The routerboard project?

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The routerboard project?

Postby shirish » Fri Jun 08, 2007 5:02 am

Hi all,
http://collegegeek.org/index.php/2007/0 ... e-project/

Its an interesting project, please keep us updated on it. And if possible use the in-built blog which can be used. Something like http://www.edgewall.org/blog/ perhaps ? What do u think?
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Re: The routerboard project?

Postby zachtib » Fri Jun 08, 2007 5:04 am

Yeah, hopefully I'll get a chance to start it.

I'm confused as to what you mean about using the built-in blog. Collegegeek.org is my site, and technically separate from Deluge.
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Re: The routerboard project?

Postby shirish » Mon Jun 11, 2007 4:24 am

true but will still be interested to know as & when what happens about the routerboard. As you yourself said you would be writing your own router OS so it would be cool. Who knows it might become famous as linux trovalds kernel , I'm very much interested as to how the experiment does turn out. There is a great need as well as interest atleast in developing countries to get something like this as almost all the routers here have only 1 yr. as warranty (good for them not good for us) :(
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Re: The routerboard project?

Postby zachtib » Mon Jun 11, 2007 1:59 pm

shirish wrote:true but will still be interested to know as & when what happens about the routerboard. As you yourself said you would be writing your own router OS so it would be cool. Who knows it might become famous as linux trovalds kernel , I'm very much interested as to how the experiment does turn out. There is a great need as well as interest atleast in developing countries to get something like this as almost all the routers here have only 1 yr. as warranty (good for them not good for us) :(


Well, it's not like I'm creating the entire os myself. I'm going to use the existing kernel and other software.

But yeah, I'll keep you guys updated if i actually get anything done
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