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SubjectRe: NetGear WG602 Linux Source Code?
Hello,

Probably coincidence, but this morning I received an email from NetGear's tech
support manager saying that they will be putting together a package with all the
relevant source in it and making it available as soon as possible.

So, looks like we might be able to play with this box soon ;-)

Rgds,
John...

> I have one of these little NetGear WG602 access points which I can
> telnet into, and it is running a version of Linux (2.2.14 from Jungo).
> Since this is a fairly neat little box, it has enough RAM and Flash to
> perhaps support extensions, I thought I'd ask them for the source to
> their kernel & the other GPL elements in there and see if I could get
> own kernel running on it.
>
> I don't need the driver for the wireless card since it was already
> released (it is the Intersil Prism GT, some support for which was
> announced a few days back). I don't really care too much about the
> LEDs and the button (which they have LKMs to support). All I'd really
> like is the kernel source, and perhaps some information on the layout
> of the flash (though I'm willing to work that out for myself if need
> be).
>
> Problem is that they don't answer their emails. I've tried the support
> email (got a ticket number, but nothing else), and also I tried
> emailing all the executive staff (guessing at the addresses based on
> the fisrt.last@domain.com format, so perhaps they didn't get the
> message, but I never got a bounce report). What else can I try?
>
> Rgds,
> John...
>
> PS I checked out the Jungo site too, but they don't have a
> downloadable version of OpenRG either as far as I can see. They do
> have a "design example" page all about the NetGear box though at
> http://www.jungo.com/openrg/design_example_netgear.html so it is
> public knowledge that Linux is inside this box.
>
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