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Full Debian in just 20 cubic centimeters!

Postby Dutch_Master » Thu Feb 17, 2011 3:24 am

Yes, that's right, you've read that correctly: this device houses a fully working Debian dev-environment in less space then a luxury DVD case :o

Point thy browser to https://www.ledato.de/shop_content.php? ... anguage=en

Bazza, eat your heart out!! :D (and any other readers keen on getting their hands on cheap (-ish) hardcore hardware ;)) The starterkit (aka developer bundle) retails at less then 200 Euro.

Dimensions (NanosG20 Linux SBC)
* 100 x 79.8 x 16 mm

(SBC: Single Board Computer)

With the given hardware and onboard tools, I think it's definitely feasible for someone to create an SATA interface (hardware and driver) to access an SSD. Imagine the possibilities.... :mrgreen:
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Postby LeeNukes » Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:02 pm

Just a shame its so expensive.
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Postby Bazza » Thu Feb 17, 2011 6:22 pm

Hi LeeNukes...

> Just a shame its so expensive.

To those that want it, price is no object, 200 Euros is hardly breaking
the bank for hardcore metal bangers.

AND, as DM has pointed out, it isn`t aimed at you but more at me;
hence the RS232 and 485 ports.

Of great use to me but probably useless to you.

<from_the_web>
Interfaces (internal)

* 2-channel 10-bit ADC
* 1 x TWI (I²C compatible)
* 2 x SPI
* Up to 3 USART (TTL)
* Up to 20 digital I/O ports
* DBGU (TTL)
</from_the_web>

2 x 10 bit ADCs is OK, doesn`t give sps rating but will
probably be as good as a decent sound card...

BUT the possibility of 1 x high speed 20 bit DAC -- WAY COOL.
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Postby bobthebob1234 » Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:24 pm

See now I just think your stringing random letters together to sound impressive. :D
For certain you have to be lost to find the places that can't be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was
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Postby Rhakios » Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:46 pm

bobthebob1234 wrote:See now I just think your stringing random letters together to sound impressive. :D


You could be right, and I might be interested if it had an HMR42 topside interface with 664rps of JSCAT, but you can't seem to get them anywhere. :D
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Postby heiowge » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:24 pm

Don't forget that it comes with a full R2D2 and C3PO circuitry. All backed up by an impressive THX-1138 and fully supported by a powerful ED209. :lol:
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Postby bobthebob1234 » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:44 pm

So long it doesn't have a hal9000 chip on the top its all ok
For certain you have to be lost to find the places that can't be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was
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Postby Dutch_Master » Fri Feb 18, 2011 2:17 am

Aaww, c'mon guys, give'm a break will'ya? Bazza does stuff you can't do, he should be applauded for it. It just might be a nice how-to article for LXF in the making you know ;)
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Postby nelz » Fri Feb 18, 2011 2:19 am

Dutch_Master wrote:Aaww, c'mon guys, give'm a break will'ya? Bazza does stuff you can't do


Yeah, he uses Windows :P
"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." (Albert Einstein)
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Postby Dutch_Master » Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:09 am

So do you, especially in summer :P Or are you willing to admit you've replaced all those with French doors to prevent having to operate windows ;) :roll: :mrgreen:
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Postby Rhakios » Fri Feb 18, 2011 6:53 am

Dutch_Master wrote:Aaww, c'mon guys, give'm a break will'ya? Bazza does stuff you can't do, he should be applauded for it.


I'd be more grateful if he did the stuff I don't want to do. :P
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Postby Bazza » Fri Feb 18, 2011 7:41 am

Hi Jokers...

My turn for the p*** take now...

DM...

> Aaww, c'mon guys, give'm a break will'ya? Bazza does stuff you can't
> do, he should be applauded for it.

Cheers; I would guess some can, but very few.

> It just might be a nice how-to article for
> LXF in the making you know ;)

I doubt it will make an article at all. The mag seems to be more
interested in the usual run-o-the-mill stuff.

nelz...

> Yeah, he uses Windows :P

Age is catching up as your short term memory is failing... ;o)

Rhakios...

> I'd be more grateful if he did the stuff I don't want to do. :P

Aha, so you have home brew HW/SW in the pipeline?
Care to share with us? ;oO
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Postby nelz » Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:38 am

Bazza wrote:> It just might be a nice how-to article for
> LXF in the making you know ;)

I doubt it will make an article at all. The mag seems to be more
interested in the usual run-o-the-mill stuff.


You never know unless you try. Maybe it's just that there are more willing and able to write the "run-o-the-mill" stuff.

Bazza wrote:> Yeah, he uses Windows :P

Age is catching up as your short term memory is failing... ;o)


Removing it from your laptop a few days ago doesn't count, not unless you also ceremoniously burned the install discs :P
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Postby Bazza » Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:13 pm

Hi nelz...

> You never know unless you try.

Do you think I have not tried?

Nuff said... :(
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Postby Rhakios » Fri Feb 18, 2011 6:12 pm

Bazza wrote:Rhakios...

> I'd be more grateful if he did the stuff I don't want to do. :P

Aha, so you have home brew HW/SW in the pipeline?
Care to share with us? ;oO


No, I was thinking of the ironing (not using a soldering iron) and perhaps, painting some doors, so that I can spend more time relaxing on my week off, next week.
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