[TriLUG] Linux version of WRT54G back
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 11:58:42 EST 2005
Wait a minute.. now that I was so happy I responded to basically the
same e-mail twice (though in my defense I thought I trashed this first
response before sending the second) I'm a little worried.
I really hope that the version that Linksys is going to ship is NOT
second generation V4 box that had the patched binary that would not
allow tftp code uploads. I managed to resell my v.4 w/patched binary
before cracking it so I don't know if it was possible or not. I
suppose we'll have to wait for the first person to order one and try
it out. I'll be waiting and wondering until then.
I'd sure like to see "boot_wait" on by default on the "GL" unit.
At least I got a slightly warm/fuzzy from the following line:
Dhillon adds, "We still wanted to have a Linux SKU for the Linux
audience. In general, we want to make sure our Linux community is
On 12/2/05, Greg Brown <gwbrown1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> BOO-YAH!!!! My wireless empire will continue!!!
> On 12/2/05, Lance A. Brown <lance at bearcircle.net> wrote:
> > The linux versino of the WRT54G is back for sale. :-)
> > LinkSys last month switched the standard model of its ubiquitous WRT54G
> > wireless router from Linux to VxWorks, starting with the "series 5"
> > version. Now, LinkSys is shipping a Linux-based WRT54GL model that it
> > says it created specially for Linux hobbyists, hackers, and aficianados.
> > The L version is identical to the "series 4" WRT54G units that Linux
> > hobbyists have long enjoyed hacking, according to the company.
> > -- http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS4729641740.html
> > --[Lance]
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