[Olsr-users] Android Development - Samsung Galaxy

Ben West (spam-protected)
Mon May 16 04:51:52 CEST 2011

Hi Fabio,

In lieu of the recent release of the color Nook tablet, which can be
jailbroken to run full Android Honeycomb 3.0, I'm curious how well this
tablet may be suited to experimentation / development for OLSR.


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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