Ben Everard investigates the future of Linux-based routers.
Q Unless this is about the municipality in the East Flanders region of Belgium, I don't know what we're talking about here.
A Nope. This is the Linux Embedded Development Environment (LEDE), which describes itself as a Linux operating system based on OpenWrt. LEDE  is a complete replacement for the vendor-supplied firmware of a wide range of wireless routers and non-network devices.
Q Hang on, isn't OpenWrt itself a complete replacement for the vendor-supplied firmware of a wide range of wireless routers and non-network devices?
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