[ARMedslack] Which devices use ARM?

John O'Donnell unixjohn1969 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 17 16:21:24 UTC 2010

A man who owns his own company wanted me to create a web site for him. I
whipped up something simple but where to host it cheaply? Upon examining his
home network, I sold him a sheeva plug and set it up with slackware and
configured the networkso that the sheeva plug became the router. He used to
be confined to just only one PC on at a time. I set up NAT on the sheeva so
he can use as much as he wants. Web server and router all in one with only 2
watts of power.

I use a guru plug at home that adds wireless access point functionality,
eSata, bluetooth etc and I use it as my wireless AP for my droid phone as
this was my first wireless device.

Attach a hard drive and you have a NAS device.

The are plenty of uses.

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On Jun 17, 2010 12:09 PM, "Graeme Wolfendale" <gwolfendale at gmail.com> wrote:

Hi, I have had a look at the SheevaPlug, and it looks interesting for
hobbyists, but beyond this, what is it for ? Maybe I am just being short
sighted but it seems to have no useful function...


On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 4:37 PM, Brian Kelley <linuxxr at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The Openmoko Freerunn...
Graeme Wolfendale
Technical Director
solarscroller limited UK

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