From: Trevor Man (tman_at_laser.com)
Date: 2002-09-17 16:58:44 UTC
If it really is a SA1100 then it should have a MMU and should be using the standard kernel with Russell King's patches. No idea if Possio's patches do anything strange to the kernel though. Can't really glean much information from Possio's pages about the hardware itself.
The PX20 looks quite a neat product actually
From: Stuffed Crust [mailto:pizza_at_shaftnet.org] Sent: 17 September 2002 16:31
Subject: Re: Packet length problems w/ WEP
On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 05:37:07PM +0300, Jouni Malinen wrote:
> > addition, I get this message and then the system reboots:
> > wlan0: AP queue full - dropping new message
> That's not good.. I haven't seen it that message in my tests and it
> should not really happen unless the scheduled task is sleeping due to
> some other use (hostap driver should never sleep in that task).
> Do you mean that the system crashed/rebooted immediately after getting
> that message? The dmesg log did show 'AP queue full' messages, but
> was no reboot..
This looks suspiciously like he's using ucLinux or something similar, operating on an MMU-less system. Since there's no memory or stack protection, errors or stack overflows can do some pretty wild things.