SD card hack for your Linksys WRT54g

hackwireless.jpgThis guy found that an old-style floppy connector fits a SD card perfectly. He shows how to wire the connector up to your Linksys WRT54g. Apparently It allows more space for your linux apps to run on modified firmware (DD-WRT, OpenWRT, etc..). Can also store large logs locally instead of dumping them to a server. (http://uanr.com/sdfloppy/)

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~ by hackcraft on September 14, 2006.

One Response to “SD card hack for your Linksys WRT54g”

  1. Blimey! I’ve placed tomato and dd-wrt on wrt54gs before, but never done a hardware mod. The wrt54gs are great boxes. With a sd card you can do more, especially making one act as a linux server and using the sd for the htdocs? looks interesting.

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