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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Linux Router Project?
From: Abdul Basit Khatri <basit@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 01:33:00 +0500 (PKT)
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Hi you can try pklinux instead of LRP
pklinux can be found at

It can run on your 486 with 8MB  ram ..
and you can configure it for your devices!

hope this helps

On Fri, 27 Apr 2001, 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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