[Server-devel] Notes from first day in Mongolia.

Kim Quirk kim at laptop.org
Thu Jan 17 10:25:34 EST 2008

Do you know what version of code was shipped with the laptops to mongolia?
Was it 623?

If so, you probably want to (need to?) upgrade...


On Jan 17, 2008 9:39 AM, David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> wrote:

> Just some quick notes I threw together today so I didn't forget....
> br0 has wrong IPv6 address -- link-local not site-local.
> br1 and br2 seem to have the _same_ IPv6 address (or maybe I hallucinate)
> Primary and Auxiliary servers have same set of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on
> each interface
> Aux server shouldn't have on dummy0 (or eth0)
> radvd not running by default, not configured to match the interfaces
> Wireless module failed on first reboot:
>  usb8xxx: USB in failure status: -71
> RFE: Add a cat5 pinout guide. I didn't have internet to look it up.
> Wireless penetration is extremely poor. We'll probably need mesh
> repeaters -- it makes little sense to have so many servers.
> Need mains->USB power adapters. Or preferably active antennae which we
> can feed Ethernet with POE.
> ssh login with password is broken.
> Broadcasts on the mesh seem to take out connectivity, as seen in 1cc
> Machines should power up automatically on AC
> Should print password and include in box. Again, no internet.
> We need to remember to buy cable clips (for nailing cable to walls) as
> well as the cable itself. And remember that many schools will have some
> existing computers which we should wire up for internet access while
> we're at it.
> --
> dwmw2
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