MetaRepository is mainly a bunch of scripts, so it's its own source. GPL.
But also contains a sample of GNU tar 2.24.2, which can be downloaded here,
and a stripped down version of busybox 1.17.2, containing only the applets inetd and nc.
The sources are extracted from the ZyXEL NSA325 GPL sources here.
Tweaks is mainly a bunch of scripts, so it's its own source. GPL.
It also contains the tool 'sg_start' from sg3_utils, which can be found here,
and the tool 'fakewol'. fakewol.c is an adapted version of some sample udp server I found on the internet. My adaptions are GPL.
Further it contains a tool 'btncpyctl' btncpyctl.c (GPL) a tool to intercept the Copy button function. But it can do more,
like dis- and enabling WOL on a 325. The tool is based on the ZyXEL GPL kernel sources, which implements 'the other end'.
The sources of FFP can be found on the FFP homepage.
btsync is not open source. The binary is downloaded from bittorrent.com.
The sources of anyterm can be found on anyterm.org, and are mirrored here.
The sources of dropbear can be found on it's homepage. Mirror.
Homepage. Mirror of the used version.
Random tools contains
Sources can be downloaded from rarlab.com. It's also mirrored here.
Unrar is not licensed under any opensource license.
UnRAR source code may be used in any software to handle
RAR archives without limitations free of charge, but cannot be
used to develop RAR (WinRAR) compatible archiver and to
re-create RAR compression algorithm, which is proprietary.
Distribution of modified UnRAR source code in separate form
or as a part of other software is permitted, provided that
full text of this paragraph, starting from "UnRAR source code"
words, is included in license, or in documentation if license
is not available, and in source code comments of resulting package.
This is a part of GNU coreutils 8.15, which can be found here.
I didn't compile this. It is extracted from the toolchain mentioned below
From the GNU screen project. Source here.
Also GNU. Sources here.
Encrypted shares is based on encfs (source), which is dependent on rlog and boost (version 1.55.0 used).
I didn't compile this, it's extracted from the package downloaded here.
But it is open source (GPL), and the sources can be found here.
The provided toolchain is extracted from sdk3.3-genericfs-arm-mv5sft.tar.gz,
which is shipped with the ZyXEL NSA325 4.70 GPL sources, and happened to contain both a cross compiling toolchain, and a native one.
This is the native one, which needs to be chrooted due to directory incompatibilities with the firmware. I added a 'chroot.sh' script to do the chroot.