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Awesome Tux-shaped PC (Server)

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Italian embedded software specialist KDev is shipping Linux-based firmware for a tiny RISC-based SBC (single-board computer) available with a Tux-shaped case. Kdev's FoxServe firmware for the Acme Fox SBC provides a dynamic web server environment, including Apache, PHP, SQLite, SSL/TLS security, and Web-dav.
The whole system board is but a mere 2.6 x 2.8-inches (66 x 72mm) in size! In that tiny space is packed 4MB of flash and 16MB of RAM, Axis's Etrax 100LX, a highly integrated system-on-chip with a 32-bit 100 MIPS (million-instructions-per-second) RISC core, on-chip controllers for 10/100 Mbit Ethernet, four high speed serial ports, two USB ports for both host and device, IDE, SCSI, and two IEEE-1284 "fast" parallel ports. That's an impressive list! All this inside a super cool tux shaped case... what more could you want? Read more @ Linux Devices.com.
You can get the board in the case from ACME systems.
And here's some more info on the Tux case :-)
posted by linnerd40, Tuesday, March 06, 2007


4 Comments:

Plug me up the spine! (See photos)

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: )
Yes, the RJ-45 Port isn't in the most... "convenient" location either :D

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