i have not tried to compile for android as i am for now just looking at
its possibility in theory but i am interested in hearing about your
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On 05/05/2013 04:58 AM, haijian sun wrote:
Recently, I'm doing a research on MANET, I choose batman-adv as my
research protocol, I want to use it on Android, batmand works ok, but,
when I use batman-adv, a lot of problems occurs.
# insmod batman-adv.ko
# insmod: init_module 'batman-adv.ko' failed, <Exec format error>
I want to know what happens, so I use the command dmesg
# dmesg | grep batman
# batman_adv: version magic '188.8.131.52-EmbedSky mod_unload ARMv4
' should be '184.108.40.206-perf preempt mod_unload ARMv6
so, I know it is the imcompatibility of my phone's kernel version and
the compile tool's, which seems easy to solve. But, here is the
question, If I want to develope a software for a lot of users, I can't
get their kernel version and compile each batman-adv.ko for them, and
unfortunately, android has various different versions.
How about let android compile its own batman-adv.ko? But I think it is
of great difficulity.
I read your email ''batman-adv and android as mesh client'', and as
far as I know, guys from ITU use batmand, which is on OSI layer 3, and
we also already implemented it, it is easier. But, the question is
batman-adv is more complicated and associated with linux kernel, I know
a community called servalproject also involved in this, and they are
doing quiet well, but they also use batmand.
I think the first step to do this is to open the phone's ad-hoc mode,
which we already implemented, and then compile batman-adv.ko for
android, this is difficult and relys much on kermel version.
Hope to hear suggestions from you. By the way, each time when I send a
email to b.a.t.m.a.n(a)lists.open-mesh.org
<mailto:email@example.com>, they autosend me an email with
''message rejected by filter rule match'' and I don't know why.