[PATCH] Add 'country CC' command to set regulatory domain

Dmitry Shmidt dimitrysh
Tue Apr 19 16:48:56 PDT 2011

Hi Sam,

On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 7:28 AM, Sam Leffler <sleffler at google.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 2:25 AM, Jouni Malinen <j at w1.fi> wrote:
>> On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 05:13:40PM -0700, Sam Leffler wrote:
>>> With your change my dbus setter for Country needs to be changed.
>> Hmm.. What do you mean? It seems to be doing the exact same thing as the
>> control interface SET country command does now, i.e., update
>> wpa_s->conf->country and call wpa_drv_set_country().
> I'll post a patch and you can decide.
>>> It so
>>> happens I had similar changes to Dmitry that I was preparing (my country cmd
>>> displayed the current setting w/ no args). ?While you can now use "set
>>> country US" how do you get the current setting? ?It looks like "get" isn't
>>> hooked up to a general mechanism like "set" is.
>> Currently, the is no mechanism for showing the current country
>> configuration. I would have no problems adding similar mechanism to
>> reading a global parameter that SET uses. However, that alone would not
>> be enough since there is no get_country() drivers_ops and
>> wpa_s->conf->country may be unconfigured (0x00 0x00).
> I added the get_country method to the driver api and was looking for
> something to hook it up to when I hit this (something other than the
> DBus api). ?I added a "country" cmd to wpa_cli (like Dmitry) but made
> it both get+set the CC. ?After your post I just changed it to send
> "SET COUNTRY foo" for the set operation. ?I still need a way to get
> the CC given "GET COUNTRY" doesn't work.

I submitted 'get country' patch.

> Let me cleanup what I've got and post it; then you can reshape it or
> suggest an approach more in line with your thinking.
> -Sam
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