First RSPRO deployed !
freebsd-mips at dino.sk
Thu Nov 11 23:00:06 UTC 2010
On Thursday 11 November 2010 12:14:30 Luiz Otavio O Souza wrote:
> >> I'm running a slightly modified version of current (for the RTC support
> >> and basic multi-phy/switch support - still without vlan support).
> > Could you share your changes/patches? I have this board too and could
> > benefit from it too... you did a bit more already than me...
> Hi Milan,
> Sure, all my patches/changes are available, but as i said, it's only small
Do you have a summary somewhere?
> >> The only problem i had was with the WPA - hostapd - setup (never did it
> >> before, so i probably have screwed the setup).
> > If you could show config, maybe someone could help you. I have tested WPA
> > setup with two FreeBSD systems and Atheros cards and it worked. I could
> > use my FreeBSD AP as an internet gateway for wifi enabled Nokia E66,
> > too, so I think a verified it a bit :) and this kind of things should
> > not be arch dependent :)
> Here is my config (ifconfig - rc.conf):
> create_args_wlan1="wlanmode hostap mode 11g descr wireless-ap"
> ifconfig_wlan1="ssid wpa-test channel 1"
In my case, rc.conf is this:
> My hostapd.conf: http://pastebin.com/fz6pNfHX
> (have tried with and without preamble, with eapol_version = 1 and 2 and
> with wpa = 1 and 3)
This is all and it works... tested with Nokia E66.
> >> It's running fully static, booting a gziped kernel from onboard flash
> >> and with a full system on a 8GB SD card (i've another two 4GB
> >> memsticks, one is used for ports and the other for sources and obj).
> > Again, it would be great if you could share your experience - I would
> > like to run from flash too, but did not came there yet, I am still only
> > at netboot stage with USB flasdisk based file system.
> > Regards,
> > Milan
> adrian@ keeps a wiki page with some information about this:
I know about this page... actually, I am using patches mentioned there,
downloaded from http://people.freebsd.org/~kan/usb_rspro.diff so I can use
Also, I use attached kernel config, but this needs some changes. For RTC a
patch is probably necessary. GPIO definition needs to be changed a bit. I did
not test any miniPCI card yet. Maybe again some patch is needed...
I found http://people.freebsd.org/~adrian/rspro/ - do you use any patch from
Last thing coming from your dmesg - where did you get driver for switch
connected to arge1 and what could you do with it?
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options INET # InterNETworking
options PSEUDOFS # Pseudo-filesystem framework
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