In message <2002...@apollo.backplane.com>, Matthew Dillon writes:
I've been investigating the use of PC/104 form factor cpu boards
for a telemetry application. I've found quite a number of vendors
and quite a few cards that appear to run Linux out of the box, and it
would also appear that many of the cards could run FreeBSD fairly
easily too (since most mimic PCs).
Does anyone on this forum have any experience using these sorts of
cards with FreeBSD and could you impart some of your general knowledge
to me? I think the forum would be interested as well.
I have yet to see a PC104 card which didn't support FreeBSD or (MSDOS 3.11
for that matter).
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