OsmocomBB compile testing / Re: libosmocore embedded build

Craig Comstock craig_comstock at yahoo.com
Mon May 29 18:47:21 UTC 2017


I have two c139s wired up for JTAG and many others I can fiddle with. I'll give it a shot!

Craig

On May 29, 2017 7:42:38 AM CDT, Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> wrote:
>Hi Craig,
>
>On Thu, May 18, 2017 at 06:48:06PM +0000, Craig Comstock wrote:
>
>> I was thinking about how to setup an automated real device test for
>> the repo and/or PRs especially. I have devices and cables, just was
>> thinking about how to automate the re-loading of firmware (via an
>> interface to the power button I suppose).
>
>I think there has been some work by Peter and/or Kevin (Cc) on setting
>up OsmocomBB phones with a power supply (emulating a battery) and using
>some serial handshake line (next to the UART) to simulate power button
>presses in the past.  Peter?  Kevin?
>
>It would be great if you'd be willing to set up such as system,
>document
>it and then integate it.
>
>I think you don't even need your own base setation.  Simple test cases
>for OsmocomBB could include:
>
>* running bcch_scan and check that certain (known strong) cells in the
>  neigbhorhood are found
>
>* trying to register to a given network using unknwon/expired IMSI and
> confirming that the channel is established and a LU REJECT is received
>
>With such a test rig we could then automatically test every new
>libosmocore and osmcoom-bb commit to verify that it still performs
>basic
>receive and even basic rx+tx functionality.
>
>> Any work ongoing on this front? 
>
>I don't think there's much happening in OsmocomBB for many years,
>sadly.
>
>-- 
>- Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org>          
>http://laforge.gnumonks.org/
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