[News] [Linux] Another Home Server Makes Its Debut, Runs GNU/Linux

[News] [Linux] Another Home Server Makes Its Debut, Runs GNU/Linux

Post by Roy Schest » Sat, 26 May 2007 12:04:51


Multipurpose home server gains power, features

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| Quad Micro Works is prepping a second release of its Linux-based
| multipurpose home network, gateway, and server appliance. The new
| "Square One Personal Server" will integrate an 802.11g access point,
| along with a 4-port router and file, print, and Web servers.
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Compelling Linux server slithers into the open

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| Given the compact size of the Slug (it's smaller than most of
| the hard disk enclosures that plug into it), the low power
| consumption and the range of software available, it makes for
| a pretty compelling little Linux server, particularly for
| developers.
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Hardware Review: Bubba - The Linux-Based Mini Server

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| Microsoft would like you to think that their new Home Server products
| are something new; affordable devices that sit quietly in the corner
| of your home, providing network backup for your most important files,
| and streaming your media around your home. While Home Server is
| definitely a new approach for Microsoft, it's a niche that their
| nemesis Linux has been filling for some time. If Microsoft wanted
| a masterclass on how to craft their latest *** of consumers'
| homes, they should look to Excito and their Bubba Mini Server.
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Server device deemed "best Linux-based product"

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| Bubba is a compact, fanless server appliance with an internal hard
| drive up to 500GB, a 200MHz ARM processor, and a fully customizable
| Debian Linux operating system.
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Compact, fanless home server runs Debian Linux

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| A small company in Sweden is shipping a low-power, ultra-quiet
| Linux file and print server based on Debian Linux. Excito's
| "Bubba" is based on a 200MHz ARM processor, and comes equipped
| with 80GB to 500GB drives plus a customizable OS featuring a
| handy torrent/http/ftp download manager.
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