[Olsr-users] Differences between actual OLSRD and RFC3626

Érico Porto (spam-protected)
Tue Mar 15 20:39:02 CET 2011

I wasn't trying the connect at port 2006.

And also, I don't know why yet, when ran in GDB the olsrd didn't started the
txtinfo plugin. Now got it to work when I start olsrd without using gdb.

I'm studying the Git man pages now and then I will proceed to the others -
watch isn't implemented through the telnet available at 0.7, so first I need
to learn how to access the other versions.

I'm going to university now, it's my last year and still have some classes
to attend - I study in Unicamp, don't know if you ever heard of. Anyway,
don't worry, I won't bother you for life =] - and maybe once I understand
everything implemented and start writing my own code, I will be able to help
others in this list.

Thank you Henning!

Érico V. Porto

On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>wrote:

> On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 20:10, Érico Porto <(spam-protected)>
> wrote:
> > olsrd -v
> > hookup olsrd_lq_etx_ff.so.0.1
> > *** olsr.org - pre-0.7.0-d78bd49 ***
> >  Build date: 2011-03-15 09:27:58 on CPQD050294
> >  http://www.olsr.org
> > I think this is nonstable as the website states 0.6.1 to be the newer
> one.
> > Didn't thought about it when downloading the code through GIT, thanks.
> > The link is here: http://www.olsr.org/?q=node/26
> okay, so you are talking about this one:
> > watch -d -n1 "echo '/all' | nc localhost 8080"
> Do you know how the "watch" command does ? If not please start reading
> the man-page.
> The tip is for the stable version (its three years old !).
> with the master branch one you can do easier.
> Start using "telnet localhost 2006" to connect to the integrated
> telnet server and enter the command "help" to see what you can do...
> Then try out the command (as an example) "routes".
> Then lookup the help for "repeat" with the command "help repeat".
> After this try "repeat 1 routes"... you can stop the output by pressing
> return.
> Henning Rogge
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