Plex NC??? yer lost me Derek...
3/14/01 2:04:12 PM, Derek Noonan <noonand at ie.claruscorp.com> wrote:
>When I was in the point of sale game we used machines from a crowd in the UK
>called DigiPos. Bear in mind that these machines are both horrendously
>under-specced and over-priced but they do seem to have the other features
>that you asked for...
>>URL: http://www.pc-pos.com/digipos.htm>>Jaymz/Toppy - has the Plex NC died a death?
>>"It's all fun and games till someone losses [sic] an eye"
>Derek Noonan, Analyst/Programmer, Clarus Corporation
>Telephone: +353 61 338400
>Direct line: +353 61 201166
>Email: noonand at ie.claruscorp.com>> -----Original Message-----
>From: Ronan Kirby [mailto:ronan at kirby.ie]
>Sent: 14 March 2001 13:22
>To: Adam Lock
>Cc: cork at linux.ie>Subject: Re: [CLUG] Network appliance style PCs for sale?
>>Aye, Pc-Pro have 'em.
>>They use them to make those "internet in a box" thingies for
>>I dunno if it had a CD Rom, but you can always do an FTP install from
>another box or a network install. I think Donncha had one?!?
>>Adam Lock wrote:
>>>> Does anyone know if it's possible to buy a bare-bones PC in a video
>> recorder style casing which is fanless? I'm looking for something to
>> replace a noisy p133 which I'm currently using as a router. As such it
>> needs to have a spare PCI slot to stick the ISDN card in, a CDROM (to
>> install Linux) and an ethernet port.
>> Adam Lock - locka at iol.ie>>>> _______________________________________________
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