[B.A.T.M.A.N.] Looking for batman-adv 0.1-alpha
simon.wunderlich at s2003.tu-chemnitz.de
Fri Dec 5 20:04:14 UTC 2008
are you using the kernelland or userspace version of batman-adv? If you
want to use the userspace version, it's enough to compile and copy the
binary from your desktop to the meshnode (it's i386 after all).
However i'd recommend to use the latest revision of
batman-adv-kernelland. For this you'd need to compile the modules for
the kernel. AFAIK they use a debian based system, so you could probably
use our Debian packages:
(you'd need their kernel source packages to compile it, thou ...)
Please note that the userland version was intended as proof of concept
and we might only support the kernelland version in the long term.
OpenWRT also supports batman-adv btw. :)
On Fri, Dec 05, 2008 at 10:19:25AM +0100, Tobias Gieseke wrote:
> I'm looking for Batman-advanced 0.1-alpha (compability version 1). We've
> got some meshnodes III from a company called Saxnet and they seem to
> work with this old version.. I can't find it in the repositories so
> perhaps someone can tell me where to find it, or send it to me directly.
> I need it for i386 architecture.
> Is there a chance to get batman-adv running on open-wrt?
> kind regards,
> B.A.T.M.A.N mailing list
> B.A.T.M.A.N at open-mesh.net
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