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Re: Hardware recommendations for a Debian version of IPCop

On 12/07/11 22:25, Michael Buchholz wrote:
> Hi,
> Did anyone already mentioned the Sheeva Plug?

No. (but I'd heard of them, and forgotten).

> 1.2 Ghz ARM CPU
> 512 MB RAM
> 512 MB Flash
> SDHC (bootable)
> 1 USB 2.0
> 100 MBit Ethernet
> Serial Console via USB (driver is in linux kernel)

I'll have to look up the specs - I'm not confident the CPU has enough
grunt, I'd require at least 2 USB ports - though maybe I could use a USB
hub (for modems and a wireless access point)... have to be able to use 3
NICs though.

> Also available with eSata
> Power consumption is 7 Watt
> Comeswith preinstalled Linux (i forgot, which brand) in the flash - but
> before i booted that twice, i had Debian on that box.


> i paid 130 Euro in January 2009 including shipping from UK to Germany.
> Other devices are available

I'll have a look - thanks for the suggestion.

> Am 12.07.2011 10:40, schrieb Scott Ferguson:
>> My question is what m/bs are well supported by Debian, that can support
>> the following requirements comfortably?


What did moths bump into before the electric light bulb was invented?
Boy, the lightbulb really screwed the moth up didn't it? Are there moths
on their way to the sun now going, "It's gonna be worth it!"
~ Bill Hicks

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