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

Brian A. Seklecki lavalamp at spiritual-machines.org
Fri Aug 10 21:00:30 EDT 2007

How embedded to you need to get?  ARM/MIPS / 8MB RAM / MTD-NAND Flash etc? 
Its tough to get that tiny, I've found, and we dont have a flash FS yet. 
It could and will be done though.  Check my project out.


On Thu, 9 Aug 2007, H. G. wrote:

> 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
> Linksys
> WRT54G.  I haven't heard of any equivelent BSD offerings, and the most I've
> found
> through Web searches has been "WifiBSD", which doesn't appear to have seen
> activity
> since 2005.  Do there really exist no solutions in this space?  If there
> are, anyone have
> practical experience w/ them?
> Purely curious.
> Thanks.

 	-lava (Brian A. Seklecki - Pittsburgh, PA, USA)

     "Guilty? Yeah. But he knows it. I mean, you're guilty.
     You just don't know it. So who's really in jail?"
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