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From: wireless <wireless@...>
Subject: NSLU2 as a DNS server
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2006 11:38:22 -0400
Hello,

It looks to me as though the NSLU2 (32 meg of ram) is short on
ram to act as a DNS primary/secondary server on a small single
static IP network.

1. Is there anyone that has successfully put more than 32 M of
ram on a NSLU2 device? Anyone know where I can purchase one
with at least 128 if not 256M ram?

http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/FattenYourSlug


2. Would there be any problem installing DJBDNS on this this
device? Would any of the other necessary software for a DNS
primary, be a problem?

3. Any other c library issues in running one of these computers
as a dns server?

4. I found this link:
http://gentoo-wiki.com/HARDWARE_Linksys_NSLU2

any other useful links for low_cost  gentoo(embedded-gentoo)
computers that have sufficient resources to be a dns server
for a small network, are of interest to me.

curiously,

James


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