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

Michail Bletsas mbletsas at laptop.org
Thu Jan 17 20:43:27 EST 2008


It didn't even cross my mind that you might have something earlier than 
That means that you have wireless firmware that doesn't limit probe 
responses, which means that you can only  have about 20 laptops per 
channel before you start seeing severe degradation.

If you do, start  making USB keys :-(


David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> 
Sent by: server-devel-bounces at lists.laptop.org
01/17/2008 08:16 PM

Kim Quirk <kim at laptop.org>
carla at laptop.org, server-devel at laptop.org
Re: [Server-devel] Notes from first day in Mongolia.

On Thu, 2008-01-17 at 10:25 -0500, Kim Quirk wrote:
> David,
> Do you know what version of code was shipped with the laptops to
> mongolia? Was it 623?

Er, if _you_ didn't make that decision, who did? :)

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

Perhaps so -- we might need an upgrade to make the network work sanely.
Upgrading 1000 machines which have already been given to students is
going to be an interesting task though. If we do it, we want to do it
_once_, and no more :)


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