Linux headless with PC Engines ALIX

Mathias Weidner
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This book is about small computers, that work continuously and unattended, that do not have a keyboard or display, that are there and do for what they were built. That won't be shut down, instead get powered off at the utmost.

And above all this book is about how to build such a thing.

This is a translation of the german book "Linux kopflos - mit PC Engines ALIX"

 

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Mathias Weidner
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Published on
Oct 31, 2013
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174
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9781291599619
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English
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Computers / General
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