[MLB-WIRELESS] All quiet on the Wireless front....
chris at csamuel.org
Wed Aug 4 07:19:00 EST 2004
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On Tuesday 03 Aug 2004 11:45 pm, Dan Flett wrote:
> * The latest version of Quagga ported to the WRT54G, Sveasoft is using
> Zebra 0.92-something.
OpenWRT gives you Quagga 0.96.4 as an optional package at the moment.
In fact this is one of the reasons I like OpenWRT so much, you get a very
small base install with a telnet server and virtually everything else
(dropbear SSH server, Quagga, tcpdump, strace) are optional packages that you
pull down once you've upgraded to OpenWRT.
Downside of OpenWRT is that it takes quite a while to build and quite a bit of
disk space (~1GB) as you need to construct your own toolchain (including
MIPSEL builds of gcc, etc) before the automated process can get around to
building the firmware.
But it works (at least for me) so far.
Chris Samuel : http://www.csamuel.org/ : Melbourne, VIC
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