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Hi, everybody,

I've been thinking about giving a lugod talk about linux on the Linksys
NSLU2 embedded server.  Before offering to, though, I thought I'd find
out what sort of interest there would be in this topic. I could go a bit
broader and talk about "linux on consumer-oriented embedded systems", if
that would get more interest, though I would bring an nslu2 to the
meeting.

For those who don't know, the nslu2 is an arm-based linux server about
the size of a pack of cards. It's available cheaply from consumer
electronics stores. The built-in firmware includes linux 2.4 and samba,
but there is a community-based free firmware that turns the nslu2 into a
full-featured gnu/linux system.

-- 
Josh Parsons
Philosophy Department
1238 Social Sciences and Humanities Bldg.
University of California
Davis, CA 95616-8673
USA

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