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February 09, 2011, at 04:25 PM by rboatright -- add optware find
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You can also search for packages using the Optware find tool.

September 24, 2010, at 11:40 PM by jplee3 --
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  • AlarmSlug): Ser2Sock interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
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  • AlarmSlug: Ser2Sock interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
September 24, 2010, at 11:38 PM by jplee3 --
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  • Ser2Sock: Interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
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  • AlarmSlug): Ser2Sock interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
September 24, 2010, at 11:38 PM by jplee3 --
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  • AlarmSlug: Interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
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  • Ser2Sock: Interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
September 24, 2010, at 11:03 PM by jplee3 --
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  • AlarmSlug: Debian Lenny installation w/ OSSEC, interfacing with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator. Enables users to receive alerts of various alarm events and send commands to arm/disarm/etc the alarm.
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  • AlarmSlug: Interfaces with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator to send commands and receive alerts from the alarm system.
September 24, 2010, at 10:59 PM by jplee3 -- Added "AlarmSlug" description
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  • AlarmSlug: Debian Lenny installation w/ OSSEC, interfacing with Ademco AD2USB keypad emulator. Enables users to receive alerts of various alarm events and send commands to arm/disarm/etc the alarm.
November 06, 2008, at 10:41 AM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information at http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny
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  • http://t0ny.org/page/nslu2. Controlling xmas lights with an Nslu2. (updated 11-06-2008). -t0ny
October 13, 2008, at 08:43 PM by deed --
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  • [LastFMProxy] (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
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  • LastFMProxy (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
October 13, 2008, at 08:43 PM by deed -- dead link lastfm proxy
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
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  • [LastFMProxy] (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
October 11, 2008, at 05:35 AM by Jeff -- Add [[http://jeff.ourexchange.net/projects/nslu2-console-server/|NSLU2 Based Console Server]] project link
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  • NSLU2 Based Console Server - Replacement for a serial terminal server using NSLU2, USB to serial adapters and F-F null cables.
May 13, 2008, at 02:26 AM by Wilfred -- wrong link
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  • BarracudaDrive?: Application server with integrated WebDAV? server, Web File Manager, SSL tunnel, CMS, and forum.
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  • BarracudaDrive: Application server with integrated WebDAV? server, Web File Manager, SSL tunnel, CMS, and forum.
May 13, 2008, at 02:24 AM by Wilfred -- Adding BD
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  • Aquila: Run a Direct connect Hub on Your slug.
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  • Aquila: Run a Direct connect Hub on Your slug.
  • BarracudaDrive?: Application server with integrated WebDAV? server, Web File Manager, SSL tunnel, CMS, and forum.
February 25, 2008, at 10:24 AM by ka6sox --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information at http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information at http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny

AstroSlug? - control of Camera (via gphoto2) and control of Telescope Mount

November 07, 2007, at 07:20 PM by fcarolo -- fixed false wikilinks
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  • Running XLink engine for free internet gaming Works for XBox?, PSP, PS2?, etc. Available for Unslung or for DebianNSLU2
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  • Running XLink engine for free internet gaming Works for XBox, `PSP, PS2, etc. Available for Unslung or for DebianNSLU2
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux IPTables? to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation in place)
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux iptables to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation in place)
October 29, 2007, at 02:44 PM by Me -- add Music Browser
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July 17, 2007, at 10:18 AM by mhornsby -- added wviewweather
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  • Web based Weather Station.
April 18, 2007, at 09:06 AM by jason --
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  • Running XLink engine for free internet gaming Works for XBox?, PSP, PS2?, etc. Available for Unslung or for DebianNSLU2
February 17, 2007, at 02:59 PM by skraatz -- added article \\\"Switching on power of your printer when print job arrives\\\"
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  • Switching on power of your printer when print job arrives (German) using Gembird SiS-PM
December 25, 2006, at 05:02 AM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information at http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny
December 25, 2006, at 05:02 AM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I lost the source code. And I will try to force my self to get it working again. Note: Nothing is at that link at this time. -t0ny
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless. Source code and maybe some other other information http://t0ny.org/nslu2. The cam is now up (updated 12-24-06). -t0ny
October 21, 2006, at 04:17 AM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I lost the source code. And I will try to force my self to get it working again. Note: Nothing is at that link at this time. -t0ny
October 12, 2006, at 07:36 PM by janne5011 --
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  • Aquila: Run a Direct connect on Your slug.
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  • Aquila: Run a Direct connect Hub on Your slug.
October 09, 2006, at 09:30 PM by janne5011 -- added aquila
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  • Aquila: Run a Direct connect on Your slug.
July 03, 2006, at 09:00 PM by _jpg_ --
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This page describes complete applications for the Linksys NSLU2. We intend moving a number of the existing HowTo pages here, where they describe how to get a well-known application to run on the slug. Note that this section is firmware-agnostic, and should describe fully-integrated solutions (i.e. ipkgs with sample configuration files and instructions on how to complete the installation and configuration), rather than just being a description of the contents of an Optware package (for instance).

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This page describes complete applications for the Linksys NSLU2. We intend moving a number of the existing HowTo pages here, where they describe how to get a well-known application to run on the slug. Note that this section is firmware-agnostic, and should describe fully-integrated solutions (i.e. ipkgs with sample configuration files and instructions on how to complete the installation and configuration), rather than just being a description of the contents of an Optware package (for instance). Applications designed specifically for a slug should be placed on the Custom page.

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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
June 13, 2006, at 12:10 PM by bensims3dcouk -- adding page for the SiS-PM
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  • Web based switching of power sockets.
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May 02, 2006, at 12:29 AM by Peter Enzerink -- ushare is now in feed
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  • uShare: Free uShare uPNP Media Server for various UPnP devices.
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  • uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2 (Packages for libupnp and ushare pending)
April 21, 2006, at 04:51 AM by Peter Enzerink -- add info on the packages I am preparing
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  • uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
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  • uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2 (Packages for libupnp and ushare pending)
April 02, 2006, at 03:15 PM by joat -- uShare on the NSLU2
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  • [http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare]: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
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  • uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
April 02, 2006, at 03:13 PM by joat -- uShare on the NSLU2
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  • http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare|uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
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  • [http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare]: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
April 02, 2006, at 03:12 PM by joat -- uShare on the NSLU2
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  • http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
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  • http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare|uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
April 02, 2006, at 03:11 PM by joat -- uShare on the NSLU2
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
  • http://www.757.org/~joat/wiki/index.php/Compiling_stuff_on_the_NSLU2 uShare: Notes on getting the uShare uPNP Media Server up and running on the NSLU2
February 11, 2006, at 08:29 PM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's power/status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's Ready/Status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
February 11, 2006, at 09:40 AM by Sebastian Kraatz -- fixed wrong URL
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
February 11, 2006, at 06:47 AM by t0ny --
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  • http://drivemeinsane.com/?cam=22 / Remote led: Control my slug's power/status led from over the internet via drivemeinsane.com! I know this is useless but hey it got me to do some c coding! I will release the source code and a howto in a few days. As well as a standalone version. :) -t0ny
February 10, 2006, at 02:33 PM by Sebastian Kraatz -- changed LastFMProxy howto URL
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
January 07, 2006, at 10:39 AM by tman --
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  • Jinzora: PHP based open source streaming and/or MP3? Jukebox server.
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  • Jinzora: PHP based open source streaming and/or MP3 Jukebox server.
January 07, 2006, at 10:39 AM by tman --
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  • LAN/WAN digital camera server: http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/gphoto/remote.html
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  • LAN/WAN digital camera server.
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  • LastFMProxy: Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server: http://www.skraatz.de/howto_lastfmproxy.php (German), http://www.skraatz.de/howto_lastfmproxy_en.php (English)
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  • LastFMProxy (English) (German): Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server.
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  • SwissCenter: Advanced open source server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
  • Jinzora: PHP based open source streaming and /or downloading MP3? Jukebox server.
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  • SwissCenter: Advanced opensource server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
  • Jinzora: PHP based open source streaming and/or MP3? Jukebox server.
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  • Web based switching of power sockets : http://www.dirkmann.org/nslu2.php
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  • Web based switching of power sockets.
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux iptables software to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation in place)
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux IPTables? to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation in place)
January 07, 2006, at 03:54 AM by mdirkmann -- new link to \"switching power sockets\"
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  • Web based switching of power sockets : http://www.dirkmann.org/nslu2.php
January 05, 2006, at 03:51 AM by skraatz -- added LastFMProxy
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  • LastFMProxy: Use your NSLU2 as a last.fm radio proxy server: http://www.skraatz.de/howto_lastfmproxy.php (German), http://www.skraatz.de/howto_lastfmproxy_en.php (English)
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November 14, 2005, at 03:21 AM by kc --
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  • LAN/WAN digital camera server: http://webuser.fh-furtwangen.de/~dersch/gphoto/remote.html
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September 29, 2005, at 07:27 AM by TimBishop -- added jinzora reference
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  • Jinzora: PHP based open source streaming and /or downloading MP3? Jukebox server.
August 16, 2005, at 02:14 PM by bART --
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Work is progressing on the following applications:

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Work is progressing on the following applications:

August 16, 2005, at 07:20 AM by blaster8 -- just removing a repeated \'currently\'
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux iptables software to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation currently in place)
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux iptables software to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation in place)
August 16, 2005, at 07:19 AM by blaster8 -- Added FireSlug to applications in progress
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  • FireSlug: Using Linux iptables software to build a secure highly customisable firewall, including a transparent bridge and a conventional NAT firewall, with the installation of a compatible USB-Ethernet adaptor. (Currently requires OpenSlug, only basic documentation currently in place)
August 11, 2005, at 05:24 PM by cdoban -- added link to asterisk
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  • Asterisk: Turn your Slug into a full featured VoIP PBX.
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  • Asterisk: Turn your Slug into a home VoIP PBX.
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  • Asterisk?: Turn your Slug into a full featured VoIP PBX.
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  • Asterisk: Turn your Slug into a full featured VoIP PBX.
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  • Asterisk?: Turn your Slug into a full featured VoIP PBX.
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  • OpenShowCenter: Open source browsing server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • OpenShowCenter: Open source music, video, and photo browsing server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • OpenShowCenter: Open source server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • OpenShowCenter: Open source browsing server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • SwissCenter: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
  • OxylBox: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
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  • SwissCenter: Advanced open source server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
  • OxylBox: Advanced open source server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • TwonkyVision: Commercial Media Server software for various UPnP devices.
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  • OpenShowCenter: Open source server software for the Pinnacle Show Center, Neuston Virtuoso MC-500 and compatible devices.
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  • OxylBox: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
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  • OxylBox: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
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  • SwissCenter: (Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500)
  • OxylBox: (Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500)
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  • SwissCenter: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
  • OxylBox: Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500
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  • SwissCenter: Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • OxylBox: Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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  • SwissCenter: (Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500)
  • OxylBox: (Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500)
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  • Swisscenter: Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • Oxylbox: Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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  • SwissCenter: Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • OxylBox: Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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Work is progressing on the following applications:

  • Swisscenter: Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • Oxylbox: Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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  • TwonkyVision (UPnP? devices): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/UseTheTwonkyVisionUPnPMediaServer
  • SwissCenter (Showcenter, Neuston): Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • Oxylbox (Showcenter, Neuston): Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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  • iTunesServer: Serve music from your Slug with an iTunes (DAAP) server.
  • OpenShowCenter (Pinnacle Showcenter, Neuston Virtuoso MC500)
  • SlimServer (Squeezebox): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/InstallSlimServer
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Serve music from your Slug with an iTunes (DAAP) server.

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  • iTunesServer: Serve music from your Slug with an iTunes (DAAP) server.
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Serve music from your Slug with an iTunes (DAAP) server.

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This page describes complete applications for the Linksys NSLU2.

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This page describes complete applications for the Linksys NSLU2. We intend moving a number of the existing HowTo pages here, where they describe how to get a well-known application to run on the slug. Note that this section is firmware-agnostic, and should describe fully-integrated solutions (i.e. ipkgs with sample configuration files and instructions on how to complete the installation and configuration), rather than just being a description of the contents of an Optware package (for instance).

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  • Mt-daapd (iTunes/Airport Express): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Unslung/Mt-daapd
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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the unsl2 and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understands.

The following software is available:

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This page describes complete applications for the Linksys NSLU2.

The following applications are available:

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  • OpenShowcenter? (Showcenter, Neuston): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/OpenMC500/HomePage
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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the UNSL2? and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understands.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the unsl2 and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understands.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the UNSL2? and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understand.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the UNSL2? and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understands.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. These hardware boxes take music, movie and photo data from the UNSL2? and translate it to information that your stereo and tv understand.

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders. The following software is available:

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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders.

The following software is available:

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  • SwissCenter (Showcenter, Neuston): Not yet working, but progress is made on http://www.swisscenter.co.uk/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&Itemid=42&func=view&catid=12&id=751
  • Oxylbox (Showcenter, Neuston): Not yet working. See http://www.oxyl.de/homepage/index.php?l=EN
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  • OpenShowcenter? (Showcenter, Neuston): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/OpenMC500/HomePage
  • SlimServer (Squeezebox): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/InstallSlimServer
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  • Mt-daapd (iTunes/Airport Express): http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Unslung/Mt-daapd
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This page describes the installation notes for media extenders.

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