FreeBSD FAMP on a mini-itx/embedded platform
nb_root at videotron.ca
Mon Dec 11 16:48:01 PST 2006
I'm looking to make a light FreeBSD-Apache-MySQL-PHP system out of a VIA EN
5000 system. It would replace my home file/web server which currently runs
24h/7d with a silent and energy-wise bundle.
I would also like to take advange of the C7 processor's Padlock feature (SSL
encryption). I believe FreeBSD supports it?
I'm not looking for 3D performance or the such for this file server, but I
would expect it to atleast keep up with the current server network-wise. Are
my expectations unfounded?
Does anyone here run FreeBSD on a VIA EN system or other embedded C7-based
sidenote: This would be my 7th BSD machine in the house (and this is not
counting my Vmware guests!) :)
FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT #12: Sat Dec 2 12:30:58 EST 2006
root at clk01a:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/CLK01A
PGP? : http://www.clkroot.net/security/nb_root.asc
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