From: "Graham Allan" <allan at physics dot umn dot edu>
>> Perhaps we need to start a fresh "Good hardware and sources with prices"
>> thread? Always handy, and changes enough to justify a new one every so
> Don't know if anyone might find this interesting. We recently got a
> linux thin client for testing out. NTA 6010A from www.ntavo.com, $149.
> If you look inside, it seems like it would make an excellent m0n0wall
> system. 433MHz VIA EDEN CPU, 64MB RAM, 64M CF disk, and all the
> standard PC interfaces. It only has one ethernet port, but it does
> (amazingly, I thought) have a single slot PCI riser. The PSU is even
> internal, so no messy power bricks. I haven't tried installing m0n0wall
> on it yet, but I don't see why it wouldn't work.
If you look at the motherboards at http://www.directron.com/miniitxmb.html
you will see the pricing is OK, for some older VIA systems. It will work,
but may be cheaper other ways...