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Indian-language mini PC runs Debian

A Canadian start-up has started shipping a compact, fanless PC pre-installed with a lightweight Debian Linux OS said to support all major Indian languages.
Read about it at LinuxDevices


Storage is provided by a removable 1GB CompactFlash card, which users can expand by purchasing a larger CF card, or adding a 2.5-inch hard drive to the enclosure. Additionally, the Chimp appears to work with a “virtual disk” service that adds network storage capabilities. The storage appears to be hosted on Thinteknix servers, with Web access provided by the Relay directory manager.

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