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Subject: [Netsukuku-vala] R: [Netsukuku] Some updates on progress and a request for help with testing
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2012 14:40:22 +0100 (CET)

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Data: 29-feb-2012 10.00
A: "netsukuku"<address@hidden>, "Porting netsukuku to Vala language. Developers."<address@hidden>
Ogg: [Netsukuku] Some updates on progress and a request for help with testing

Some updates on progress and a request for help with testing.

The porting of netsukuku in Vala is not complete yet.
By about a couple of months ago, though, it reached a point in which 2
or 3 nodes were able to automatically form a mesh.
Thus, I thought it was time to test it in real embedded hardware.
I had some issues while making it to work on OpenWRT and I spent much
time until now working at it. But now I am able to run the software on
a tp-link wr1043nd (mips architecture) with OpenWRT on it.

I am looking for someone willing to spend some time to try and make it
run on his/her own hardware and make a check-list of what one needs to
do for a fresh build/install.
What I need is someone with a router with plenty of storage, because I
would like to not spend time at the moment with space optimizations
issues. For example I have it running on a router with a USB port
where the software is on a stick; the software and its dependencies
(which are compiled with debugging symbols and all) occupy about 50 MB

Anybody volunteer?


[1] I am quite certain  that stripping it we can have it to stay on a
router with 8 MB flash (o.s. included), but I don't want to do that at
the moment. Perhaps we will also succeed in putting it on a 4 MB
flash. I am not confident for less space.
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