[chbot] Low power PC/Device for linux..
rjtp at ihug.co.nz
Wed Nov 7 01:57:38 GMT 2007
There is an interesting white paper from Sandisk about wear levelling in
I was considering the use of one of these little atngw100 cards to serve
the ChchRobotics site, but an easier solution is imminent...
You could try Haserl (Dynamic Web content in 20K) in lieu of AMP.
Chris Hellyar wrote:
> Not what I was looking for, but a cool looking device....
> I'm committed to running LAMP on it, so a SD card would take a bit of a
> hammering, and probably suffer from shrinkage after not too long.
> I prototyped this project on an old 486-66 laptop motherboard mounted on
> MDF. The chap who made the wind turbine has come back and basically
> said "Liked that solution, want more". I thought it would never go
> anywhere, so I didn't think about actually having to make it a reliable
> solution. :-).
> On Mon, 2007-11-05 at 13:30 +1300, Richard Jones wrote:
>> The atmel atngw100 does not quite meet your spec, but runs linux, costs
>> about $125NZ from John McLean at Avnet in Sheffield Crescent,Chch. You
>> can use the SD flash card interface for storage. See:
>> Richard Jones
>> Chris Hellyar wrote:
>>> I'm looking for a local supplier of a PC/device suitable for use as an
>>> industrial data l
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