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 Inside a Linksys 802.11g Wireless Router

Seattlewireless tells us all about the Linksys 802.11g Wireless Cable/DSL Router running the Linux kernel and other GPL utilities.

"Unfortunately Broadcom has configured to PMON to boot straight into Linux. I've tried all sorts of shortcuts to stop it from booting - to no avail. I ended up with disassembling the bl to figure out what is going on. Solution: You'll have to set the nvram variable boot_wait to on. After doing so the bl will pause for a short amount of time and you'll be able to jump into the shell by hitting Ctrl + C."

 (Submitted by Noel Sun Feb 8, 2004 )


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