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Linux Live CD Router is a Linux Live CD allowing to share Internet connection with several computers. Bootable iso is smaller than 100 Mb which allows to burn it on a mini CD. Like all live CD, this Linux system doesn’t require any installation as it boots itself directly from CD-ROM. It supports XDSL, cable, ISDN and STN modems, specialized lines and WiFi. This distribution can be tuned via a Web interface (it uses Webmin for it) or via SSH.
 read more | score:7160 | -fn-eagle, January 11, 2005
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