[TriLUG] slightly OT: small "network" appliances
kevin at flanagannc.net
Tue Aug 26 19:32:38 EDT 2003
On Tue, 2003-08-26 at 18:46, ryan wheaton wrote:
I would look for the cheapest PII system with 128MB RAM, and about 10GB
of disk, then get a copy of one of the following.
SME Server from Mitel, www.e-smith.org
Clark Connect, www.clark-connect.com
They are both RedHat based "appliance" type systems, they work great.
> A few years back, I remember seeing and playing with a little "box" from
> Gateway that ran debian and was a web/DHCP/file, etc server. It was
> about the size of a Nintendo Gamecube, and was a pretty neat (although
> not all the time practical) device. I was wondering if anyone was still
> making such a thing, or was this something made by Gateway as a novelty
> type item and then thrown away by everyone?? Anyone seen anything like
> this around lately?
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