I want to know that same thing, but for the cluster of ntpd servers running on my LAN.
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I guess that explains RAGE then.
I think it's ironic that after everyone got pissed off at Sveasoft and flocked to DD-WRT, DD-WRT started pulling shenanigans with source code availability as well.
I only run and recommend Tomato (and variants) now, unless you are wanting to set up a non-WDS wireless bridge or repeater.
TomatoUSB is a bit stale now too, but someone named Toastman is continuing to improve his own fork of it: http://tomatousb.org/forum/t-379538/new-toastman-builds
I like that it comes with some good out-of-the-box QoS settings, although they're perhaps a bit harsh for a small home LAN.
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Not sure, let's check Wikipedia.
Huh? That facebook/chillze picture clearly shows the characters from FF2j.
What does "signal below" mean? My understanding (which may have eroded over time) was that a digital sample of an analog signal can only accurately encode signal frequencies up to half of the sampling rate. Thus, if you can hear frequencies above 22050Hz then you should be able to hear the difference between a 44.1kHz sampling and, say, a 48kHz sampling of a source sound with frequencies above 22.05kHz.