Luca Dionisi | 1 May 18:14 2012
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Re: mail test

On Sat, Apr 28, 2012 at 1:54 PM, Jaromil <jaromil@...> wrote:
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> please ignore this mail, we changed ip of the mailinglist server and
> this is just a test to see if all works as expected.
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It looks good.

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Luca Dionisi | 1 May 18:16 2012
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netsukuku is now running on a router

It is possible to compile a OpenWRT firmware for the wireless router
TPLink WR1043ND with which you can run Netsukuku.
This device has 8 MB of flash storage and 32 MB of RAM.
(It also has an USB port that one could use to get more storage, but
that's not needed to be able to run ntkd)

I finally succeeded to install it. It is the Vala implementation that
I am working on recently.
It hasn't got yet all of the features that were in the python version.
Anyhow, once you start it and give it a NIC interface, it will automatically:
  * obtain an IP address (this will not harm the one IP you got from
your ISP, if any)
  * listen to neighborhood for other netsukuku nodes
  * configure routing tables in order to reach other nodes in the network

During the process I wrote down some notes, I placed them here today:
http://lab.dyne.org/Netsukuku_Dev/vala/flashing_notes

It's a starting point, if someone wants to try with his hardware.

--Luca
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Luca Cappelletti | 2 May 16:58 2012
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Re: netsukuku is now running on a router

On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 6:16 PM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

It is possible to compile a OpenWRT firmware for the wireless router
TPLink WR1043ND with which you can run Netsukuku.
This device has 8 MB of flash storage and 32 MB of RAM.
(It also has an USB port that one could use to get more storage, but
that's not needed to be able to run ntkd)

I finally succeeded to install it. It is the Vala implementation that
I am working on recently.
It hasn't got yet all of the features that were in the python version.
Anyhow, once you start it and give it a NIC interface, it will automatically:
 * obtain an IP address (this will not harm the one IP you got from
your ISP, if any)
 * listen to neighborhood for other netsukuku nodes
 * configure routing tables in order to reach other nodes in the network

During the process I wrote down some notes, I placed them here today:
http://lab.dyne.org/Netsukuku_Dev/vala/flashing_notes

It's a starting point, if someone wants to try with his hardware.


\o/

go Luca!

:)

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Hollman Enciso R. | 2 May 17:16 2012
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Re: netsukuku is now running on a router



On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 11:16 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
It is possible to compile a OpenWRT firmware for the wireless router
TPLink WR1043ND with which you can run Netsukuku.
This device has 8 MB of flash storage and 32 MB of RAM.
(It also has an USB port that one could use to get more storage, but
that's not needed to be able to run ntkd)

I finally succeeded to install it. It is the Vala implementation that
I am working on recently.
It hasn't got yet all of the features that were in the python version.
Anyhow, once you start it and give it a NIC interface, it will automatically:
 * obtain an IP address (this will not harm the one IP you got from
your ISP, if any)
 * listen to neighborhood for other netsukuku nodes
 * configure routing tables in order to reach other nodes in the network

During the process I wrote down some notes, I placed them here today:
http://lab.dyne.org/Netsukuku_Dev/vala/flashing_notes

It's a starting point, if someone wants to try with his hardware.

--Luca

Excellent new :D

Luca, where I can find information to install on x86 ?
.. for test connection between router and my laptop

thanks!

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Luca Dionisi | 3 May 08:36 2012
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Re: netsukuku is now running on a router

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 5:16 PM, Hollman Enciso R.
<hollman.enciso@...> wrote:
> Luca, where I can find information to install on x86 ?

Ah, right... for x86.
It should go like this:
# dependencies
sudo apt-get install libgcrypt11-dev libpth-dev libgee-dev tinc
# grab code
bzr branch bzr://bzr.savannah.nongnu.org/netsukuku/vala netsukuku
# build
cd netsukuku
make
make test
# you now have the daemon ./ntkd

Then read ./INSTALL/linux/README for instructions on configuration
files. This goes also for the router.

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lilo | 3 May 10:41 2012

Re: update: netsukuku running on a router

Il 27/04/2012 00:00, Luca Dionisi ha scritto:
> It is possible to compile a OpenWRT firmware for the wireless router
> TPLink WR1043ND with which you can run Netsukuku.
> This device has 8 MB of flash storage and 32 MB of RAM.
> (It also has an USB port that one could use to get more storage, but
> that's not needed to be able to run ntkd)
> 
> I finally succeeded to install it. It is the Vala implementation that
> I am working on recently.
> It hasn't got yet all of the features that were in the python version.
> Anyhow, once you start it and give it a NIC interface, it will automatically:
>   * obtain an IP address (this will not harm the one IP you got from
> your ISP, if any)
>   * listen to neighborhood for other netsukuku nodes
>   * configure routing tables in order to reach other nodes in the network
> 
> During the process I wrote down some notes, I placed them here today:
> http://lab.dyne.org/Netsukuku_Dev/vala/flashing_notes
> 
> It's a starting point, if someone wants to try with its hardware.
> 
> --Luca

eddaje :-D

ops, sorry!!

\o great job Luca

:-)

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Luca Dionisi | 4 May 10:37 2012
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A proposal

The project Netsukuku is alive, and under active development.
Nonetheless it is a fact that advancements with the development of the software come at a very slow pace, though they are real and quite steady.
I think that it is important that the fundamental features of the project may be implemented more quickly; those features are also realistically feasible (pyntk.blogspot.com).

For quite some time I think about trying the way of crowd funding as a means for me to be able to devote myself to the development continuously. Crowd funding is a mechanism to raise funds for a project by donation pledges, that are usually of low amount. These pledges become real donations only if, within an expiration period, their total amount grows up to the minimum requirement for the project.

I evaluated that, if I can reach an amount of 15,000 € (circa 20,000 $), I would be able to work on the project part-time (4 hours a day) for one year. This would imply, indeed, that I cannot work full-time for my current employer.
The reason why I thought that I could make this proposal is that, if we focus on the aspect of the production of the software in Vala and consequently its installation on embedded devices with OpenWRT, that I am the only developer working on it. This continuously for over 18 months, though only in my spare time.
I still have to choose the funding platform (kickstarter.com, fundageek.com, ipledg.com, eppela.com, ...) and make all the steps for the presentation of the project. Anyway in the meantime, I wanted to test the waters on this community and with some contacts of mine.
Soooo, what do you think?

Luca Dionisi

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Previdi Roberto | 4 May 14:01 2012
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Re: A proposal

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:

I evaluated that, if I can reach an amount of 15,000 € (circa 20,000 $), I would be able to work on the project part-time (4 hours a day) for one year. This would imply, indeed, that I cannot work full-time for my current employer.

I would certainly pledge 15 or maybe 20€ to support the development of netsukuku, because it's one of the necessary steps to keep the net free in the future..
But i don't know if netsukuku is known enough to raise 1500-3000 pledgers to reach the needed amount..

Roberto Previdi
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ACCEHN3ATOP | 4 May 14:05 2012
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Re: A proposal

04.05.2012 16:01, Previdi Roberto написал:
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I evaluated that, if I can reach an amount of 15,000 € (circa 20,000 $), I would be able to work on the project part-time (4 hours a day) for one year. This would imply, indeed, that I cannot work full-time for my current employer.

I would certainly pledge 15 or maybe 20€ to support the development of netsukuku, because it's one of the necessary steps to keep the net free in the future..
But i don't know if netsukuku is known enough to raise 1500-3000 pledgers to reach the needed amount..

Roberto Previdi


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ruddhil | 4 May 14:06 2012
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Re: Money

I've been reading this mailing list for a while. I think the issue of money was raised in the passed and dismissed as not being useful.

Ruddhil

On 04/05/2012 13:01, Previdi Roberto wrote:
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:37 AM, Luca Dionisi <luca.dionisi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
I evaluated that, if I can reach an amount of 15,000 € (circa 20,000 $), I would be able to work on the project part-time (4 hours a day) for one year. This would imply, indeed, that I cannot work full-time for my current employer.

I would certainly pledge 15 or maybe 20€ to support the development of netsukuku, because it's one of the necessary steps to keep the net free in the future..
But i don't know if netsukuku is known enough to raise 1500-3000 pledgers to reach the needed amount..

Roberto Previdi
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