FreeBSD-like linux distro?
bri at brianwhalen.net
Thu Jun 12 05:26:37 UTC 2008
Andrew Berry wrote:
> Heikki Suonsivu wrote:
>> The computer I am doing this is not old, it is otherwise brand new,
>> but it uses an embedded cpu, a 486 clone as SoC without math. See
>> www.compactpc.com.tw, eBOX 2300SX. It is very low cost, runs on
>> about 3W of power with CF card as mass memory, 128M, 3 USB2, serials,
>> sound, etc, it has VESA form factor so you can attach it behind many
>> LCD displays, etc. They have beefier models, but this one is cheapest
>> and uses least power, latter of which is the more critical
>> requirement for us.
> That's a neat system. Are there any retailers in North America which
> sell them individually?
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A lot of peeps use Soekris type boards, that may be an option as well.
http://www.soekris.com/products.htm. Even the lowest model has these
specs, including floating pint capability.
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