Rod Whitby (MokoMakefile author) moves on to start WebOS Internals

Michael 'Mickey' Lauer mickey at
Wed Oct 14 10:24:14 CEST 2009

Hi Alan,

> On a related point seems to be using the old hackish
> 3gpp ts07.10 user space code. 

Correct, for systems which don't use premultiplexed drivers, we're
resorting to a userland muxer (not the gsm0710muxd though, but rather a
clean implementation based on other code). I'd love to see a kernel
muxer, really. While I don't think it makes a difference on GPRS, it
might improve system performance on EDGE or UMTS a lot.

> I've got almost all of a kernel driver only
> my AT+CMUX capable device has expired. Dunno if anyone is interested in
> finishing the job (its basically written but not at all debugged and I
> know the tx queueing needs work either to make it do all the priorities
> right or just forget the the whole priority nightmare)

I think it'd be great if you could upload your code somewhere.

> Alternatively does anyone know what cheaper EU devices support AT+CMUX,
> it seems quite rare this side of the pond

Do you no longer have an Openmoko device? If not, I could arrange to
ship you one -- it may have problems, but at least the GSM would work.

Best regards,


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