Le vendredi 16 mars 2007 à 14:44 -0500, Harmon Seaver a écrit :
> I don't know if any of you have had the opportunity to look at the
> openwrt system (http://www.openwrt.org) that runs on linksys and other
> wifi routers, but having bought one of those recently and consequently
> installed first dd-wrt and then openwrt on it, I'm quite impressed. And
> it that, in fact, seeing what they were doing with the 2.4 kernel and
> how fast and small it was running on the little linksys box, that
> inspired me to reinstall sarge and a 2.4 kernel on my multia. And, in
> fact, is making me rethink the etch/2.6 installs on some of my older
> intel boxes.
> Anyway, if any one had the requisite skills and time on their hands,
> porting openwrt to alpha would be a wonderful project and probably the
> very best use that could be found for all those multias sitting around
> in people's closets. They have it ported to intels already, and a couple
> of the developers on their forum seemed to think it was do-able, but
> they had no alphas to try it on.
Given that Multias have limited expansion, eat much power, have a rather
noisy hard-disk and only have one integrated NIC, I fail to see where it
could be really interesting.
As a Multia owner, it doesn't seem so appealing to me. But hey, you're