domi at tomcsanyi.net
Tue May 15 08:26:53 UTC 2018
I’m really happy to see someone being so enthusiastic about testing out OsmocomBB. It is definitely one of the most intereting open-source projects out there.
However I feel like there is an imbalance between the amount of mails being sent and the amount of fiddling done. Don’t take this the wrong way, but if you attempted to compile the code and test it out, or watch some talks/videos you would not need to search for osmocon or try to extend it with USB support. I am only saying this because the amount of time spent on writing the mails in question would have been enough, in my opinion, to actually do the task in question. Therefore it does not always make sense to write an email before just trying it out. Don’t worry about trying out things, there is not much chance of you breaking anything :).
All in all this software was created, as far as I know by people testing and trying tirelessly and eventually succeeding in achieving their goals. This is the spirit of hacking and open-source.
Happy hacking, get your fingers dirty :)!
2018. máj. 15. dátummal, 6:22 időpontban Nikos Balkanas <nbalkanas at gmail.com> írta:
> I guess, both are serial protocols and the hardware adaptor takes care of legit default serial values.
> Still the problem is to find a free available usb port for communication:(
> Will have to test and see:)
>> On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 7:02 AM, Nikos Balkanas <nbalkanas at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ty Craig,
>> I'll try it for myself before changing anything:)
>> I'm surprised, however, that osmocon can work like that. RS232 interfaces need different initialization (baud rate, stop bits, parity, etc) that usb doesn't understant!
>>> On Tue, May 15, 2018 at 5:24 AM, Craig Comstock <craig at unreasonablefarm.org> wrote:
>>> Hi Nikos,
>>> > Planning to add usb support to osmocon.
>>> > Is there any interest for a patch, or should I do it just for myself?
>>> > PS: You can convert a USB port to serial with a USB2serial converter:)
>>> Exactly. I have mostly used a USB to serial adapter without modifying osmocom-bb code at all. At one point I also built osmocom-bb natively on a raspberry-pi and was able to operate that way to some extent.
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