Hardware

The Ultimate Linux Box

We packed unbelievable power in a tank case and added all the trimmings for less than $4,000. more>>

The HAL Project

Discovering local artists through Zeroconf. more>>

An Automated Reliable Backup Solution

Creating an unattended, encrypted, redundant, network backup solution using Linux, Duplicity and COTS hardware. more>>

Do-It-Yourself Robots with Linux

Linux-based robots are tricky to create, but Michael Surran's Robotics class found out it can be done. more>>

Do-It-Yourself Robots with Linux

Linux-based robots are tricky to create, but Michael Surran's Robotics class found out it can be done. more>>

The Ultimate Multimedia Center(s)

The Ultimate Multimedia Center actually slides in under a million dollars. more>>

The Ultimate Linux Desktop

Puget Custom Computers packs a lot of power into our Ultimate Linux Desktop. more>>

The Ultimate Do-It-Yourself Linux Box

Start with the ultimate AMD64 motherboard and build on it to create a masterpiece of your own. more>>

Project Utopia

Users—what will they plug in next? Robert is making the computer make sense of hardware, so you don't have to. more>>

EOF - Inside the Ultimate Linux Box 2005

Turning the pages of this magazine makes more noise than this year's Ultimate Linux Box does. more>>

Ultimate Linux Box 2005

Some people wanted us to build a big powerful SMP system. Some people wanted us to build a silent machine that would be good for audio. So we did both. more>>

Testing and Building with the New gumstix SBCs, Part 1

Checking back in with gumstix's expanding product line to see if the original concerns have been addressed and what's possible now with the waysmall modules. more>>
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