hope someone here would be
interested in playing with that.
I am thinking perhaps I could try to get hnetd running on a beaglebone.
> Anyway, will keep you updated.
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