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Compact Debian-based server adds router

As with the original ARM-based Bubba Server, which shipped in January 2007 and subsequently garnered at least one glowing review, the Bubba Two is a highly customizable, general-purpose server appliance.
Read the announcement here


The Bubba Two's specs include:
Processor — 333MHz Freescale MPC8313E PowerQUICC II (PowerPC)

Memory — 256MB DDR2

Storage — 0GB, 80GB, 500GB, or 1TB SATA hard drive

Storage expansion — 2 x eSATA ports

Networking — 2 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports

USB — 2 x USB 2.0 (480Mbps)

Router — 1 x router with firewall

General servers — file (HTTP, Samba, FTP, SCP), print (CUPS), Fetchmail, Email (Dovecot, Postfix), Web (Lighthttpd), DNS, DHCP

Media servers — UPnP (Mediatomb), ITunes (Firefly/DAAP/Soundbridge)

Other software — Torrent/HTTP/FTP downloader; Horde webmail client; SSH connection to internal Linux

Dimensions — 4.5 x 1.8 x 7.0 inches (11.5 x 4.5 x 18.5 cm)

Power consumption — 7-12 Watts

Operating system — Debian Etch (Linux 2.6)

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