On Tue, 2002-10-08 at 14:13, John Moylan wrote:
> Hmm, speaking of cheap machines etc, has anyone tried this sort of
> thing: http://www.mini-itx.com/projects/humidor64/ ? or more importantly
> has anyone had any positive/negative experiences with the Via mini-itx
> boards/via c3 processors.
> I recall a thread last year about building a custom MP3/CD/Game/vcd
> recorder machine, these systems seem to hit the mark. Also, I need to
> build a new box, and I was thinking about something that would be as
> unobtrusive as possible in my living room;)
The forums there are very informative, and there is also more info on
using linux on the mini ITX boards at http://linitx.org/.
A couple of the autopc projects make interesting reading in this regard:
http://thisstrife.com/ but most of them seem to use windows for some
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