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Old 19th October 2009
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Default OpenBSD 4.5 on ASUS EeeBox 202

Hi all,
I'm planning to install OpenBSD on the Eee Box 202. I would like to "build" a home server with the usual services (ftp, ssh, openvpn, proxy, svn,etc.etc.), and remembering my past experiences with an old biprocessor pIII500 and OpenBSD, i thought about this wonderful os.

Have anyone tried yet? Any particular problems with hardware detection/configuration?
I've read few newsgroup posts about some problems with networking hardware (wireless in particular).
But i couldn't find much information about it, so i decided to write here.
Thanks in advance.

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