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Comment: Norhtec MicroClients and derivatives are probably a good target, too, due to their very small formfactor
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  * 2.0 Ghz ARMv5 CPU(Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)   * 2.0 Ghz ARMv5 CPU (Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)
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  * Replaceable 120 GB Internal 1.8 esata drive or 160 GB, 2.5 esata drive(depending on the Vendor). The 2.5 drive is most economical and replaceable without any additional tools.   * Replaceable 120 GB Internal 1.8 esata drive or 160 GB, 2.5 esata drive (depending on the Vendor). The 2.5 drive is most economical and replaceable without any additional tools.
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  * 1.2 Ghz ARMv5 CPU(Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)   * 1.2 Ghz ARMv5 CPU (Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)
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 * [[http://www.open-rd.org/|Open-RD]]

Target Hardware

  • Plug Computer 3.0
    • 2.0 Ghz ARMv5 CPU (Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)
    • 512 MB Nand Flash
    • Integrated Marvell WiFi and Bluetooth, both work in accesspoint mode or client mode.

    • Replaceable 120 GB Internal 1.8 esata drive or 160 GB, 2.5 esata drive (depending on the Vendor). The 2.5 drive is most economical and replaceable without any additional tools.
    • Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0
  • ?SheevaPlug/GuruPlug

    • 1.2 Ghz ARMv5 CPU (Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281)
    • 512 MB Nand Flash
    • Integrated Marvell WiFi and Bluetooth, both work in accesspoint mode or client mode.

    • Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0
    • Some hardware revisions of the Guruplug had heat issues.
  • NSLU2
    • Discontinued?
  • Fonera 2.0n

    • Slow and very limited memory (64MB)
  • FitPC

  • ALIX and Soekris boards

  • MicroClient (VESA mounting format case) and derivatives (German only page for now, sorry)

  • Generic i386/amd64 PCs or any general purpose computer should also be to run the Freedombox OS, but they are not the primary targets
  • Open-RD