On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 04:01:27PM -0700, Andy Ruhl wrote: > I'm wondering if anyone has tried one of these: > > http://www.norhtec.com/products/mcjrmx/index.html > > (The JRMX model). > > Or if not, maybe something similar. > > I'm looking for a small, low power machine to run NetBSD/i386 (or > amd64 if there is a suitable machine) to be a DHCP server, netboot > server for a few diskless machines (performance doesn't matter), and > maybe a few other minor things. It doesn't need wifi, but it wouldn't > hurt to have it. I like using Atom-based "net-top" style boxes. The N550 CPU is quite decent, if not an extreme power-miser relative to other suggestions made here. I have some by Zotac; Shuttle and many others make similar, all basically stamped from a common mould. I like that they can be found readily and replaced quickly should the need arise, compared to a more specialty device. -- Dan.
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