On Wed, 2004-02-11 at 22:28, Ladislav Cisar wrote:
> > Yeah, but they usually have non-x86 CPUs (like Motorola etc.) and use
> > custom software (that you can't get for free) which has been written
> > especially for that platform. Some of them use uCLinux, which we can't
> > beat in terms of CPU and RAM requirements with what is essentially a
> > stock FreeBSD system that has only been stripped of any unnecessary
> > components. But IMHO it's more flexible.
> Some of them use the ARM7 or 9 processor. I thought it is processor that
> can run linux based systems.
> The CF card cannot be used as a swap medium ?
CF as swap - not unless you have an endless supply of CF cards, and like
swapping them out every few weeks.
> BTW- Via Epia TC is going to be sell to public
Oh yay - single NIC. Useless for your average router/firewall.
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