World's Smallest Web Server is running LinuxJan 25, 1999, 02:48 (3 Talkback[s])
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"... today we can fit the extensive software needed to drive a World Wide Web server into a computer the size of a box of matches."
"It is Jumptec's DIMM-PC, a single-board AMD 486-SX computer with a 66 MHz CPU, 16 MB RAM, and 16 MB flash ROM, big enough to hold a useful amount of RedHat 5.2 Linux including the HTTP daemon that runs the web server. At relatively low usage levels it consumes 800 milliwatts from a 5V power supply, rising to 2 watts at 100% CPU usage."
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