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Any idea on use of a AOpen DE35-hd tiny computer?


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#1 Ravenbar

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Posted 11 March 2017 - 04:22 PM

http://www.aopen.com/au/shop/products/digital-engine-de35-hd

 

The one was originally a Symon SDA-905r2. Basically designed as a system to power digital signage boards. Originally was running enmbedded Windows 7.

 

Recently came across this little thing. Equipped with an Kingston ssdnow 200 120Gb ssd. I've upgraded it to 8Gb of ram. Has AMD Embedded G-series CPU T56N (1.6GHz), Dual Core, TDP 18W processor. And integrated AMD Radeon HD 6310 (B0 version) graphics.

 

 

I had is set up as a NAS with FreeNas, but I found I wasn't using it so removed it from service. If I was to set it up again, I'd first like to locate a 2.5" 1Tb HDD and swap out the SSD for the HDD. FreeNas would run off a flash drive, as is recommended. I work in a facilityy that collects ewaste but haven't found but (1) 2.5" 1Tb drive and a gave that away before I found this.

 

Looking for another use for this little thing.

 

Would make a perfect wireless router(with integrated NAS) other than it only has 1 ethernet port and I need at least 2 for my main systems(Primary: John, running Linux Mint 17.3, and a Windows 7 that I play games on and use for Sketchup.) I see no way to add another ethernet port due to the form factor and using a seperate switch makes it no better than my current setup.

 

 

 

 


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