From: Peter V. Saveliev (peet_at_peet.spb.ru)
Date: Sun 17 Apr 2005 - 07:17:12 BST
> looks interesting, maybe you want to do a short
> introduction what RAD GNU/Linux is all about so
> that folks on the ML get a first impression ...
The system was created as easy to setup and use Linux-based router
application. It is busybox-based, system image is ~13Mb for now. After
booting from CD, HDD or via DHCP it resides in the operating memory
and doesn't need any disk drive.
System features -- r/o root fs, r/w parts reside on tmpfs stacked with
root via unionfs. The system has simple Cisco-like shell written in AWK
and one system-wide config.
Some system capabilities (at this moment):
+ PCI NIC autodetection
+ routing, firewalling, with vlan support, bridging
+ dhcp, pppoe server
+ ip accounting with NetFlow
+ traffic shaping
- VoIP gateway, asteriks
- virtual hosting with vserver, maybe with admin web interface
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