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[aprssig] aprssig Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

Drew Baxter droobie at maine.rr.com
Tue Jan 13 12:50:33 UTC 2009


Any models ending in 'L' run Linux and have decent levels of 
memory.  These are usually only available through mail order here in 
the states, maybe at a Frys (for those who have one near them).

The newer WRT54G's v5+ and WRT54GS v4+ are VXworks based, low memory, 
no removable antennas (namely on the high side of the version numbers), etc.

There are ways to load Linux on the new units, but with 2mb RAM 2mb 
Flash, it's worth a little extra money to get the better units and 
avoid the headache in the first place.

http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices#Linksys_.28all_the_rest_that_is_not_re-engineered_til_today.29

--Droo, K1XVM

At 07:38 AM 1/13/2009, Dave Baxter wrote:
>Take care with your selection of WRT hardware.  The later ones are not
>running Linux internaly, and the exact hardware has changed too, so not
>that usable for "other" purposes.   That info gleaned from another
>forum.  I'll try and find the exact model numbers, but am now committed
>to other duties for a while.
>
>Dave G0WBX.




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