[OLSR-users] Re: Uolsr and uclibc

John Gorkos (spam-protected)
Fri Mar 26 19:57:05 CET 2004

FWIW, I have a current version of unik-olsr compiled for the V2 WRT54G running 
openwrt-b4.  Please contact me off list for a copy of it.  I will be making 
it available as an ipkg (the preferred distro method for the openwrt team) 
this afternoon.  Just add "src wildcat http://www.wildcatwireless.net/wrt54g" 
to your ipkg.conf on a working openwrt-b4 router, and it will install 
automagically.  Incidentally, the v2 hardward runs at 200MHz.

John Gorkos

On Friday 26 March 2004 12:30, Jens Nachtigall wrote:
> > > First of all, thank you for your wonderfull work on olsr.  Here in
> > > Belgium, I would like to setup some boxes on the top of building
> > > and then communicate with my firends.  We use soekris hardware
> > > (www.soekris.com) and kernel_aodv or olsr (but the draft version 3
> > > from inra) with a uclibc Bering distro (leaf.sourceforge.net)
> You might also be interested in the LInksys WRT54G, which has 125MHz,
> 4MB flash and 16MB RAM and costs about 80 Euro:
> http://www.seattlewireless.net/index.cgi/LinksysWrt54g
> http://openwrt.ksilebo.net
> The Linksys WRT54G runs Linux and can be adjusted to your needs, i.e.
> the needs of a wireless community... :-)
> Somebody already ported unik-olsr to this mipsel platform (and I was
> also able to compile it against uclibc for the WRT54G):
> http://reseaucitoyen.be/index.php?UnikOlsrSurOpenWrt [in French]
> Jens

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