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Installing this distribution on your LinkStation thus opens you the door to many applications available at your fingertips, just using the ''apt-get'' utility. The price for this is that you will lose the web based configuration tool shipped with the stock firmware - if you are familiar with Linux and your LinkStation, this should be no problem (otherwise you should consider this fact).
 
Installing this distribution on your LinkStation thus opens you the door to many applications available at your fingertips, just using the ''apt-get'' utility. The price for this is that you will lose the web based configuration tool shipped with the stock firmware - if you are familiar with Linux and your LinkStation, this should be no problem (otherwise you should consider this fact).
 
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FreeLink [[Freelink_-_Convert_the_LinkStation_into_a_Full-fledged_Debian_Linux_Server|installs]] via the official [[The LinkStation firmware flasher]], eliminating any need to open the LinkStation
 
FreeLink [[Freelink_-_Convert_the_LinkStation_into_a_Full-fledged_Debian_Linux_Server|installs]] via the official [[The LinkStation firmware flasher]], eliminating any need to open the LinkStation
 
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Revision as of 00:49, 14 August 2006

FreeLink is our effort to provide firmware which “frees” your LinkStation by replacing the stock LinkStation Linux build with the latest stable Debian build. Debian is one of the most popular Linux distributions. Debian is highly regarded for its simple interface and powerful aptitude package repository.

Installing this distribution on your LinkStation thus opens you the door to many applications available at your fingertips, just using the apt-get utility. The price for this is that you will lose the web based configuration tool shipped with the stock firmware - if you are familiar with Linux and your LinkStation, this should be no problem (otherwise you should consider this fact).

Installation

FreeLink installs via the official The LinkStation firmware flasher, eliminating any need to open the LinkStation

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