"The 'Slug' has gained much-improved Linux support, thanks to a
new Debian installer that targets the device. The first release
candidate of the debian-installer for Debian's forthcoming 'Etch'
distribution was released yesterday, offering nearly complete
support to the Linksys $99 NSLU2 NAS gadget.
"The NSLU2, aka 'Slug,' is a sub-$100 device based on an Intel
IXP4xx processor, a chip first ported to Linux by SnapGear. Linksys
markets the device as an inexpensive way to turn USB hard drives
into network shares..."
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