[aprssig] Slightly OT. - shuttles

John Ronan jronan at tssg.org
Wed Mar 22 03:17:38 CST 2006

If I only had time to play with them :)

I've already built a custom Compact Flash Linux for a work project, I  
just need to throw most of it away (i.e. don't need perl and java)  
and I should be at least able to boot this thing.


On 22 Mar 2006, at 00:49, wa7nwp at jnos.org wrote:

>> I've inherited a box of junk, inside were two boxes that claim to be
>> "Internet Shuttle" made by Beacon.  They have a Power Switch and a
>> small LCD display on the front, two serial ports, ethernet, PS/2 and
>> parallel on the back.
>> And a 262MB laptop Hard drive.
>> What I was wondering was if anyone on this list is familiar with the
>> motherboard.  As I was thinking of trying to use one as an I-Gate
>> (subtly bringing it back on topic) if possible, or at least giving
>> them something to do rather than throwing them in the bin.
>> I tried booting the drive in a standard PC and it boots into DOS.
> Sounds perfect for a dual port digi_ned system.
> Bill
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