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Linux on Airport Basestation

Please dont ask me why, but this guy has figured out how to install Linux 2.2.16 on the original Apple Airport Basetstation (graphite). I cant possibly think of a use, but the author says:

"Having a linux router obviously offers a huge amount of flexibility. Just an example: my ISP quite often drops my connection - I let 'init' take care of respawning pppoEd which in turn runs the right scripts to send me an email to work with the new IP address as soon as the new connection is up. Also, the status of the ppp link is monitored by the leftmost red LED. "

-CGP fo Life-


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