Or one of these MIMO 7" USB Touch-Screen Monitor
@ICT_GUY: Something else that just occured to me for your purposes is a server in a plug... e.g TonidoPlug - Tiny, Low Power, Low Cost, Linux Home Server | Access your files, music and media from anywhere or PlugServer - can't beat that for small form factor can you?
@EduTech: Do you really need the distraction of a computer in your car?
BTW I fixed the FTP login problem. It was to do with reverse lookups and logging of users, I edited the config file for proftp and now its instant log in and file transfer.
Last edited by ICT_GUY; 17th March 2010 at 10:48 AM.
this ones better..
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2x Gb Ethernet, 2 x USB 2.0, 1x eSATA @ 3Gb/s SATAII, 1x MicroSD Slot
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Drawing under 5 Watts of power, this little palm-sized powerhouse can handle all your biggest tasks while still saving about 96% on energy costs when compared to the average 175 Watt desktop computer.
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You can never have enough storage, not to mention fast access to all that data... That's why we have provided Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.O and eSATA connection options to the Server line of products. Go ahead give us what you got, we can take it.
Interchangeable US, UK, or Euro Power Adapter
Ethernet (cat 5) Cable
CD Containing Software and Documentations
Technical data sheet
GuruPlug-Server & GuruPlug-ServerPLUS….Can now be purchased and shipment starting from April 2010.
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These little server look to be a lot of fun.
My little notebook is running wordpress like its on fire. Its so much quicker to work on than a live system.
Intel 945GC MITX/MATX Atom330 DDR2 (BOXD945GCLF2D) - dabs.com
I found this, its micro atx so cheap cases here I come. Also this http://rudd-o.com/en/linux-and-free-...live-usb-drive.
With a case board and half a gig of ram and a fast 8 gig memory stick, total cost would be around the £100 mark. That's pretty impressive for a dedicated webserver that should be whisper quiet and very low power.
Or this if you like you life easy http://www.pendrivelinux.com/univers...easy-as-1-2-3/
Last edited by ICT_GUY; 18th March 2010 at 12:12 PM.
I have used the above utility, I now have Ubunto on a USB stick that is both lightening fast and persistent and it wont hammer the stick.
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