[nycbug-talk] BSD Embedded Solutions for Commodity Home Routers

H. G. tekronis at gmail.com
Thu Aug 9 21:20:30 EDT 2007

Greets folks.

By now, most of us have heard about projects like OpenWRT, Sveasoft and
other Linux
solutions for running embedded on commodity home routers, like the infamous
WRT54G.  I haven't heard of any equivelent BSD offerings, and the most I've
through Web searches has been "WifiBSD", which doesn't appear to have seen
since 2005.  Do there really exist no solutions in this space?  If there
are, anyone have
practical experience w/ them?

Purely curious.

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