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Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I'm thinking of getting an ITX server,
> mainly to use less electricity.
> Any advice on what to get?
NSLU2. Least power consuming Linux device you can get most likely.
Add a 4Gb USB memstick and you are done.
But that probably does not satisfy all your requirements :)
> My main requirement is reliability,
> as it will be in a remote site.
> I'd like it to run Linux without too many complications.
What are the exact requirement?
- - What is your budget?
- - What OS will it run?
- - What is it going to run?
- - How much traffic is it going to do?
- - How much storage space does it need?
- - Does it need RAID or so for reliability?
Details... details :)
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