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.
>Then 5M for m0n0wall is enough :0
>>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.
>there are multiple versions of the muvo. There's a 512M one, a 1.5G one,
and a 4G one.
Btw, they've changed the specs on the 4G versions now, so that you can't
use them in cameras.
> If all logs are lost on power down does this cause any
> problems on the next startup.
>if logs are lost, no. There are some important files, but the log files
> I assume RAM disk, RAM drive are the same thing they
> both use ram to create a virtual drive ???
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