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Linux Firmware For Some 802.11b Access Points 145

Posted by timothy
from the now-that-is-a-busybox dept.
drwho writes "This just unveiled at the BAWUG meeting tonight: Linux firmware for Access Points. Check this URL for more info. I haven't tried it yet but it looks great!" The upshot is that certain Access Points can be flashed with a stripped-down Linux system, which makes them more flexible than they'd be under the included firmware. There are even some screenshots of a modded access point booting up.
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Linux Firmware For Some 802.11b Access Points

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