Andreas Wagner | 29 Sep 20:23 2010
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Netsukuku for university mesh network

Hello Netsukuku developers,

I am in a club at my university and we are starting work on a mesh
network. We are considering using the netsukuku protocol. Is netsukuku
ready for use? If it is not ready for production, would it be ready
for beta testing and would you be willing to work with us, provide
feedback and help us troubleshoot?

Thank you,
the Wentworth mesh network team
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Luca Dionisi | 30 Sep 09:38 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 8:23 PM, Andreas Wagner
<andreasbwagner@...> wrote:
> Hello Netsukuku developers,
>
> I am in a club at my university and we are starting work on a mesh
> network. We are considering using the netsukuku protocol. Is netsukuku
> ready for use? If it is not ready for production, would it be ready
> for beta testing and would you be willing to work with us, provide
> feedback and help us troubleshoot?

It is ready for beta (alpha, perhaps) testing.
I'll be happy to help you to figure out what you need and to work
around problems.
The program is still changing quite often, so you should try and
deploy a network where you will be able to upgrade the netsukuku
program quite easily.
Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
not in foneras or other small embedded systems)

--Luca
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Luca Dionisi | 30 Sep 10:41 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 9:38 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi@...> wrote:
> Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
> installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
> not in foneras or other small embedded systems)

OOoooops
I mean, at least 16 MB of disk space.
This figure is coming from the size of package python, which is around 10 MB.
Netsukuku needs Stackless Python. You probably will have to compile it
from sources.
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jaromil | 30 Sep 11:46 2010

Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network


re all,

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 10:41:08AM +0200, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 9:38 AM, Luca Dionisi
<luca.dionisi@...> wrote:
> > Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
> > installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
> > not in foneras or other small embedded systems)
>
> OOoooops I mean, at least 16 MB of disk space.  This figure is
> coming from the size of package python, which is around 10 MB.

i doubt this prevents deployement on embedded devices: NSLU2, some
Buffalo and Asus DeLuxe models of wifi AP for instance have usb ports
and using a few more kernel modules in jffs storage it's possible to
mount external usb2 storage and have plenty of space there (to install
openwrt's optware for instance). i think also the most recent Foneras
have a usb2 port.

ciao

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Luca Dionisi | 30 Sep 12:09 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 11:46 AM, jaromil <jaromil@...> wrote:
> i doubt this prevents deployement on embedded devices: NSLU2, some
> Buffalo and Asus DeLuxe models of wifi AP for instance have usb ports
> and using a few more kernel modules in jffs storage it's possible to
> mount external usb2 storage and have plenty of space there (to install
> openwrt's optware for instance). i think also the most recent Foneras
> have a usb2 port.

Yes, it could be an option. My linksys have not an USB port, so I
didn't think of it.
Anyway, for testing this "early stage" version of netsukuku I would
suggest using real PCs.

--Luca
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pieropierino | 30 Sep 12:28 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

a jaro non gli si alza piu!

2010/9/30 jaromil <jaromil <at> dyne.org>
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re all,

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 10:41:08AM +0200, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 9:38 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> > Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
> > installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
> > not in foneras or other small embedded systems)
>
> OOoooops I mean, at least 16 MB of disk space.  This figure is
> coming from the size of package python, which is around 10 MB.

i doubt this prevents deployement on embedded devices: NSLU2, some
Buffalo and Asus DeLuxe models of wifi AP for instance have usb ports
and using a few more kernel modules in jffs storage it's possible to
mount external usb2 storage and have plenty of space there (to install
openwrt's optware for instance). i think also the most recent Foneras
have a usb2 port.

ciao

- --
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jaromil | 30 Sep 12:43 2010

Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 12:28:34PM +0200, pieropierino wrote:
> a jaro non gli si alza piu!

piu' di cosi' vuoi dire!
tengo un CILINDRO DEI PAZZI da tenere a bada, altro che

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Pete | 30 Sep 15:25 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

Some one please tell me how i get started ....

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 3:38 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 8:23 PM, Andreas Wagner
<andreasbwagner-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Hello Netsukuku developers,
>
> I am in a club at my university and we are starting work on a mesh
> network. We are considering using the netsukuku protocol. Is netsukuku
> ready for use? If it is not ready for production, would it be ready
> for beta testing and would you be willing to work with us, provide
> feedback and help us troubleshoot?

It is ready for beta (alpha, perhaps) testing.
I'll be happy to help you to figure out what you need and to work
around problems.
The program is still changing quite often, so you should try and
deploy a network where you will be able to upgrade the netsukuku
program quite easily.
Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
not in foneras or other small embedded systems)

--Luca
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Luca Dionisi | 30 Sep 15:32 2010
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Get Started

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Pete <peterpnell@...> wrote:
> Some one please tell me how i get started ....

What do you want to achieve?
Do you want to read the code and help?
Do you want to test the code in a virtual network?
Test it on real hardware? How many pcs? they are linux, right?
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pieropierino | 30 Sep 16:49 2010
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Re: Netsukuku for university mesh network

ecco bravi a smanettoni!
ma che cazzo ci faccio sulla lista di tezoku? ma poi che è sto cazzoku? è qualcosa tipo il sudoku? ci posso giocare mentre sono in metro?


2010/9/30 Pete <peterpnell <at> gmail.com>
Some one please tell me how i get started ....

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 3:38 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 8:23 PM, Andreas Wagner
<andreasbwagner-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
> Hello Netsukuku developers,
>
> I am in a club at my university and we are starting work on a mesh
> network. We are considering using the netsukuku protocol. Is netsukuku
> ready for use? If it is not ready for production, would it be ready
> for beta testing and would you be willing to work with us, provide
> feedback and help us troubleshoot?

It is ready for beta (alpha, perhaps) testing.
I'll be happy to help you to figure out what you need and to work
around problems.
The program is still changing quite often, so you should try and
deploy a network where you will be able to upgrade the netsukuku
program quite easily.

Tell me about the nodes that will form the network. Netsukuku can be
installed in linux systems with at least 16/32 GB of disk space (i.e.
not in foneras or other small embedded systems)

--Luca
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