Linux Router Project

The Linux Router Project (LRP) is a now defunct networking-centric micro Linux distribution. The released versions of LRP were small enough to fit on a single 1.44MB floppy disk, and made building and maintaining routers, access servers, thin servers, thin clients, network appliances, and typically embedded systems next to trivial.

Read more about Linux Router Project:  History, Pioneering Features, Unreleased Work, LRP 5.0 Proposed Features

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