Flutterby™!: Via Eden

Next unread comment / Catchup all unread comments User Account Info | Logout | XML/Pilot/etc versions | Long version (with comments) | Weblog archives | Site Map | | Browse Topics

What

This is my first attempt at trying to build a Wiki-like knowledge base on top of the Flutterby content management system.

This is a place for explanation, description and static links on a topic that's either too broad to be covered under a single link, or that you're just too lazy to find the real link to.

Entries are automatically generated.

Via Eden - fanless small x86 motherboard.

by:Dan Lyke [edit history] started: 2003-04-07 21:40:09.687965+00 updated: 2003-07-18 20:48:27.959161+00

There's the Via Eden product pages

I'm using the little 7"x7" motherboards with four USB ports, serial, parallel, USB keyboard and mouse, VGA and S-Video out, standard sound card and SPDIF audio, two RAM slots and two IDE busses, as motor controllers for a motion control system at work, and to build various projects, including a media center, at home. I bought these from iDot Computing, and think they're the coolest devices I've played with in a long time. As of this writing they go for about $100 for the bare board, and are great running Linux[Wiki].

See CompactFlash Linux Install for Embedded Applications[Wiki] for how to configure a minimal Linux[Wiki] install to run off a CompactFlash[Wiki] card.

Lots of Flutterby entries in the topic Embedded Devices - Via Eden.


Flutterby™ is a trademark claimed by

Dan Lyke
for the web publications at www.flutterby.com and www.flutterby.net.