Joseph L. Casale wrote: > I am looking for something that I can hack away like a NSLU2 but that thing only has one disc > and worst of all its 100m interface. Anyone know of a device you can load Linux on that has > maybe 2 discs like a NAS200 with a gig nic? I need a quiet device to act as a tftp-dhcp/web/dns > system. The problem I see with going the all-in-one NAS route is that down the road, there's always some function you'd like to add - but you can't. You've hit the limitations of the box. > > I thought of just building one from a new Soekris board, or even a mini itx but hope there was > something simpler/cheaper. > Or even micro-ATX. I saw recently that AMD came out with a clocked-down Athlon. The total package wattage was projected to be lower than Intel's Atom. If I can find that link . . . . . . . . here it is: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/Atom-Athlon-Efficient,1997.html -- Toby Bluhm Alltech Medical Systems America, Inc.