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April 26, 2004

mini GNU/Linux distro for the Via EPIA boards

freepia
Yea! Now I will have something to do with my M-10000 once my thesis is done ;-)
From the site:
Freepia is a small GNU/Linux distribution designed to run on Via Epia-M Mainboards. It currently runs on the M-9000 and M-10000 (ezra and nehemiah cpu) but with some modifications like kernel and X11 modules it should run on others too. (if someone has get it running on other Epia•s let me know). The main motivation behind this project is to build a full featured, low noise media box to play movies/mp3s/images etc. For this it uses freevo but in the future there maybe support for others like mythtv or vdr.

Posted by vanevery at 08:32 PM

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Comments

Hi,

How did things go, building a media box based on EPIA boards.

What distro do yo use and what is the performance.

Drop me some lines please.

Regards,

Jos Scheelen
ICT Coord KA Geel Belgium

Posted by: Jos Scheelen at December 17, 2005 03:32 AM