[aprssig] aprssig Digest, Vol 55, Issue 15

Iain Young, G7III g7iii at g7iii.net
Tue Jan 13 18:12:18 EST 2009

 From memory, they tried this, then released a "Linux" version of the HW.

What actually happened was they released HW with WindRiver's proprietory
O/S (Yes, the same one as on the Mars Rovers) that needed less memory,
so they cut the memory in half.

They then re-released the same model with more memory again. The details
of exactly which models have which, should be at openwrt.org



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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