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Build the ultimate Linux box.
Hardware you can live with means a machine that is stable, easy to troubleshoot and inexpensive to maintain. It should be small and low-maintenance enough to live beside your desk, not some liquid-cooled monstrosity. It should be, in short, a PC--a gold-plated hot rod of a PC but a PC nevertheless. Other important aspects of livability are the levels of emitted acoustic noise and heat; we'll be minimizing both.
 read more | score:7652 | -Ray, February 17, 2001 (Updated: February 28, 2003)
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