TS M30 files processing
laforge at gnumonks.org
Tue Mar 9 08:57:17 UTC 2010
Hi Hopsing K,
On Mon, Mar 01, 2010 at 10:48:39PM +0100, Hopsing K wrote:
> I was preparsing the TS M30g smStack a bit and
> came out with something like this:
> http://netplugin.sourceforge.net/ ++append+next++
> (please concat the two url parts).
Thanks for sharing this.
However, please consider that even while the TSM30 code has been
available online for some 5 years now (and thus the information
contained in it can no longer be considered a trade secret): The code
still has copyright, i.e. without the explicit approval of the copyright
holders you cannot redistribute it and make copies (like now on
> I wondered weather I could support this project a
> bit by processing some more of the TS M30 files.
Thanks a lot for your offer. I suppose those people who look at the
TSM30 code so far (including myself) are using non-networked tools like
'ctags' / 'etags' for source navigation.
> Also some hint:
> Isnt there a software only way to run the stack:
> Put even Layer1 on the PC ? Then connect
> directly to BTC software? Kind off skip the messy
> embedded thing altogether for development.
this is something I've been thinking about in the past. but then you
1) implement a 'fake BTS' that implements at least the Layer2 (possibly
also Layer1) over e.g. multicast IP
2) Connect this 'fake BTS' to OpenBSC
3) implement a 'fake layer1' for the MS side implementing the same
"Um over multicast IP" approach.
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