Coyote Linux & BrazilFW Add-ons - Packages

Coyote Linux Add-on packages

Here are some packages that i build myself, and which i am using on my coyote box. They work pretty good for me, but they have not been tested on other system setups.

If you don't know how to install new packages to your Coyote Linux or BrazilFW router, please look at Package Installation How-to's


latest forum posts in package forums
A couple of problems (2 replies, last 21.1.2007 17:22 by Drek)
More than one week for HD version (0 replies, last 11.12.2006 12:02 by fadjar340)
TimeZone setting from BFW is not functional (2 replies, last 23.10.2006 09:01 by Jay)
out graphic problem (0 replies, last 28.8.2006 03:09 by Eddy_vcp)
Layer7 filtering content (0 replies, last 29.4.2006 01:53 by Iyke)

Current packages

QOS L7-filter (4kB)

Compatible with Coyote Linux 2.24, BrazilFW 2.26 and all based on uClibC 0.9.26

QOS L7-filter integration package. Integrates l7-filter configuration and filtering capabilities to build-in QOS support. Web based package configuration and administration available. L7-filter allows you to classify QOS packet priority by OSI Layer7 protocol (for example Kazzaa, eMule, HTTP) instead of port numbers.
RRDstats (150kB)

Compatible with Coyote Linux 2.24, BrazilFW 2.26 and all based on uClibC 0.9.26

Package for graphical network traffic, link quality control and QOS classes monitoring (if you use Coyote Linux or BrazilFW QOS-init scripts). Look at screenshots.
IPTraf 3.0.0 (105kB)

Compatible with Coyote Linux 2.24, BrazilFW 2.26 and all based on uClibC 0.9.26

IPTraf is a console-based network statistics utility for Linux. Shows information on the IP traffic passing over your network and a lot more...See screenshots.
Scp 0.45 (10kB)

Compatible with Coyote Linux 2.24, BrazilFW 2.26 and all based on uClibC 0.9.26

Scp package allows you to securely copy file from/to Coyote Linux & BrazilFW router. See included tutorial and screenshots.

Older packages

wol.tgz (4kB)
Wake-on-lan client, code by Donald Becker (http://www.scyld.com/expert/wake-on-lan.html). See this page for aditional info and command line switches explanation.
hdparm.tgz (12kB)
If you are booting coyote linux using IDE hard drive you could find this package quite useful. It sets IDE disk sleep timeout time (default is 1 minute on /dev/hda1 ) if you want to set other device or timeout edit /etc/rc.d/pkgs/rc.hdparm.
ntpcli.tgz (7kB)
Contains ntp client, which allows you to synchronize computer time using ntp servers. You will have to set correct time zone in /etc/TZ or TZ variable (format is described here ) otherwise it will not work properly. Time is set every 10minutes by default, you can change this behavior and also ntp server address in /etc/rc.d/pkgs/rc.ntpcli
noip.tgz (14kB)
No-ip.com dns updater. Updates dynamic ip address on your no-ip.com account. You have to configure updater after first boot with this package with /bin/noip2 -C
iptraf.tgz (132kB)
IPtraf 2.7.0 traffic analyzer. If you are connecting to coyote linux over ssh using putty and want to see iptraf console in colors, set putty's terminal type string to xterm-color.
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