[Olsr-dev] Are we releasing 0.6.3 ??

Hans-Christoph Steiner (spam-protected)
Thu May 31 17:11:54 CEST 2012

On May 26, 2012, at 8:20 AM, Teco Boot wrote:

> I started with olsr for debian. I don't have amd cpu, so I can't use it.
> Maybe add vanilla 32-bit 386?
> Or start with android 1st? :-)

> I had to update file attributes and locations. I use /usr/sbin and /usr/lib.

If you are running on 32-bit i386, its probably easiest to just build it on that machine.

> The certificate is expired. It can be safer. :-)

True, the unauthenticated olsrd.git is probably a bigger security risk though.  We generally do not trust automated builds, they are there for automated testing, not making release builds.  We make release builds on trusted machines.  A public build server like that is probably impossible to secure enough to make trusted builds.


> Thanks, Teco
> Op 25 mei 2012, om 23:41 heeft Hans-Christoph Steiner het volgende geschreven:
>> On May 24, 2012, at 7:10 AM, Teco Boot wrote:
>>> Op 24 mei 2012, om 11:40 heeft Henning Rogge het volgende geschreven:
>>>> On 05/23/2012 10:55 AM, Teco Boot wrote:
>>>>> Will 0.6.3 run on Android, all versions, all devices, with WLAN
>>>>> in ad hoc mode with WPA2 PSK? Can I use SmartGateway and PUD plugin?
>>>>> I am almost certain I'll run into trouble.
>>>>> I could start getting some devices and check what works. Any advice
>>>>> on selecting HW is welcome. I'll report what I can do with it.
>>>>> Is a Galaxy S3 a good start? Or Nexus? I highly prefer using 4.0.
>>>> Teco, can you test the current GIT-stable (maybe with/without Ferry's patch for PUD HTMLinfo support?) on any android? If you give an okay, I would like to release the 0.6.3 version.
>>> I'm in preparation mode, selecting gear. Don't wait for me.
>>> My target is having improved smartgateway, mptcp and openvpn on android before Christmas.
>>> hc, can you check current stable? Make the 0.6.3 binaries available?
>> Even better, nightly builds:
>> olsrd and plugins:
>> http://olsr.org/?q=nightly-builds
>> CommotionMeshTether app:
>> http://guardianproject.info/builds/CommotionMeshTether
>> .hcD

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