On 20 Mar 2009, at 22:09, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I'd prefer a much smaller, lighter machine using less energy,
> but I don't see any servers along those lines.
If your goal is low energy, then you need to forget about conventional
PCs and get some kind of home NAS such as a Buffalo Linkstation. Not
about wake on lan support in these but if your reason to use wake on lan
is to save power, be aware that these small NAS devices use much less
than a regular PC anyway.
Of course, you haven't said what you want the box to do, and it may be
a NAS doesn't have the power for your needs, but if it does, it might
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