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Re: [Netsukuku-vala] Some updates on progress and a request for help wit

From: Luca Dionisi
Subject: Re: [Netsukuku-vala] Some updates on progress and a request for help with testing
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2012 13:02:52 +0100

On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Luca Dionisi <address@hidden> wrote:
> 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
> [1].
> Anybody volunteer?
> --Luca
> [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.

I am getting in touch with they who have expressed their willing to
help with testing, big thank you by the way.
Anyhow, the quest is always open. So if you have time and hardware and
interest in the project contact me any moment.

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