successor to the Linux-based NSLU2 (aka "SLUG"). "As delivered out
of the box, the NAS200 appears to be a very simple consumer device aimed at
Windows PC users, or at least users with SMB-based networks. However, a
nicely organized source code tree and a system-on-chip processor executing
applications built for the 486 architecture could ultimately make the
NAS200 even more popular with hackers than the NSLU2, for which multiple
alternative firmware builds have cropped up.
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