On Apr 20, 2013, at 9:27 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote:

> Hiya,
> Now that the missing piece of support is almost done (hostap mode
> powersave/pspoll support) I'm going to move onto the next thing -
> doing automated FreeBSD builds for people to run on AP equipment.
> What I have that is publicly available:
> * Ubiquiti Routerstation
> * Ubiquiti Routerstation Pro
> * D-Link DIR-825
> * TP-Link TL-WR1043nd
> .. and lots of Atheros reference designs that are almost-but-not-quite
> what people actually ship. :-)
> I've had plenty of people ask me if I can supply builds for their
> various wifi APs so they don't have to build the software themselves.
> So here's my offer - if you'd like me to add to the above list of
> hardware that I'll do automatic builds for, I'll need some hardware.
> If you send me a supported AP, I'll snaffle the relevant bits from
> linux/openwrt/atheros and stick it into my build list.
> The 'supported hardware" list:
> * .. openwrt runs on it. :-)
> * anything with an Atheros MIPS24k core - AR71xx, AR913x, AR724x, AR933x
> * Atheros 802.11n wifi
> * At least 32MB RAM
> * At least 8MB of flash
> The last two are annoying - yes, we could fit inside 16MB RAM and 4MB
> flash, but we need a lot more work done on the FreeBSD side. So I'm
> setting the minimum bar there.
> If you don't know what hardware is in the unit - take a look at the
> openwrt wiki.
> I'm just wrapping up some automated build scripts now and I expect to
> start building test images in the next week or so.

That sounds cool, but do we need another st of scripts to build images? What 
does yours give that others don't :)

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