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The future of Thibor for WRT54G/GS/GL?

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by GhaladReam, May 29, 2006.

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  1. GhaladReam

    GhaladReam Network Guru Member

    Heya Thibor!

    Before I go on, I just want to say thank you for what great work you do and what an asset you are to the Linksys community. Keep it up!

    My questions is... What's in store for future releases on the G/GS/GL platform? Thibor15c seems fairly complete.. As many people have mentioned before, it's rock-solid! And I completely agree. I'm just wondering if there will be any more major releases after 15 and what kinds of features would be included?

    Thanks in advance!

    P.S. Feel free to yell at me if you've already said this somewhere else. I must have missed it if so!
     
  2. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    i agree with you, 15c is pretty much complete. i want to get a couple of vpn server/clients into Thibor16, and that will be all
     
  3. Raere

    Raere Network Guru Member

    I concur, I haven't had a problem since 13 and up! I mean, you can't fix something that's not broken.

    And, I might as well ask this here; is it possible to stick a RADIUS server in Thibor on a GS? I have no clue how much memory the firmware takes up.
     
  4. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    er...it might be possible. why don't you give it a try?
     
  5. Acid-drop

    Acid-drop Network Guru Member

  6. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    so compile it in then, you don't need me for that. anybody can do it
     
  7. lwf-

    lwf- Network Guru Member

    Is tinyPEAP fast and stable? I mean, perfectly fast and rock stable, no thanks to buggy code in hyperwrt. ;)
     
  8. Acid-drop

    Acid-drop Network Guru Member

    not anybody can do it
    because they provide their own firmware
    not the source

    and anyway, not everybody knows how to compile the source
    the purpose of your firmware is to be easy to use for everybody right ? otherwise we would all use openwrt

    I always thought you made all this to provide the best easy-to-use firmware available for the hardware.
     
  9. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    yeah, easy to use for everyone, not the very very small minority of users that would require something as particular as a built in radius server. track back through the posts and find my motivation for this and what "I" want for it.
     
  10. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    guys. if he says he aint gonna do it then accept it and either live with it or go else where.

    get over it, and be friends ffs.
     
  11. lwf-

    lwf- Network Guru Member

    Wait I minute... how is anyone supposed to integrate tinypeap into any firmware at all if the source isn’t available?
     
  12. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    exactly there are no sources from tinypeap afaik. so anyone wanna gues how that is done? lmao
     
  13. Acid-drop

    Acid-drop Network Guru Member

    Thibor, if you are doing all this only for you and not for everybody, there is no point to have this forum.

    just continue to do stuff for yourself and that's all.
     
  14. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    really? so the 1194 topics and 7636 posts in HyperWRT forum mean nothing. how about i delete the lot and blame you on that comment? :grin:

    I am now closing this thread as it is going nowhere.

    Thibor will continue to develope HypwerWRT, however there is a point in all of the development where there is no real gain in adding more features.

    As he states, he is NOT going to add a raduis server or adding Class A and B subnets. he will fix issues that are already present, but tbh 15c is quite stable. if ofcourse a new soource code comes out he many then update the firmware. other than that enjoy it...
     
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