>Actually, that is inexact. Neuf Telecom has this site:
On this site it seems that, the neufbox is hacked a lot, even improved. But it's recent, then
I would wait to actually see a neuf box open sourced and working.
>Orange ships a box named Livebox, which are manufactured by either >Inventel or Sagem.
>went down, but provided sources:
Old... I'm sure they got many updates on the box...
I got http://www.liveboxlab.com/html/modules/wiwimod/ but I was not able to get my hands on
source code... and this site is mainly for creating software for the liveboxes... On their
forums, people start to complain that there is no source code to hack their box.
>Iliad may also be the best target as they're running free.fr, which is the >biggest french
Hu? It's the second(one brand) or third(all sub-IAPs) behind Orange. Then, the logic would be
to prosecute first Orange.
>Xavier Antoviaque, the "guy from neuf involved in this prosecution", isn't >from Neuf in
>http://freebox.flouzo.fr/wiki/FAQ (last question, saying approximately "He >isn't employed by
>Neuf. He has, however, a role in the Easyneuf.org community, but is >independant in this
Employed or not, it's a matter of belonging to a specific collective. For instance Miguel De
Icaza belongs to the "Al Capone company" collective and is not employed by that company. SCO
become a part of that collective before dying (ready to make sacrifice). Things can be sneaky,
vicious and ugly in this field.
In all this, we are about to miss the setup boxes(TV/Movies) case... indeed, most of the time,
those boxes collaborate closely with the "modem" box for QoS and probably more. And none of
IAPs are providing sources for those setup boxes. But that box type is quite less critical for