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I consider OpenWRT to be _the_ distribution for embedded use.
It's easy to use. It's easy to develop on. It's easy to port.
LK2008: Embedded and Mobile Linux
Posted Oct 23, 2008 17:11 UTC (Thu) by Duncan (guest, #6647)
(I only recently bought a wireless router, a Linksys WRT54GL that
happened to be on sale at Fry's for $50, to compliment and connect my new
Acer Aspire One. Of course, being a strong FLOSS believer, it didn't
take me long to kill the shipped firmware in favor of a FLOSS
alternative, only long enough to do the research and find OpenWRT both
the most open and the most flexible. I'm now looking forward to the time
when a freedomware 2.6 kernel module can replace the no-freedomware 2.4
proprietary wireless module for full openness.)
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