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An Open Source Wi-Fi Roundup

last modified 2006-02-22 03:52 PM

FOSS innovation for Wi-Fi.

One criticism proponents of proprietary software (POPS?) often make, is the FOSS is never innovative - it's always me-too stuff. This article is just one more example of FOSS innovation in a bleading-edge area of technology.

The most interesting project is the CD-based linux wi-fi router. Ever wonder what to do with that old laptop lying around? Here's a good use.

And for those who are interested in hacking their Linksys WRT54G wi-fi router, here is a complete how-to guide. This site is another interesting project.

 

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