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 ====== Build A Slackware Router (Quick and Dirty Instructions) ====== ====== Build A Slackware Router (Quick and Dirty Instructions) ======
-On many occasions, I've needed a simple router that can do more [sub-netting] than your standard SOHO router but didn't need the complexity of something like pfSense. ​ If you need a simple small router, a Raspberry Pi (with USB network adapters) + SlackwareARM (http://​sarpi.fatdog.eu) works great.+On many occasions, I've needed a simple router that can do more [sub-netting] than your standard SOHO router but didn't need the complexity of something like pfSense. ​ If you need a simple small router, a Raspberry Pi (with USB network adapters) + SlackwareARM (http://​sarpi.fatdog.eu) works great. ​ ​Regular Slackware on cheap x86 hardware works great also!
  
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