[TriLUG] Oh cool my router runs Linux!!!
David A. Cafaro
dac at trilug.org
Wed Jul 30 10:27:51 EDT 2008
LOL, yeah, I tried one of those Linksys, would lock up every other
day. Went back to Netgear for steady connections.
Course I never tried running a custom firmware on the Linksys, didn't
have the time at the time.
Funny how everyone has different experiences ;-)
David A. Cafaro <dac at trilug.org> <dac at cafaro.net>
Cafaro's Ramblings: www.cafaro.net
On Jul 30, 2008, at 9:33 AM, Shane O. wrote:
> And now we should be able to get some empirical data as to whether
> sucks because their hardware sucks or because their software sucks.
> Linksys WRT54GL is your friend. :-)
> Shane O.
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 9:40 PM, David A. Cafaro <dac at trilug.org>
>> Ok, I had no clue that Netgear had in braced linux so much. I knew
>> they had just released a g based router specifically for supporting
>> linux hobbyists, but I just found this page:
>> And download the firmware source code for my brand new WNR3500
>> Wireless N gigabit switch router. In the source code includes full
>> instructions for building the firmware from source so that you can
>> load your own built firmware.
>> Now not sure it includes everything you need for a working router,
>> this does have some potential, just need to dig further and see
>> Anyone else notice this?
>> David A. Cafaro <dac at trilug.org> <dac at cafaro.net>
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> Shane O.
> Shane O'Donnell
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