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This reverts commit 61bd965b04e4f00eaf4196eebb4ec6269926d551.
No, we should not link to dbi.. and these libraries..
The MS do not show the USSD messages yet. This patch modifies the
implementation to insert a CM Service Accept before the ussdNotify
to finish the establishment of the MM connection according to
3GPP TS 04.10/3.2.1.
This fix has been tested with a Blackberry phone that has shown
an ussd_grace_txt after rf_locked has been set to '1'. Without this
patch, that message wasn't shown. The phone has sent a CC Setup
and other messages before processing the channel release message sent
by the BSC, but these messages have not been forwarded to the MSC (as
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
Since automake 1.13 INCLUDES is depricates and causes a warning
The nitb will provide the RF interface as well.
Ubuntu 11.10 has changed some linker/compiler flags. Some fixes for this
can be seen here. In general the to be linked libs need to be moved into
the LDADD section of parameters. This is with the old BFD linker (not gold).
This is likely to end in some ping-pong with other versions of the linker.
/usr/bin/ld.bfd.real: bsc_hack.o: undefined reference to symbol 'osmo_init_ignore_signals'
/usr/bin/ld.bfd.real: note: 'osmo_init_ignore_signals' is defined in DSO /home/ich/install/openbsc/lib/libosmocore.so so try adding it to the linker command line
/home/ich/install/openbsc/lib/libosmocore.so: could not read symbols: Invalid operation
../../src/libbsc/libbsc.a(rest_octets.o):/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:381: more undefined references to `bitvec_set_bit' follow
../../src/libbsc/libbsc.a(rest_octets.o): In function `rest_octets_si13':
/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:382: undefined reference to `bitvec_set_uint'
/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:383: undefined reference to `bitvec_set_uint'
/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:385: undefined reference to `bitvec_set_bit'
/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:402: undefined reference to `bitvec_set_bit'
/home/ich/source/gsm/openbsc/openbsc/src/libbsc/rest_octets.c:403: undefined reference to `bitvec_set_uint'
This is a big patch that ports openBSC over libosmo-abis.
Sorry, the changes that are included here are all dependent
of libosmo-abis, splitting them into smaller pieces would
leave the repository in some intermediate state, which is
The main changes are:
- The directory libabis/ has been removed as it now lives in
- new configuration file format for nanoBTS and HSL femto, we
need to define the virtual e1_line and attach it to the OML
- all the existing BTS drivers (nanoBTS, hsl femto, Nokia site,
BS11 and rbs2000) now use the new libosmo-abis framework.
- use r232 input driver available in libosmo-abis for bs11_config.
- use ipa_msg_recv instead of old ipaccess_read_msg function.
- delete definition of gsm_e1_subslot and input_signal_data.
These structures now lives in libosmo-abis.
Most of this patch are deletions of libabis/ which has been
moved to libosmo-abis.
This patch also modifies openBSC to use all the new definitions
available in libosmocore and libosmo-abis. In order to do that,
we have replaced the following:
- DINP, DMI, DMIB and DMUX by their respective DL* correspondences.
- SS_GLOBAL by SS_L_GLOBAL
- SS_INPUT by SS_L_INPUT
- S_GLOBAL_SHUTDOWN by S_L_GLOBAL_SHUTDOWN
- SS_INPUT by SS_L_INPUT
- S_INP_* by S_L_INP_* sub-signals
- E1INP_NODE by L_E1INP_NODE vty node
This patch has been tested with:
- one nanoBTS
- the HSL femto with the examples available under libosmo-abis
- BS11 with both dahdi and misdn drivers.
This patch initializes libctrl to listen for connections on port 4249.
Additionally, control messages arriving from the nat will also be
libosmogsm is a new library that is distributed in the libosmocore.
Now, openbsc depends on it. This patch gets openbsc with this
This patch also rewrites all include path to the new
Signed-off-by: Pablo Neira Ayuso <firstname.lastname@example.org>
... and make sure tests work again after restructuring
The new structure divides the code into a number of libraries
for the BSC core functionality, MSC core functionality, Abis transport,
TRAU and other bits.
This doesn't introduce any functional code change but simply moves
around files and alters Makefile.am accordingly.
Next step would be to disentangle a lot of the inter-library
dependencies and make the individual bits of code more independent.