Citat Justin Mason <jm at jmason.org>:
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>>> Martin List-Petersen writes:
> > Citat Justin Mason <jm at jmason.org>:
> > > A friend passed on a nifty new product; fast, low-power, all-in-one
> > > 80mm x 20mm x 8mm, running Linux 2.6.x with uClibc. They support MMC
> > > for the filesystem -- up to 256Mb.
> > >
> > > http://www.gumstix.com/> > >
> > > The boards start at $109, and the "waysmall" cased version is $139.
> > > Looks pretty nifty for small-scale hardware hacking...
> > Quite nifty, they are just missing one important thing: a NIC. There is a
> > port, that might be used for networking instead, but that isn't really a
> > solution, so for the price i would tend to buy a pcengines wrap.
>> Yeah, apparently the USB networking works fine (and is pretty much the
> std way to develop with the board at least).
>> Got a URL for the pcengines thingy?
It's a board mainly designed as platform for router or wlan ap, but quite useful
for other stuff, too.
It's a bit bigger, though. 1 to 3 lan connection, 1 or 2 minipci, serial,
compactflash, 233 or 266 mhz Geode CPU, 64 MB ram.
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