Installing and configuring operating systems on single-board computers can be painful when there is no nearby ethernet connection available. A pocket-router that provides wired internet access over an existing wireless network can help here.

I just posted an article where I discuss why I decided to build one myself using and describe the particular steps conducted. Moreover, I also present measures regarding performance and power consumption.

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