The architectural setup
The following list I want to connect to my eSATA SheevaPlug:
- Flashdisk 4 GB SDHC class 4 (for the Debian root filesystem)
- Eexternal USB or eSATA hard-disk 2GB or 4GB (for datastorage and variable data)
- Network cable (supplied in kit)
- miniUSB cable for serial access to the SheevaPlug (supplied in kit)
- power cord (supplied in kit)
I ordered the eSata SheevaPlug at New IT in the UK and received it 4 days later in the Netherlands.
Here are some photos of the SheevaPlug, the box with all contents.
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And that, I was curious about the quality of my SheevaPlug. Therefore I needed to break the warranty seal.
The solution that I would choose this moment is the CuBox, it is not available in every country yet.
If it is available, it will be added to the list.
I am using the Linksys NSLU2 with SlugOS installed. See my posts in Dutch about the NSLU2 arjanwooning.nl/tag/nslu2/.
To display this temperature in Gnome, start application:
System -> Administration -> NVIDIA X Server Settings
The GPU temperature can be found in menu: GPU 0 -> Thermal Settings
Here you see the Core Temperature of the GPU
On the command line, it is possible to see the GPU temperature with the following command:
# nvidia-settings -c :0 -tq GPUCoreTemp
The Fritz!Box Fon series from the manufacturer AVM contains VPN capabilities. VPN is build in since firmware version 58.04.67.
By using VPN, it is possible to connect to your home or office network in a safe and secure way. With this VPN connection it is possible to access your file server, network printer(s) etc. You can access all network devices and servers, like you can do when you are at home or in the office.