[Olsr-dev] first "works for me" OLSR on Android app for Commotion

Hans-Christoph Steiner (spam-protected)
Wed Mar 21 20:47:21 CET 2012

On Mar 21, 2012, at 2:03 PM, Teco Boot wrote:

> Some questions:
> Why a copy of OLSR (or did you use a pointer to olsr.org/git/)?

its a git submodule, so a copy of sorts.

> Do plugins work? If so, we face some limitations (I think) on bmf/p2pd/mdns. It only works on a (non-olsr) ingress interface. Now, local traffic should be captured and flooded.

Yes, plugins work.  I've only tested the httpinfo plugin but the rest are compiled and built.  I'd love to have some help putting together a good, default olsrd.conf for this, including plugin setups.

> I have to get an Android device. Or play with it in VM.

I haven't tried it in a VM, but I guess it might work.


> Teco
> Op 21 mrt. 2012, om 16:17 heeft Hans-Christoph Steiner het volgende geschreven:
>> If anyone wants to test OLSR on Android, I just got my work for Commotion to a "works for me" state and I would love testers.  (Serval is great, this is not a comment on Serval. This app aims to be entirely focused on OLSR, while Serval is a large and complicated app for a large and complicated purpose.)
>> Here is the source and there is an apk in the Downloads:
>> https://github.com/guardianproject/olsr-mesh-tether
>> Currently the SSID is 'olsr.org' and its setup with the httpinfo plugin set to be world accessible.  If you click on the link in the little log window in the app, you'll bring up the httpinfo page.
>> Next up for me is making the Android app able to control olsrd parameters!
>> .hc
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