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Comment: Re:Piheads are like the guy with a Hammer... (Score 2) 427

by B1ood (#47634103) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Life Beyond the WRT54G Series?
It's not quite what you're asking for (and I'm asking for it too) but I have an Asus RT-AC56U running dd-wrt. It is an arm box with a decent amount of RAM, all gig ports and supports 802.11ac. It doesn't quite run Debian, but I have the next best thing: an SSD attached via USB3 with a Debian install that I run services out of via chroot from a boot script - I essentially turned off all of dd-wrt's services other than the wireless access point and then use the dd-wrt's kernel with a Debian userland for everything else. It took some messing around to get it all working, but it just works now and allowed me to shut off a much bigger device.

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