[CentOS] Via Eden
TimJowers at Yahoo.Com
timjowers at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 16 15:37:13 UTC 2007
Yes, CentOS 4.2 runs fine. kernel compile of 2.6.18 something took about 80
minutes. Versus comparables of 30 minutes for a recent desktop. The mini-itx
fanless box is neat but slow by today's terms. Not usable except for a
specific, low load service IMO. Maybe playing MP3's in your car? Also see the
DSL hadware offering.
--- John Summerfield <debian at herakles.homelinux.org> wrote:
> Kamill S wrote:
> > John R Pierce schrieb:
> >>thats not what I'd call a 'server' by any stretch, its a mini-ITX
> >>motherboard, typically used in embedded systems. As I understand
> >>it, those 1.2GHz "Eden" CPUs perform comparably to a 450Mhz Pentium
> >>II, have very slow memory and IO bandwidth, don't support ECC memory
> >>(mandatory for any server in my book) and have very limited IO expansion.
> >>I suppose it really matters what this "server" is expected to do..
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> >>CentOS at centos.org
> > Sorry, I forgot to tell that this server act as a fileserver for 7
> > windows clients. Also BackupPC should run on it.
> Sounds fine to me. Via does have some more.
> Everythinglinux.com.au sells them here, for Linux. You might peruse its
> I think JP lives in another world, one with bigger networks and bigger
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