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Old 25th September 2008
chris chris is offline
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Default Cheap, FreeBSD compatible mini PC?

Hi all,
I've been scouting around for a mini-pc to be used in my home as a sort of FreeBSD test server. I administer 3-4 remote, live FreeBSD servers and as such I often come across problems that can't easily be solved without disrupting the other users on the system. I can't afford to rent a remote server specifically for testing and even though I run FreeBSD on my home computer I'd still love to have a neat little server hidden away somewhere that I can SSH to to run kernel patches and such. Wow, how geeky do I sound?

Anyway.. I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a mini pc (something not much bigger than a standard internal CD/DVD drive) that will definitely run FreeBSD without hardware configuration problems and which is around £300-400

Many thanks,


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