question about setting routing
Michael S. Zick
mszick at morethan.org
Mon Mar 20 18:58:16 UTC 2006
On Mon March 20 2006 12:23, Michael S. Zick wrote:
> On Mon March 20 2006 11:15, Rob Landley wrote:
> > On Monday 20 March 2006 7:20 am, Dariusz Zmokly wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I've just bought Pentagram's Cerberus router. It contains BusyBox
> > > v0.61 pre (2005-09-23).
> > A quick google for that brought up a page in polish, but I can't find any
> > mention of source code. ?(This could just be that I don't know the polish
> > phrase for "source code"...)
> The firmware: wersja 330D
> Copyright 1984-1998 Wind River Systems, Inc.
> Copyright 1984-1996 Wind River Systems, Inc.
> This program contains confidential information of Wind River Systems, Inc.
> and disclosure and copying are prohibited.
> You might try looking at that old Wind River Systems development system
> (you used to be able to download it) - they used to use a gcc based toolchain.
> But they make their own embedded OS - So:
> What makes you think your router has BusyBox installed?
> I can't find any BusyBox related strings in the firmware.
I suddenly realized that this old fool was looking at a compressed file,
which he forgot to uncompress...
PS: WRS now supports both VxWorks and Linux (and you can still download it).
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