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UnWiredAP 0.5.0 Released!

Our new version "Half way There" 0.5.0 has just been released!!
It was a long needed overhaul of the drivers and services it supports. We now have iptables and snmp along with a (hopefully bugfree) working version of bird daemon!! Surprize us with what you can do with it :)

Posted by Stergios Tourtouropoulos 2004-04-27

UnWiredAP updated to 0.0.25

UnWiredAP is now at 0.0.25!!
After searching for a replacement ssh2 daemon to save up some really needed space, dropbear was found as an adequate solution and made UnWiredAP much smaller than before. Unfortunately the 1722k disk format is still used, because even though UnWiredAP fits in a 1440k disk, there is no real room for modules needed to use it effectively. This of course still creates the usual problems with Win NT/2000/XP that don't "support" the 1722k disk format.
It runs on kernel 2.4.22 with hostap 0.0.4 and wlan-ng 0.2.1-pre9 and everything not included in the kernel exists as a module.
UnWiredAP now has an http daemon, boa and a routing daemon, bird compiled in.
Brigde utilities are now also available!... read more

Posted by Stergios Tourtouropoulos 2003-08-30

UnWiredAP Updated to 0.0.10 !

UnWiredAP received a very needed update that fixed some very serious problems. PCMCIA works now (until proven otherwise...).

Version 0.0.10 Changes:
-Fixed a bug in the pcmcia services that couldn't let hostap_cs to load properly and register an interface.
-Using busybox 0.60.4 now, to fix a bug in modprobe.
-Fixed modules dependency files to work correctly with modprobe.
-Removed all modules/drivers from initrd. Any driver needed should be now placed in "modules" dir in floppy in a gzipped format to save space.
-Added some needed configuration scripts (pcmcia.conf, wireless.opts, hostap_cs.conf).
-Added a shutdown script to shutdown UnWiredAP properly (upon user discression).

Posted by Stergios Tourtouropoulos 2002-09-29

UnWiredAP SourceForge Site Up!

Hello, and Welcome to the new UnWiredAP site. Please check out our site http://unwiredap.sourceforge.net/ and the updates on the UnWiredAP floppy images to get up to speed.

Posted by Stergios Tourtouropoulos 2002-09-20