dermoth at aei.ca
Sat Jan 8 03:52:35 EST 2005
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You said earlier that openwrt couldn't be distributed on sf because they
don't allow binary-only downloads...
So why don't we distribute the wireless module from somewhere else and
remove it from the sources we distribute...
Even doing so, we could still provide "ready to compile" buildroots by
letting make download the right package (For wich we have a binary-free
version which happens to be exactly what we provide binary there)...
On a side note, i'm thinking about an interactive script that try to
configure network if it's down, then download appropriates packages
(pppoe, bropbear,kernel modules, etc). Is there'S already something in
By the way, phil's build doesn't have needed modules... I spent a while
diagnosing the problem till I realized packets were going right tru the
nat table without being processed (and of course to never come back :)
Benoit Grégoire wrote:
| What about the people from freenetworks, and anyone else who want's to
| WiFiDog on OpenWRT. If we don't store it somewhere, we only have 3
| 1-Really push to get OpenWrt to build the ipt-mac module by default on
| OpenWrt, and then release packages for recent snapshots.
| 2-Upgrade our standard buildroot to a recent snapshot so our
| 3-Continue like we did untill now but explicitly write that you will
| the source to anyone that emails you (which we have to do anyway if we
| make the source available on the same server).
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