Sunday, June 20, 2010

LBK Post 011 Gigabit Ethernet Bridge Allows 15 USB Devices Anywhere on your LAN

Here's a useful little device for your smart home set-up.  An Ethernet bridge that allows you to connect your USB devices at any remote location on your LAN.  The interface has 2 x USB 2.0 ports and a gigabit Ethernet socket.

Yes it is Only compatible with Windows and Mac, but as most of you should know, Mac is basically FreeBSD, so that's why it's Here at LBK.

And I'm sure some of you are running Windows or Mac (or both) in
Virtualized space.


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PIX: HP2133 Mini-Note Netbook

How Many Different Linux Distros 
can You Run on One
HP2133 Mini-Note Netbook?

Mint 9
 Fedora 13

Simply Mephis 8.5

Mandriva 2010.1

Open Suse 11.3

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