[UFO Chicago] Re: Solaris 10?
inkblot at movealong.org
Thu Feb 3 15:34:45 CST 2005
Larry Garfield said this (probably recently):
> Nate Riffe wrote:
> >>Cobalt is a decent example. Talk about a great idea: have a small,
> >>headless linux box that does VPN, mail, web, print serving, file serving
> >>ala Samba and just about anything else. Your tiny office could use it and
> >>support it themselves for the most part.
> >>Sun bought it and then totally screwed it up. It is no more.
> >>Any decent linux distros that do this? I remember finding one a few years
> >>ago, but it was bought by a telecom company and deprecated until it died.
> >Let's make one. I'm only half-kidding.
> Complete with hardware, or just a software distribution? I'm be
> surprised if someone hadn't already made the latter.
Sure let's do hardware, I could probably prototype a mini-ITX based
black box system for under $1000.
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