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Re: PC/104 and OpenBSD.
Thanks for that.
I know about embsd.org. I was really only using the firewall as an example.
There are other things I would like to try. I'm more concerned about the
compatibility between OpenBSD and PC/104 components. Here in Australia, I
would imagine I am a bit more limited to the range of PC104 components
available compared to elsewhere. I think I can get up to about 300mhz cpu's
& 64 MB RAM in pc104 which I would think is plenty for many OpenBSD uses.
From: Don Cooley [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, 22 February 2002 10:50 AM
To: Craig Hammond
Subject: Re: PC/104 and OpenBSD.
You might want to check out:
Unix Systems/Security Admin
Craig Hammond wrote:
> I am thinking of building a pc based on the PC/104 form factor and
> putting on OpenBSD for a firewall. As PC/104 is basically low powered
> PC componentry on a much smaller form facter, I'm assuming OpenBSD
> would work fine, but was just wonderering if anyone has actually done
> it. I haven't purchased PC/104 components before, so I'm just trying
> to do a bit of investigation before I throw some money at it..