Release Notes: This release changes the install directory used when loading executables on the box. This change should make the distribution work on boxes where "/var" is read-only. The release works on a version 1 WRT54G box running firmware version 4.00.7. It has also been reported to work on other WRT54G variations, such the GS version of the box. It does not work with WRT54G firmware 4.30.5, nor will it work with version 5 WRT54G boxes.
Release Notes: This version has been verified to install on the currently latest Linksys firmware, 4.00.7. Several cleanups have been made in scripts, wrt54g.sh, wrt54g_put.sh, and remote.sh. Some additional logic has been added for installing under Cygwin.
Release Notes: This release adds a FAQ to address most common installation problems.
Release Notes: This release adds two user-contributed pcakages: dropbear, a small SSH daemon, and iptraf, an IP traffic monitoring utility. Neither package is installed by default. To install either, add their files to the "distro.tar" file and modify the wrt54g.sh script to set them up on each install. Additional iptables commands have been added to the startup script to account for PPPOE. There are small cleanups.
Release Notes: This release adds instructions for installing the distribution from a Windows box.
Release Notes: This release adds full support for current Linksys firmware. The release has been tested on version 2.02.2, but it should work with all official Linksys firmware versions. Installation has been tested on Linux and OS X.
Release Notes: This version supports current Linksys firmwares that have the "Ping Bug" fixed.
Release Notes: This version adds dproxy-nextgen, a caching nameserver. This allows users to use wrt54g as the DNS and also allows them to have private name resolution. By adding entries to /var/etc/hosts, they can refer to machines on a home LAN by name. "Blacklist" names can be added to the file to prevent proper name resolution, i.e. "127.0.0.1 doubleclick.com".
Release Notes: Several new executables and drivers were added, including a VPN daemon. An "options" subdirectory was created for executables that are not installed on the box by default. A Rendezvous daemon is now started to advertise the new Web server, and a script for transferring single files to the box was included.