[Olsr-users] Android Development - Samsung Galaxy

Markus Kittenberger (spam-protected)
Thu May 5 17:40:51 CEST 2011

if u have stable working adhoc connectivity than you are mostly done *G
(does this wpa_supplicant (and your wifi dirver) allow to set a fixed bssid

regarding olsrd:
pls take/create a new version, not the old precompiled binary,..

some weeks ago someone built olsrd for galayx s, i think he wrote some short
howto onthis mailinslist aswell,..
(its afair mostly just setup android sdk and compile it,..)


2011/5/5 Fábio Almeida <(spam-protected)>

> Hello,
> My name is Fábio Almeida and I'm trying to implement and ad-hoc network in
> android and I want to use OLSR protocol. I'm new in this area so I have some
> doubts that I think that should be very simple to you.
> I want to create this network in order to create a real time network
> between some Android devices and share information. I'm using Samsung Galaxy
> GT-i5500 devices to do this.
> I already found a custom wpa_supplicant in xda-developers (link to the
> thread <http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=781149&page=189>) that
> ables this device to find ad-hoc networks. I already tested it creating an
> ad-hoc network with my laptop and it seems to work ok.
> I already downloaded the pre compiled samsung android <http://www.olsr.org/releases/0.5/olsrd-0.5.6-android-samsung-galaxy.tgz>version
> of olsrd and put it on the device.
> Now i want to know how can I test if this is working fine. It would be very
> helpful if you can give me a simple tutorial of how to download and change
> the source code and compile it to make it run on Samsung galaxy. What are
> the main changes?
> After all this is working, there is any way that I create and ad-hoc
> network with all the devices (5) and then just exchange some kind of data
> through the network?
> Thanks for the help.
> Regards,
> Fábio Almeida
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