This is to help track and resolve bugs with the DebianLinuxAccessPoint and DebianApImage projects. If you think you've found a bug in how the image works please list it here along with all the information I might need to fix it. Thanks -- AdamShand.
To Be Fixed Soon
- line 15 in ../nocat/htdocs/splash.html needs 'images/' added to it
- Setup for iw_mode command to set default mode (master/managed/adhoc)
- Add notes on how to set power for cards
Touch screen support. Can this be done without X? non-X-scribble?
- Add documentation on what needs to be setup and what it does
- Create setup script to make configuration easier
- Setup a Debian Apt repository for PTP packages and configure sources.list to use it.
- Figure out command to use grub to install boot sector when image is not the boot device
Move default NoCatAuth log file to /var/log where it will (hopefully) be rotated).
To Be Done "Sometime"
These are as much ideas as anything else. Comments are appreciated.
- Is webmin a good idea?
Setting up a default message on telnet/ssh; "you are not logged in via nocat, please goto http://aa.bb.cc.dd/"
This would be a little tricky to do with telnet and there is no real way to do this with SSH that I can think of (because there is no way to display a banner before login). Actually I just learned something ... this can be done. It still requires some trickery and I'm not sure it's really that important but it would be cool. If you wanna contribute the necessary firewall rules to make it happen please do, the best way I can think of doing this is to redirect port 22 and 23 traffic to anywhere to the stylistic and display a banner there. -- AdamShand
Automatic rules update for ExtrusionDetection
- Setup Exim with TLS for mail proxying (warn about earthlink)
- Setup transparent proxy for port 80 and port 25
SSL support on nocat auth page -EricJohanson
- Real time reporting...
Upgrade to latest version of NoCatAuth to fix browser problems.
- /etc/lilo.conf.install does not point to correct kernel image; (both 2.2.x and 2.4.x)
- Why can't I ping/traceroute out via the NAT?
- interesting ... i'm not sure. the nocat nat implementation must be incomplete, i'll look into it.
- What does this mean? Any why is it saying it sooooo much? I get 1-2 of these per second. /var/log on my system is over 300 megs.
Unable to Duplicate
- DNS Server doesn't load upon bootup
- DHCP Server doesn't load upon bootup
I had this problem when i was setting up my own linux ap image, you the hostap driver takes a little while to initialize, longer than a normal one, so i fixed it by bumping dhcp to S99 in /etc/rc2.d/ --ForrestEnglish
- Setting up image to work with other devices (EG: SBCs with different PCMCIA bridges)
I think this should "just work". Can you document any issues? -- AdamShand
8 Jan 2002
- Having lynx installed would help debugging 'net connections
It has links installed which is a better lynx then lynx I've added a symlink for the uninitiated.
- Add the debian package for Wavemon (new in unstable)
- Screen doesn't turn off (might be my bios settings)
- This is apparently a BIOS issue. Eric can you provide details of what you did to the BIOS?
AdHoc mode! This would be VERY helpful for SWN folks..... I've heard rumors that we want to use ADHoc for PtP links...
This was a known issue with the 2.4.16 kernel, please upgrade to 2.4.17. -- AdamShand
- warnings loading modules; /var/log/something is readonly on kernel boot
- this is normal, don't worry about it
10 December 2001
- Update to 2.4.16 (10 Dec 2001)
- Disable -- MARK -- in syslog ("-m 0") (10 Dec 2001)
- Add simple batch file or configuration to switch to bridging instead of NAT (see /usr/local/bin/bridge-setup.sh)