Why not comply?

Discussion in 'TinyPEAP Firmware' started by AlmightyMe, Jun 15, 2005.

  1. AlmightyMe

    AlmightyMe Network Guru Member

    Sounds to me like those are some pretty good choices. Why not just take the easiest option and release the source to comply with the original GPL. Sounds a lot easier than completely re-writing the work done by freeradius, especially if they'll allow it if you just comply.

    With-holding the binaries just seems to de-value the project's legitimacy, and it's intentions.

    I'm a HUGE fan of what you've done so far. And would love to see what you have in store for the TinyPEAP project in the future.

    EDIT: Nevermind....just saw this:

    that works too :D
  2. I had problems with the code i hope they fix it or make a patch for it soon !!
  3. cuzzindavid66

    cuzzindavid66 Network Guru Member

    TinyPEAP work on WAP54G?

    Hi I'm a bit confused...can I install TinyPEAP to a Linksys WAP54G ver2? If so do I use the Linksys GUI (Help page) to upload the software? I have tried several times and it fails. I have even downloaded a "tftp" executable and used the command line which comes back with a small gui asking for the IP, password and what file. Is there a particular extension the file is supposed to have? HELP
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