clae13 at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 5 23:24:31 EST 2001
hey, who needs a hard drive?
Linux Router Project (LRP) n.
A networking-centric micro-distribution of Linux.
LRP is small enough to fit on a single 1.44MB floppy disk, and makes
building and maintaining routers, access servers, thin servers, thin clients,
network appliances, and typically embedded systems next to trivial.
There are other similar distros - has anyone had experience using one of these?
>-->"Chris" == Chris Hocking <hocking at planet.net.au> writes:
> Chris> All you need to do is put a power supply, motherboard (with a
> Chris> few cards in it), and a small 200MB harddrive in a box (not
>well, i'd rather put the box on the mast and run ether to my switch
>than run RF cabling for 25m. decent coax is *not* cheap. and if i
>can get away with not having a spinning disc and a fan, i'd be happier
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