The story of the Linksys Wireless-G Router (model WRT54G) and how you can turn a $60 router into a $600 router is a little bit CSI and a little bit Freaks & Geeks. ItÃ¢â¬â¢s also the story of how the open source movement can produce a win-win scenario for both consumers and commercial vendors. … In June 2003 some folks on the #Linux Kernel Mailing List sniffed around the WRT54G and found that its firmware was based on #Linux components. Because #Linux is released under the GNU General Public License, or GPL, the terms of the license obliged Linksys to make available the source code to the WRT54G firmware …
So the Linksys WRT54G can be loaded with replacement firmware with exciting new features. Which raises the question Ã¢â¬â like what? … read more HERE at www.wi-fiplanet.com
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