On Sun, 24 Aug 2008, Niall O Broin wrote:
> OpenWRT seems to be a very flexible solution, allowing you to build an
> embedded system which does exactly what you want, but requiring some work to
> decide what exactly THAT is.
OpenWRT requires work? Perhaps you're using builds without the X-Wrt
One nice thing about OpenWRT is how easy it is to upgrade - you just
tar-up /etc in the unionfs and you have the files that changed.. (The
X-Wrt interface's backup/restore doesn't get this right yet, sadly -
it backed up the entire /etc, which causes problems when you then
restore it and its old versions of scripts onto a newer version).
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