[isf-wifidog] whiterussian openwrt

m.moutzouris at neuron.gr m.moutzouris at neuron.gr
Ven 22 Juil 13:39:59 EDT 2005

Yes thanks. White Russian compiles fine and so does wifidog. 

The problem comes when it tests the "mac" part in the wifidog-init script. My
other post refers it to this.

It seems to be with the experimental latest release of openwrt as well. 

Also what i think is of most importance is that the hardware is wrtgs
1.1...which might be problem. 

As i've run it WRTG,WRTGS,WRTGS v2.2 without any issues. Maybe something
different is done for the 1.1?

Just a thought

Quoting Joe Bowser <bowserj at resist.ca>:

> On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 10:57 +0200, kaouete wrote:
> > I did it yesterday, it worked without problem, i used a ipk/rules
> > made for experimental.
> > 
> > I know someone is working on a openwrt compliant package of
> > wifidog, but i dont know where he is on it :]
> > 
> > you can find mine here :
> > http://ro.crazydwarves.org/rules-wifidog-exp
> > 
> > Be aware of this too :
> >
> > 
> > is someone working on this bug ?
> > 
> > here i dont use the firewall in openwrt, so it works (in fact i
> > didnt tried with whiterussian but with 20050525 release of
> > experimental :)
> > 
> > kaouete
> Yeah, WhiteRussian is basically the CVS build minus a whole lot of
> packages.  I currently managed to get wifidog to compile into the
> buildroot of the latest CVS build.  Haven't tested the resulting
> firmware, nor have I tried compiling the ipkg with the SDK yet, but it
> all seems very straight forward now.
> Basically, all I did was follow the instructions in the buildroot
> documentation.
> If it works in Experimental, it should work in WhiteRussian.  The person
> who submitted the bug seemed to refer to the default iptables script in
> WhiteRussian/Experiemntal.  However, I don't see anything that would
> break WiFiDog AFAIK.
> Therefore, since you weren't able to reproduce the bug in 20050525, I
> think it's safe to say that we need more info to track this one down. :)
> I'll send the files that need to be changed in a day or two.
> -- 
> Joe Bowser <bowserj at resist.ca>

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