Hi BSDers, I need some guidance from you. I need to build a couple of headless machines, and though I have done headless boxen many times, I haven't yet worked with one that had a motherboard that supports a serial console.
I Googled for a bit and found mention of one from Asus (the TR-DLS), but the particular board is a little dated. I would like to have something that could support a proc of at least 2.5Ghz as well as at least 1GB of RAM. On-board IDE RAID would be the clincher. This machine will be running RELENG_4_9, so a track record of stability is highly desirous. I like Intel chipsets, but if you tell me that it is stable, then VIA or SIS or Serverworks will work, too. If you would like to resond to me directly, I can post a summary of the findings later. It's up to you :-) Thanks in advance for your recommendations. -- Mike perl -e 'print unpack("u","88V]N=&%C=\"!I;F9O(&EN(&AE861E<G,*");'
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