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Re: Looking for suggestions for small, low power machine
On 25 May 2011, at 1:01 , Andy Ruhl wrote:
> I'm wondering if anyone has tried one of these:
Didn't try this one, but I'm using this board:
It's a bit expensive but powerful and it works great on NetBSD. It never use
more than 10w (with harddisk, compactflash and 2gb). You can find a board+case
in the same site.
Fit-pc2 ( http://www.fit-pc.com/web/ ) is based on the same hardware, but I
never tried it.
> I'm looking for a small, low power machine to run NetBSD/i386 (or
If changing to NetBSD/ebvarm is not a problem, you can try seagate dockstar
(it's a sheevaplug) :-)
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