[isf-wifidog] /proc/net/wireless on v2.2 and above?
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Sam 18 Juin 15:18:00 EDT 2005
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What we did is simply comment out the part trying to find out the =20
wifi interface (by cat'ing /proc/net/wireless) and hardcoding eth1...
On 18-Jun-05, at 9:56 AM, Rob Kelley wrote:
> I'm trying to get OpenWRT, interface-wrt, and WifiDog running on my
> Linksys 54G v2.2.
> I've installed WifiDog's snapshot of openwrt-g-code-v2.2.bin. When I
> try ipkg the interface-wrt (http://ilesansfil.org/dist/ipkg/interfa =
> mipsel.ipk), loading 192.168.1.1 gets an error at the top of every
> grep: /proc/net/wireless: No such file or directory
> [: 1: unknown operand
> the only mention I can find of this error is in openwrt's irc logs:
> Zombie wrote:
> "The newer firmwares don't support wireless extensions so if you're
> running the experimental release, or TheRoDent's firmware, you don't
> get /proc/net/wireless. blame linksys"
> How does this affect the installation of wifidog? Am I in =20
> trouble? or
> can I simply not use interface-wrt?
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> WiFiDog at listes.ilesansfil.org
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