This is easy, edit /etc/shorewall/rules Mine is this ACCEPT net fw udp 80,22,10000 ACCEPT net fw tcp 80,22,10000 Just letting in http ssh and webmin, find out which port they use. Then shorewall restart. The wireless interface should work now with mediatomb etc.
No, but the driver will be in kernel-next. I have built from the kernel wireless git and it works fine. Linux Arch Linux ARM install 2.6.36-rc6-wl-47755-g412d5af-dirty It has strange modules seemingly unconnected, like led, cfg80211 etc I could write a patch but it would be a lot of work.
Are there some news on this front? I really would like to update my Arch Linux ARM install installation but I'm concerned that it looses his ability as a wlan ap. Pacman -Syu showing me "kernel26-headers-184.108.40.206-1".
I wrote to Mike.last night. Kernel 2.6.37 has the modules in staging, so no patch required, just kernel config, this is now out of rc stage. Although this applies to carl9170, othe sticks already work and are more reliable.
Added a few more Wi-Fi drivers to use your plug as an access point. It *should* all be in place, but don't expect guides on how to make your device into a router. That's beyond the scope of running Linux on a plug.