[Olsr-dev] Android ICS
Hans of Guardian
Fri Oct 12 20:36:59 CEST 2012
CyanogenMod has supported adhoc for a while now. So that's a good place to start if you want easily working adhoc wifi on Android.
On Oct 12, 2012, at 5:44 AM, Teco Boot wrote:
> More are with you facing some problems.
> There is a solution for Galaxy Nexus, with CM 4.0.2.
> Check SPAN for details.
> I'm with you future versions of CM should have ad hoc capabilities. And on the end stock Android should support it.
> Op 12 okt. 2012, om 11:11 heeft Magnus Wennberg het volgende geschreven:
>> I'm working on a school project where we are trying to implement Olsr
>> on a Galaxy Nexus with Android 4.1.1. However, when I try to enable
>> Ad-Hoc network I run in to some problems.
>> su -c "/system/bin/wpa_cli -p /data/misc/wifi/"
>> The wpa_cli file does not exist, the closest thing I can find is a
>> file called wpa_supplicant. But I cant get it to work. Do these two
>> files do the same task? Do I need so somehow add the wpa_cli file?
>> Any suggestions to what I can do to fix the problems? Or where I can
>> look, I have spent several hours reading forum threads, but I cant
>> find any solutions.
>> In advanced, thanks!
>> Best Regards
>> Magnus Wennberg
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