On Tuesday 27 July 2004, tiger98 at iol.ie (Philip Creevy) wrote:
>The general concensus is that 4GB is to big and 512MB would be loads.
>This box would be headless so no GUI would be needed.
>I was not planning on running squid on this box.
>>>From the research I did on the MUVO it does use
>flash and this is causing the supplier a problem
>as people are breaking them to get the cheap memory.
Well, the manufacturer thinks that it contains a hard disk but I suppose it
could be wrong - http://www.creative.com/products/product.asp?prodid=9743
But I have heard of people buying them just to get the disks, as you can't buy
the disk retail for anything close to that price. But I fail to see why that
would cause a problem for the supplier - more sales is usually NOT counted as
>If all logs are lost on power down does this cause any
>problems on the next startup.
Not unless the system has crashed and you're relying on using the logs to try
to see what happened.
>I assume RAM disk, RAM drive are the same thing they
>both use ram to create a virtual drive ???
Different words for the same concept.
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