This is kinda cool
Bought a WRT54G V6 Wi-FI router this afternoon for $29. I planned to use it as a wireless bridge for my xbox 360. The built-in firmware does not support client bridge mode. What do you do?
1. Download linux_prep_wrt54g.bin upgrade
2. Download linux_upgrade_wrt54g.bin upgrade
3. Download dd-wrt.v23_micro_generic.bin
4. Open the TFTP client (Enter IP: 192.168.1.245 or 192.168.1.1) and upload "dd-wrt.v23.micro_generic.bin"
Then I got this super cool linux based firmware running. (You can even telnet into it).
Afterwards, I setup the thing in client bridge mode, then took the router to the xbox 360....
The only thing I complain is that the Xbox 360 is not running AMD64 tri-core technology.
FYI, the Xbox 360 is an impressive piece of hardware powered by AMD technology -- the graphics is really good. But the CPU needs some boost -- Phenom X3 is the solution -- Microsoft is just retarded not to use AMD64 but choose a PowerPC derivative. Bill Gates has no imagination, he saw Sony doing IBM, and he just follows suit, no brainer and no brain.
BTW, Vista crashes in BSOD quite often.