Still need to confirm I’ve got a working self-compiled version on an XO Done – Firmware  Driver: Unlike the usb thin firmware, the sd thin firmware was built to continue to support the original Full MAC mode. Done Thin firmware spec. Does network work with standard libertas full firmware? Was able to revert them and got it working. Discussions will include endpoint security, mobile security and the latest in malware threats.
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The latest firmware release is 9.
And for myself I wouldn’t need to route to an upstream internet connection. On Sat, Sep 22, at 2: I’ll work with this kernel since the XO will work and it’s in-sync. I have a web interface that I can call up on a tablet or phone. Still need to confirm I’ve got a working self-compiled version on an XO There are simple instructions for setting up a gumstix with a wifi interface here:. Verify in debugger that firmware is running.
status of libertas_tf + sdio?
Was able to revert them and got it working. On Sat, Sep 22, at Discussions will include endpoint security, mobile security and the latest in malware threats. About the tablet Specifications Buying Help using Support for. Were you using udhcpd? Sat, 22 Sep Thanks, Chris Everyone hates slow websites.
Does network work with standard libertas full firmware? On Sat, Sep 22, at 4: In an ad-hoc network you can’t get this type of feedback, so the node will use the max configured rf output, possibly reducing your battery life. Thank, Chris Live Security Virtual Conference Exclusive live event will cover all the ways today’s security and threat landscape has changed and how IT managers can respond.
status of libertas_tf + sdio?
For me, the big difference is that I don’t believe you can’t do WPA2 in ad-hoc libertss. Find out if wireless-testing will work on the OLPC. But for the longer term, I’d really love to get more information on how to setup the gumstix itself as a wifi access point. I posted a “me too” sort of response early in this thread, so here’s an update of what I have learned ssdio figured out.
Ultimately, we will deliver a thin firmware and a working libertas tf driver to go with it. It’s probably standard linux network admin stuff, but I personally have never had to travel down that path so I don’t know what the oibertas might be to make something like that work.
libertas-tf-sdio not loading firmware (switched to mdev from udev)
Views Page Discussion View source History. I’m already working on this. Unlike the usb thin firmware, the sd thin firmware was built to continue to support the original Full MAC mode. It seems fairly straight forward to port the old thinfirmware sdio driver to the 3.
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There is already a clue telling that AP mode libertas-tf sdio drivers are available in the old kernels, from what Chris says, I need AP mode on gumstix overo-fire, for two projects. AP mode for Gumstix Wifi.
I have setup whole of the OE to liberta on this, and have made a post on this too, Recently Gumstix made linaro available, I have to yet check out that image if AP works out-of-the-box. There are simple instructions for setting up a gumstix with a wifi interface here: This may be a dumb question, but now that I have an “ad-hoc” libettas point running, what do I need to do to get WEP running?
This ability would permit OLPC to include a single file to support both firmware modes. Is there any interest libetas working on this? Free forum by Nabble.