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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Linux Router Project?
From: Jonathan Hall <jonhall@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 03:46:32 -0500
Reply-to: discussion@xxxxxxxxx I believe

And yes... I've used it... I don't suppose it would be wise for me to
discuss my experience with it, tho, as I get enough slack from other group
members about the presentation I gave about it already...

"101 reasons never to touch LRP with a 10-foot pole"


On Fri, Apr 27, 2001 at 02:48:42AM -0500, David Carmichael wrote:
> Does anybody here know of the 'Linux Router Project'.  The "Screen Savers'
> have spoke of it.
>     (enough 'Linux' on a single 1.44 floppy to load, configure hardware, and
> work as a broadband router)
> If so... have you installed it?
> Here is the deal..
> My stepfather has an old IBM 486 50mhz which either the IDE controller has
> gone bad or the harddrive has gone bad.
> We have tried to install a new (800mb) harddrive and it would not work.
> Tried a new IDE controler card, but could not disable the onboard IDE so
> could not boot from the new card....
> This system has 64meg of the old 30pin simms, which he had paid a good chunk
> of change for.... and would really hate to trash the system.
> Anybody point me to the web site in question.
> --David
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