[Nottingham] USB LiveDistros Persistance (or, Going Diskless)
Chris at 7of9b.org
Thu Aug 28 11:03:57 UTC 2008
> I'm not at all worried about performance so no worries about the C3
> being 32-bit i386/i486/i586.
It's not performance thats the issue, you can't run some distributions
(kernels) on them as they're compiled for later processors with cmov IIRC.
> The unionfs/tmpfs idea is neat and gives good scope. The WRAP board
> looks rather neat, but how much? I've already got the C3...
If you already have the C3 and it does what you need I'd stick with it
unless you have the desire to spend cash ;)
The WRAP has been replaced by the ALIX (I normally get my stuff from
http://linitx.com/ but I'm sure there are other places to look).
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