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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Linux Router Project?
From: "Dale W Hodge" <dwh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 10:14:18 -0500
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:discussion-bounce@xxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of David Carmichael
> 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?

I use Coyote Linux which is one of the few mini dists that
support PPPoE that my DSL connection needs.

Another one to look at is FrazierWall Ken Frazier did this one, and
he'll be doing a presentation on it in 3 weeks, on May 14th.

Both of these are offshoots of the Linux Router Project
Which distribution you choose will depend on your requirements for both features
and supported network cards.  My choices were restricted due to needing PPPoE
support, as most of the floppy dists don't support it.


Dale W Hodge - dwh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Air Capital Linux User's Group  (ACLUG)

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