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Re: Power savings and trusting Linux firewall

 On Sat, Mar 29, 2008 at 06:09:57PM -0700, Ask Bjørn Hansen wrote: 
> Yes indeed, like on the Soekris boards then there are minipci on all the PC 
> Engines boards, too. 
> Alix.1c isn't really appropriate for network applications, in my opinion. 

I agree - it's got vga out! No need for that :) And it's a bit bigger than 
the others. This one is more appropriate for a thin client I think. 

>>> a better RS-232 port, 
>> Uhm - better how? 9 pins exposed to an external serial connector, 
>> 115200bps - 
>> does it get better than that? 
> I must admit I didn't try it, but the documentation says that the DCD pin 
> doesn't work.  For some applications that's needed.  The Soekris boards 
> also, in the standard configuration, have a second serial port on the 
> board. 

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