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Coyote Linux

Coyote Linux is a mini distribution designed for setting up network utility services such as Internet connection sharing, firewalling, or wireless access points. The goal is to make it as quick and easy as possible to set up a Linux system with only a minimal amount of Linux knowledge.

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Release Notes: This release corrects a problem with the SSH server that caused it to become inaccessible if the default port was not used.

Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the Web admin that prevented properly reloading the remote admin access lists. It also adds a simplified setup script.

Release Notes: The upnp daemon has been fixed, Web admin cleanups and bugfixes have been made, and a problem with the Web admin which caused it to become inaccessible after a configuration reload has been fixed.

Release Notes: The release installs to a hard drive and is intended for non-commericial and educational use only.

Release Notes: This release fixes disconnect problems with the PPPoE support and has several Web admin updates.

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25 Dec 2005 22:34 dolly22

Coyote Linux Add-on packages site
You can download additional Coyote Linux Add-on packages, setup tutorials and documentation at my Coyote Linux Add-on site (dolly.czi.cz/coyote)

02 Apr 2005 11:27 mimithebrain

excelent
I have a couple of boxes at home, and a efficient way to protect our computers. After seing that both my NIC cards are supported, I can't wait to install it :D

19 Nov 2004 17:38 mafudge

Re: Highly Recommended!
I've been using coyote for over 3 years on my 486 DX2 50 with 16MB RAM. One floppy, no HDD. It runs like a charm!

05 Jan 2004 00:22 thesfinx

Re: Highly Recommended!

> I've been using this for more than one
> year for my home-LAN connected to an
> ADSL line, and it's very stable. My
> LinuxBox for CoyoteLinux comprises
> Pentium 75 CPU, 16MB RAM, and the case
> is made of corrugated paper. :-)
>

My "router" is a 486 DX2-66 with 8 MB RAM. Works perfectly. No harddisk just means less noise.

12 Oct 2001 03:39 kalynda Thumbs up

Highly Recommended!
I've been using this for more than one year for my home-LAN connected to an ADSL line, and it's very stable. My LinuxBox for CoyoteLinux comprises Pentium 75 CPU, 16MB RAM, and the case is made of corrugated paper. :-)

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