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The Linux Router Project

The Linux Router Project began as a "linux-on-a-floppy" distribution. Using hardware that would be generally considered too old or slow for desktop use, this project allows the creation of powerful router functionality from read-only media that can easily be rebooted should it's veracity be in doubt. The original distribution was based on the GNU/Linux Debian distibution.

The LRP project has grown to encompass several high quality distributions ranging from single floppy to CD-rom size.

External Link

The project is hosted at leaf.sourceforge.net (http://leaf.sourceforge.net)



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