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LinuxDevices.com: Honey, I shrunk the Linux system! (in-depth with the CerfCube)

Jun 30, 2001, 23:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jerry Epplin)

The CerfCube is a small (3 inches on each side) cube that holds a StrongARM-based single-board computer running Linux. It's built as a blank slate for OEM's. This article offers some in-depth info on the device.

"The Linux CerfCube comes complete with a Linux kernel and Apache web server, and sells for $379 at quantity one.

The CerfCube is basically a miniature Linux "box" consisting of a StrongARM-based SBC (called a CerfBoard) enclosed in a cast aluminum cube, three inches on a side. Do the math: with a CerfCube, you can fit a complete (networked) Linux system in just 0.015 cubic foot!"

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