AW: [ECOS] ecos support for linksys wrt54g
Thu Dec 16 07:47:00 GMT 2004
> Von: firstname.lastname@example.org
> I am new to embedded world.
> I was suggested to take the Linksys Wireless Router wrt54g device
> along with ecos to experiment with.
> I started with installing cygwin and played a bit,but it didn't quite
> workout well.
> Then i switched to Linux and was able to built all the necessary
> crosscompilers. )hopefully it works :)-
> I also built the ecos configtool for linux successfully.
> I didn't find the support for the above target and am stuck with my
> experiment. After browsing through the ecos book, there is a way,
> though a bit complex )for a newbie), to add support to a new target.
> I was wondering if someone on this list have ported the ecos for above
> target platform and is willing to share it. wrt54g uses mipsel linux
I think getting ecos to run on this box may not be the main work, once it runs it should probably also provide the routing functionality. AFAIK the wrt54ag features the Atheros AR5002A 802.11 chipset, not sure about the wrt54g. For this chipset there are drivers in FreeBSD, which could maybe be ported to eCos (...quite a few WLAN requests in the last weeks). You might find some people willing to help you if you search the list archive.
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