OpenWrt is a Linux distribution for wireless routers. Instead of trying to cram every possible feature into one firmware, it provides only a minimal firmware with support for add-on packages. For users, this means the ability to custom-tune features, removing unwanted packages to make room for other packages. For developers, it means being able to focus on packages without having to test and release an entire firmware.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux Operating Systems Linux Distributions Networking Firewalls|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The Whiterussian branch has officially come to an end with this release. Whiterussian will continue to be the recommended release for production use, but will no longer be maintained apart from critical security patches. All development has been moved to the Kamikaze branch.
Release Notes: Countless bugfixes, various security patches, improved Failsafe, faster installation (new firstboot script), a multilingual Web interface (Česky, Deutsch, Dansk, Eesti, Espa˝ol, Franšais, Italiano, Norsk, and Polski), and ethernet switch configuration (/proc/switch).
Release Notes: A Web interface written in awk and ash, a watchdog for client mode and wds, public key authentication for dropbear, better busybox ash performance, a new hotplug system for systemwide event management (network, USB, PPP, etc.), a fix for a diag driver bug introduced in RC3, micro and PPTP images for special purposes, support for Linksys WRT54G3G, stability fixes for Linksys WRT54GS 1.1 and WRT54Gv2.2, security updates (OpenSSL, OpenVPN, and OpenSWAN), and various package fixes (asterisk, pptpd, etc.).
No changes have been submitted for this release.