Add-On Packages

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==Overview==
==Overview==
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Add-on packages greatly enhance the capabilities of routers running ImageStream Linux by allowing the installation of software on a hard disk or flash drive. ImageStream introduced add-on packages with the 4.2.12 and 4.4.0 distributions. Routers with a minimum 128 MB flash module can install some add-on packages. ImageStream also offers add-on hard drives for certain router models.
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==Setup==
==Setup==

Revision as of 21:59, 4 May 2011

Overview

Add-on packages greatly enhance the capabilities of routers running ImageStream Linux by allowing the installation of software on a hard disk or flash drive. ImageStream introduced add-on packages with the 4.2.12 and 4.4.0 distributions. Routers with a minimum 128 MB flash module can install some add-on packages. ImageStream also offers add-on hard drives or solid state disks (SSDs) for most router models.

Setup

Add-on packages depend on the add-on hard drive service. This service provides the system with the disk space required for read-only package software and read-write data storage. Setup - Setting up the add-on hard drive service


Available add-on Packages

Personal tools
Router software releases