Hey, i'm probably posting for the small minority that still run a MIPSR1 based hardware Currently own wrt54gl and wrt54gs v1 with 32mb ram Frankly, i don't want to upgrade until i have to, but its seeming like i have to.. Toastman builds thank goodness still make experimental(non tested builds?) that help users like me. However i noticed all there is are ND builds, which i can understand why. Very little drawbacks compared to the proprietary bcrm_24 driver. Most hardware supports it, and it has alot more features and is open source. So why even make non-ND builds? Well i'll try to explain why I'm not a guru like alot of devs/modders here; But the tomato 1.28(original) non-ND is stable and doesn't wreck my brothers laptop or have random disconnects. Plus it seems to be faster file sharing through the LAN. see here: http://www.victek.is-a-geek.com/tomatoes.html & scroll to bottom where the last RAF release for tommato (non ND) is guarenteed to be faster. Also confirming this speed issue is openwrt forum users that use the bcrm47xx (open source driver) are experience slower speeds then bcrm_24 (proprietary drivers) Now the only all the tomato (non-ND) version i've found (i've search them all) are all based on the 2.4.20 kernel. While i believe the latest is 2.4.37. As you're probably aware the original tomato last kernel version was 2.4.20. Here is where my knowledge about linux, compiles, and experience lack. I assume kernel 2.4.32 in comparison to 2.4.20 offers critical security patches (layer l7?). Also added on the fact of security/update patches to busybox and various other ulits that you guys have provided have made tomato a good router choice despite the original author leaving. I have tried openwrt, however that is too advanced for me, but i do see that their latest release (backfire) is a bcrm_24 branch. However for people that dredge the hours of command line and just want things to work with a nice web interface to manage things, this is a tough pill to swallow. gargoyle(openwrt variant that is jscript and easy for users like me) only makes it broadcom images based off bcrm47xx (open source driver). So there is little help there. So this is where i ask for your help, or guidance. I'll accept either. Could one of you guys, any just merge the old tomato git (non-ND) source with the new kernel (2.4.37) and busy box/etc. Yes i know you can't port it to K26 because of binary driver. Basically all i need a version of tomato like the 1.28 one with updated modules that assume will keep me protected for however long these devices have left. I am willing since i know this may take some time, to offer a donation. I can send someone paypal $5 or so. So shibby, toastman, etc could you please make a one time build for me? Or show me exactly what to remove from the source in order to compile such a thing? I know your/my build/compile will be very experimental. But i feel i have to do something. Otherwise i am going to have to set up openwrt and pray that it works. I know all of you have switched to RT-N or other stuff, so this would be like a code from the flashback and getting it to play nicely with old code. I don't need the advanced features, like speed mod, updated QOS, BW limiter. Just updated cmpts found in original tomato firmware without the ND craze. TLDR; Our of the kindness one ones work, could they please make a Tomato 1.28 (with updated 2.4.37 kernels and updated busybox) without the ND driver.