Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Why OpenWrt sucks?

2015-06-22 Thread Mitar

Come to the Battlemesh event in Slovenia this year, almost as close to
Hungary as you can get. :-)


On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 4:02 AM, bkil wrote:
 If anyone wants to organize a BattleMesh event in Hungary, I would
 vote for that and have a near industrial amount of various compatible
 hardware standing by!

 On Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 9:36 PM, Gergely Kiss wrote:
 On 03/21/2015 08:51 PM, wrote:
 On 10 March 2015 at 21:26, Gergely Kiss wrote:
 Hi Valent,

 first of all, I strongly disagree with people claiming that OpenWrt sucks
 because it doesn't. For me it rather looks like a well-maintained, rapidly
 improving project with a great number of actively supported hardware and
 quite a few people contributing to


 Do you think OpenWrt sucks? Then stop complaining and do something to make
 it better. It's that simple.


 Hi Gergely,
 thanks for your reply and for your contribution to OpenWrt. But I have
 to ask - have you read my message apart from headline? If you have
 read it you will see that I'm defending OpenWrt and I definitely don't
 think it sucks!

 Hi Valent,

 I'm sorry, that paragraph wasn't addressed to you but to people claiming 
 that OpenWrt sucks.

 Of course, I have read your message, I never reply to a message I haven't 
 read in its entirety.

 I contribute to it everyday, but not (yet) as a developer but as
 advanced user, forum and wiki contributor and have organized multiple
 workshops all accross Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia to get people to
 use OpenWrt.

 That's great! Any plans to come to Hungary someday? :)


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[OpenWrt-Devel] Trac anti-spam measures

2011-12-24 Thread Mitar

I am unable to add to this ticket:

My comment:

This will probably help also OpenWrt support:
Android Drivers to be Included in Linux 3.3 Kernel].

It says it is spam. What is procedure to be accepted? Is it possible
to get a username on Trac so that I could participate in OpenWrt
development without anti-spam harassment?


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Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] MikroTik RB411AR and internal WiFi

2010-06-05 Thread Mitar

I have got RB411AR into testing and there are really problems using
madwifi on built-in AR2417. I have attached some errors to the ticket:

Is there any way those problems could be solved?

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[OpenWrt-Devel] MikroTik RB411AR and internal WiFi

2010-05-24 Thread Mitar

I have read here:

That there are problems with MikroTik RB411AR and internal WiFi. Is
this (still) true? Any progress? As I would really like to use this
board as it allows me (in theory) to have both N and G radios working
at the same time.

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[OpenWrt-Devel] Ethernet on MikroTik RB411AH

2010-05-23 Thread Mitar

I am trying to get ethernet working on MikroTik RB411AH. As I
understand in trunk OpenWrt version it does work? So I have backported
it from trunk to our 8.09 (yea, I know, old) firmware which is using
2.6.27 kernel. After some twiddling around I got it to compile, but
ethernet still does not work. When booting it writes:

ag71xx_mdio: probed
eth0: Atheros AG71xx at 0xb900, irq 4
eth0: unable to find MII bus on device 'ag71xx-mdio'

The source I am using is here:

And the problem is this line:

So, what should I do next? I have tried printing what does
dev_is_class function see and it is called twice both time dev-class
being NULL.

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[OpenWrt-Devel] Mercurial or Git repository for OpenWrt?

2009-08-06 Thread Mitar

I am wondering if it would be possible to migrate OpenWrt's SVN
repository to Mercurial or Git. In this way it would be much much
easier to develop OpenWrt based projects and pull/merge new code
changes from OpenWrt repository to projects' repositories. Trac also
supports both Mercurial and Git. I think this would be the best
approach in a longer run.

Or at least if there would be a Mercurial/Git read-only repository
which would be kept in sync with SVN repository so that changes could
be pulled from it.

I know I can establish such sync locally, but I would like to open a
question as maybe it would benefit also others to have Mercurial or
Git access to source changes.

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Re: [OpenWrt-Devel] Mercurial or Git repository for OpenWrt?

2009-08-06 Thread Mitar

On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 11:44 PM, Jan wrote:
 If you prefer working with git, it is possible to use:

    *  git:// (clone of trunk)
    *  git:// (clone of packages)

I must have been blind. ;-)

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