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This is the TJTAG EJTAG Debrick Utility project ("tjtag")
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Tjtag, is a jtag based recovery utility for routers and other jtag based devices. TJtag is a port of free open-source WRT54G EJTAG Debrick Utility originally written by HairyDairyMaid. This program reads/writes flash memory on the WRT54G/GS and compatible routers via EJTAG using either DMA Access routines or PrAcc routines (slower/more compatible). ===================================== The GNU GPL demands that as soon as you distribute GPL licensed software in executable format you make available the "complete corresponding source code". I created this SF.net project when I discovered William Henderson (a.k.a. Tornado) violating the GPL in software HairyDairyMaid (a.k.a. Lightbulb) wrote for the famous EJTAG Debrick Utility project. This project's goal is to make available formerly released source codes and raise public awareness of the infringing use of free software, and thus putting pressure on the infringers.
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