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 BT Home Hub & Thomson "Samba Server" on Network?

Answer It's the BT home hub. It is a rebadged Thomson 7G product, which boots Linux and runs Samba (apparently you can plug in a USB hard drive or printer and it will be served out on the network, though... Read More »
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