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Re: Power savings and trusting Linux firewall

 On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 11:27:52AM -0400, Don Levey wrote: 
> It *is* a cool idea, though - I'm searching for installation how-to pages 
> right now.  I've never done anything without a keyboard and monitor before, 
> so this should be fun. 

Yeah, these boxes are a lot of fun. I use 'voyage linux' on it - which is 
debian etch based ( It's dead easy to put on a CF 
card, which then boots the alix just fine. All you need is a serial port to 
get console output from the alix. 

For the record - if you want an alix with VGA/keyboard, you can look at the 
alix.1c. Netgate does not sell it, but there are other vendors in the US that 

And the alix.1c can run coreboot (formerly LinuxBIOS). I hope that the 
alix.2c3 will be able to run coreboot soon-ish too, they are very similar. 


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