[LAU] Success! An Asus EEE softsynth!

andy baxter andy at earthsong.free-online.co.uk
Thu Feb 5 12:21:59 EST 2009

Ken Restivo wrote:
> No prob. Sometimes I wonder if my purpose in life is to serve as a warning to others.
> Speaking of which: I was able to sell the OpenMoko at a $20 loss-- not too bad for a week's worth of hacking/testing. The mini-ITX I bought is going to end up at a friend's studio, as his new shiny 64Studio Linux box, to supplement (and hopefully eventually replace) his old G4 Mac ProTools setup.
> I will be re-reading the recent thread here about Silent PC's: I need an enclosure for the mini-ITX studio machine, and also a silent SATA or E-SATA hard drive for it.

If you want a mini-itx enclosure with a character display, this one 
might be worth looking at:

I was thinking of getting one to use as a home web/file server, but have 
decided to get a second hand NSLU2
instead, and put debian on it.


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