Here are some other fun places to go to check out LRP. Let me know if I
don't have your favorite LRP site listed. Make sure you visit the first
two sites. They have been the most active of late, and contain lots of
- Linux Router Project - c0wz.com
- A large collection of LRP documentation and HOWTOs. A good starting
point for expanding your LRP knowledge. I run a local mirror
of this site.
- LEAF Project -
- This is a growing site of LRP related content. My disk images are stored at
- Sign up for the LRP mailing list here. You might try reading through
the documentation available at the above two sites, and searching through
the archives before asking your question on the list. Most basic
questions have been answered several times already.
- Materhorn & Eiger LRP home
- The home page of Materhorn (and other LRP 2.2.x kernel based
distributions). You can download Materhorn files directly from here,
but be prepared to wait a while (download speeds are pretty slow).
Most of the Materhorn stuff is mirrored on faster servers above.
- Materhorn FAQ
- FAQ covering Materhorn installation and setup
- Linux Router Project - ramhb
- Joel Macklow's LRP site
- Linux Router Project -
- Seems to be an older mirror of the Source Forge site
- Linux Router Project
- The nearly unmaintained original home of LRP. The LRP mailing list
is still here, and you can search through the list archives. The FTP
server referenced on this site to download files seems to be broken (at
least when I try using it).
- LRP Modules
- Koon Wong's extensive set of LRP packages. Most of these are for
2.9.4, but these can be used with Materhorn if they are not kernel specific
(most packages don't care which kernel they run under).